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  • johnhoptak
    Thanks for you help, troops. David, I do have the TimeLife Series and the Frassanito book. I appreciated your willingness to assist me in my quest. ... books
    Message 1 of 8 , Mar 20, 2006
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      Thanks for you help, troops. David, I do have the TimeLife Series
      and the Frassanito book. I appreciated your willingness to assist me
      in my quest.

      --- In TalkAntietam@yahoogroups.com, "thomasdledward" <nmtdet@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Hello John,
      >
      > There is some additiona information in the TIME LIFE series of
      books
      > about some of these men.
      >
      > I have the complete set and within the "Master Index" book it list
      > Robert H. Anderson in thd following books and pages.....
      > AP 162, 163
      > BR 124-125, 136, 143, 148
      > FI 32
      > TT 110; capitulation by
      > BR 159-161: commands Charleston forts,
      > BR 120; in Fort Sumter defense
      > BR 121-128, 132-141, 147, 149-154, 155, 156-157, 163; and
      surrender demand
      > BR 138-141, 157-159
      >
      > Dwight Morris
      > BD 96
      >
      > I have not read through these particular books to see what is
      stated
      > on these men. These books should be in a publice library, if not,
      let
      > me know and I'll make the time to type out and send you the
      information.
      >
      > As well, anyone wishing, I also own the complete set of "Battles An
      > Leaders Of The Civil War" Volumes I-IV for any quotations/articles
      by
      > any of the officers writing there.
      >
      > I'd also be happy to quote from my copies of "Lanscape Turned Red"
      by
      > Stephen Sears regarding the Battle of Antietam.
      >
      > And will upload scanned images from "Antietam The Photographic
      Legacy
      > of America's Bloddiest Day" by William A. Frassanito. His
      photographs
      > show "then" by Matthew Brady and "now" taken by he and his staff
      for
      > anyone wanting to view the Battlefield comparison photographs.
      >
      > If I can be of further assistance, do let me know.
      >
      > "When I think of what these men suffered and did, I marvel with a
      > wonder which is admiration...We have come here, friends, not for
      > things that die, but for things that cannot die....For human
      History
      > is not a Dead Sea, it is a flowing river..." --Joshua L.
      Chamberlain
      >
      > Best Regards,
      >
      > David Townsend
      >
      > --- In TalkAntietam@yahoogroups.com, "johnhoptak" <johnhoptak@>
      wrote:
      > >
      > > Hello All~
      > > I am new here to this message forum, although I do know a number
      of
      > > you on here. I am searching for information on some of
      Antietam's
      > > forgotten Union leaders; those whom little is known about. I was
      > > hoping someone out there can point me in the direction for
      > > information on the following:
      > >
      > > Albert Magilton (1st Corps)
      > > Robert Anderson (1st Corps)
      > > Dwight Morris (2nd Corps)
      > > Thomas B.W. Stockton (5th Corps)
      > > Peter Allabach (5th Corps)
      > > Henry Stainrook (12th Corps)
      > > William Goodrich (12th Corps)
      > > Andrew McReynolds (Cavalry)
      > >
      > > I have searched through most of the biographical dictionaries of
      the
      > > war's personalities, yet these men are very elusive. What I am
      > > specifically looking for is not so much information on what they
      did
      > > on the battlefield, but their personal lives, etc.
      > > Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so very much for
      > > your consideration...
      > > John David Hoptak
      > >
      >
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