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  • I received "The Maps of Chickamauga." Oh my, it is fantastic. Congratulations, Dave Powell. Kevin S. Coy ----- Original Message ----- From: NPeters102@^$1 To: Civil War Western Theater List Sent: Saturday, December 26, 2009 2:47 PM Subject: [civilwarwest] Santa's CW Goodies This year the fat man in the red suit gave me a trio of Western/Trans- Mississippi titles. They are: Fields...
    Kevin & Judy Coy Dec 27, 2009
  • There is about as much evidence that Rosecrans ran from the field as there is that Hood was taking laudanum. Rosecrans was swept from the field after attempting to rally his right and in the end he did go to Rossville. But to say he ran is inaccurate. The breakthrough did not happen immediately and the right of the Army of the Cumberland did not turn their backs and run as soon as...
    Kevin & Judy Coy Dec 26, 2007
  • Hank, I agree about the unknowns...also, what is interesting is the number that started but did not graduate. For example, a lot is made about the class goats, i.e. Pickett was last in his class but when you look at the number that started in the plebe year he was successful. Kevin ----- Original Message ----- From: hank9174 To: civilwarwest@^$1 Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 11...
    Kevin & Judy Coy Jul 11, 2007
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  • Tony and all, This is the site I was talking about. http://www.library.usma.edu/archives/archives.asp Good stuff, go down to the official register of the officers and cadets. Ckick on the plus (+). This opens it up. Then you are given a list of classes. Go click on the class of your want. If you go to the greatest class of all, the class of 1842 you will see some great info: i.e...
    Kevin & Judy Coy Jul 10, 2007
  • Tony try this. I know there is another site buried in my favorites somewhere that I'll look for....It has the class rankings, demerits, etc. Oh, you may have to copy and paste the link. http ://tinyurl.com/2baaqv Kevin S. Coy ----- Original Message ----- From: Tony Gunter To: civilwarwest@^$1 Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 11:37 AM Subject: [civilwarwest] West Point: 1849 - 1854 Does...
    Kevin & Judy Coy Jul 10, 2007
  • Tony, I think I agree with everything you have written. :) Rosecrans told them of the delay. Told them of the problems he was having. ISTM that if Grant and Ord were expecting a battle...and one had not started, a scouting party could have been dispatched to find out why. Hell, for all Grant and Ord knew, Rosecrans could have been completely surrounded and had to surrender. You...
    Kevin & Judy Coy May 2, 2007
  • Or why Grant or Ord did not send riders to ascertain why an attack was not being made, as expected, is a mystery to me. After all, Rosecrans was pitched into battle, whereas Grant and Ord were doing who knows what while waiting for a battle. Kevin S. Coy ----- Original Message ----- From: Tony Gunter To: civilwarwest@^$1 Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2007 3:31 PM Subject: [civilwarwest...
    Kevin & Judy Coy May 2, 2007