2 edition of loyal Californians of 1861 found in the catalog.
loyal Californians of 1861
Hugh Alexander Gorley
1893 in [San Francisco? .
Written in English
|Statement||By Companion Hugh A. Gorley.|
|Series||War paper no. 12. Commandery of the state of California, Military order of the loyal legion of the United States|
|LC Classifications||E464 .M52 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||14022861|
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California's involvement in the American Civil War included sending gold east to support the war effort, recruiting volunteer combat units to replace regular U.
Army units sent east, in the area west of the Rocky Mountains, maintaining and loyal Californians of 1861 book numerous camps and fortifications, suppressing secessionist activity (many of these secessionists went east to fight for the Confederacy) and.
Gorley inm "The Loyal Californians of ," Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, War Papers No. 12 (n.p., n.d.) and by others. Kennedy in his Contest for California inpp. implied that William M. Gwin had arranged to place Johnston in command to implement a plot.
Thirty years later James A. Scherer. From the first shots at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, in to the last action at Palmito Ranch, Texas, inmany Hispanics made a conscious decision to join the fight: some for the Union and some for the Confederacy. They responded to a variety of motives, public and private.
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8 / The Analysis of Minerals And Ores of the R by Walter Raymond Schoeller. The 1st Battalion of Native Cavalry, California Volunteers was a cavalry battalion in the Union Army during the American Civil ts were largely drawn from the Californio population (colloquially known as "Native Californians"), though its ranks included Yaqui and Mission Indians as well as immigrants from Mexico, Latin America and Europe (particularly France).Branch: Army.
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South Carolina seceded by the end of the year, followed in January by Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana. Texas was. California is not talked about too much in the context of the American Civil War (). It had only joined the Union in and was far from the main action in the east of the USA.
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Buying a home on. This same Alvarado had led a revolt against the Monterey redoubt intaking it easily with a mixed force of Californians and Americans. His one cannon had been handled by a lawyer who consulted the instruction book for the firing procedures, but its single shot was sufficient to frighten and force out the governor.
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A Loyal Friend This Little Book is Affectionately Dedicated Preface This plea is an arrow shot into the air. It is the result of an address which I made at Colton Hall, in Monterey, upon the celebration of Admission Day,and another which I made at a luncheon meeting of the Commonwealth Club, at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, on April.By the time Lincoln was inaugurated in Marchthere were seven states in the newly-formed Confederacy.
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