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The battle of Wild Cat Mountain

Kenneth A. Hafendorfer

The battle of Wild Cat Mountain

by Kenneth A. Hafendorfer

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Published by KH Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wild Cat Mountain, Battle of, Ky., 1861

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11731464M
    ISBN 100964855038
    ISBN 109780964855038

    The following Confederate Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Camp Wildcat (also known as Wildcat Mountain and Camp Wild Cat) of the American Civil War on Octo , in Laurel County, Kentucky. The Union order of battle is listed separately. Contents[show] Abbreviations used Military rank BG = Brigadier General Confederate Army BG Felix K. Zollicoffer See also . Battle for the Mountain of the Kurds As a queer, feminist collective we feature books and events that reflect our interests, and the needs of marginalized communities in the South. We strive to promote exploration and encounter by maintaining a welcoming, sober, and anti-oppressive space. Ⓐ Ⓔ Ⓥ.

      The cold, damp air howls through the coulees, ridges and valleys leading up to Wildcat Mountain State Park, two miles east of Ontario. On an overcast fall Wisconsin day, the remaining brightly.   The Battle of Camp Wildcat (also known as Wildcat Mountain and Camp Wild Cat) was one of the early engagements of the American Civil War (Civil War). It occurred Octo , in northern Laurel County, Kentucky during the campaign known as the Kentucky Confederate Offensive or Operations in Eastern Kentucky ().

    Mill Springs: Campaign and battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky and The Battle of Wildcat Mountain, Kentucky, Octo are two of my very favorite "battle books". Unlike his first effort with Perryville, Hafendorfer's later books much more thoroughly integrate the battle into the larger campaign.   The story of how all these cats came to be is an epic tapestry of pioneering spirit, powerful natural forces, and a battle for supremacy with their age-old rivals, the Canids.


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The battle of Wild Cat Mountain by Kenneth A. Hafendorfer Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The Battle of Wild Cat Mountain" is thoroughly researched, well written, full of excellent maps, and the author digs through the source material and is not afraid to put forth his own verdict based on the evidence. This is old school, microtactical campaign/battle by: 1.

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"The Battle of Wild Cat Mountain" is thoroughly researched, well written, full of excellent maps, and the author digs through the source material and is not afraid to put forth his own verdict based on the evidence.

This is old school, microtactical campaign/battle history.5/5. They were given a tour and presented with information on the battle and a copy of “The Battle of Wildcat Mountain”, a book by Civil War historian Dr.

Kenneth Hafendorfer. They were quite surprised and honored by the fact that so much was known about their great grandfather and that a trail at the battlefield had been named in his honor. Early in the war, the Lincoln administration knew well the importance of keeping the border state of Kentucky in the Union.

Any Rebel armies operating successfully there could encourage secessionist sympathies. In latea Confederate force of around 6, men under Brig. Gen. Felix Zollicoffer entered the southeast corner of the state just north of the Tennessee border and occupied the.

Battle of Camp Wildcat Octo17,18, SAVE THE DATE. Mark your calendars now for the 31st Anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Camp Wildcat Reenactment.

registration will open soon so be sure to register early to take advantage of our generous bounty’s. See Links below regarding Information for Public Information, The battle of Wild Cat Mountain book Information, Sutler Information, Laurel Home Guard.

The Battle for Wildcat Mountain “a hard back book” by Dr. Kenneth Hafendorfer consisting of pages is $ per book. The Camp Wildcat Affair. “a soft back book” by David Owens consisting of pages is $ per book.

Postage and handlings included in the price of each book. Travel back in time to experience the Battle of Camp Wildcat Civil War Reenactment in London, Kentucky. Sponsored by The Laurel Home Guard, it will have hundreds of Union and Confederate Soldiers re-enacting the battle that was considered the first Union victory as well as the first engagement of regular troops in Kentucky.

Marks the 30th Anniversary of the Reenactment. Camp Wildcat and the associated Civil War features remain in excellent condition today. In this battle the Confederate forces, numbering an estimated 7, men under the command of General Felix Zollicoffer, were defeated by a Union force of approximately 5, men under the command of Colonel Theophilus Garrard and General Albin Shoepf.

Kenneth H. Hafendorfer. The Battle of Wildcat Mountain. Louisville, KY: K H Press, pages. Cloth. $ For too many years, the Civil War Battle of Wildcat Mountain (or as it is sometimes called the Battle of Rockcastle Hills), outside of London, Kentucky, has not been thoroughly examined by historians.

Although noted Kentucky historian Thomas Clark treats the battle in some. In writing about the Battle of Wildcat Mountain the first issue seems to be how to spell the name of this battle. Both Clark and Dyche refer to it as Wildcat, as does the website of the Camp Wildcat Preservation Foundation and regional writer David Owens in his book “Baptism in Blood: The Camp Wildcat.

Our library had its Spring book sale this past weekend. I was able to get several good books. One of them, "The Battle of Wild Cat Mountain" is a comprehensive study of the events leading up to the engagement and a detailed description of the battle.

The author has added several maps and first-hand accounts of the soldiers who fought there. A visit to the Camp Wildcat Battlefield, which I bet you have never heard of, is a reminder of how geopgraphy determines battle sites and outcomes of battles affect overalll strategy.

After driving a blind hill up to a railroad crossing and backing up for a couple vehicles on / TripAdvisor reviews. The Battle of Wild Cat Creek was the result of a November punitive expedition against Native American villages during the War of It has been nicknamed "Spur's Defeat", which is thought to refer to the spurs used by the soldiers to drive their horses away from the battle as quickly as campaign is sometimes referred to as the Second Battle of Tippecanoe.

Oh, I hate to tell you, but it is a worthy stop. The site is a good two miles from the interstate, maybe a bit more. You drive into Hazel Green and then pick up the historic Wilderness Road and drive up to the site (alternatively I like to park near the village and walk the road to the battle site, about three miles one way - the road is also the Sheltowee Trace backpacking trail).

Book in very good condition, doesn't seem to have ever been opened past the title page. Pages very clean and vibrant. Seller Inventory # mon More information about this seller The Battle of Wild Cat Mountain.

Kenneth A Hafendorfer. Published by KH Press, Louisville, Kentucky () ISBN ISBN   THE BATTLE OF WILDCAT MOUNTAIN. BY DONEVON STORM. COPYWRITE 10/15/ Twas the fall of October of Eighteen Hundred and Sixty One.

The War of Brothers and Fathers, Men and Boys. Sons of the South and Sons of the North. Some wore Blue and some wore Gray; their blood ran Red just the same. Colonel Garrard at the Rockcastle River Ford. The union and confederate forces clashed once again at wildcat mountain,Kentucky Who will emerge victorious.

Skip navigation Sign in Chapter LXIV battle of wildcat mountain. The Battle of Wildcat Marker. This marker is located to the right of the main marker, and describes the battle.

By Lee Hattabaugh, May 4, 8. Camp Wildcat Location. This marker and cannon are located at the site of Camp Wildcat, the Confederate Army encampment for the units involved in the battle. This is approximately miles south of.

The following Union Army units and commanders fought in the Battle of Camp Wildcat (also known as Wildcat Mountain and Camp Wild Cat) of the American Civil War on Octoin Laurel County, Kentucky. The Confederate order of battle is listed separately.

Contents[show] Abbreviations used Military rank BG = Brigadier General Col = Colonel Cpt = Captain Union Army BG Albin F. .The Fell-Beasts going over The Black Gate for battle.

During the course of the battle, the remaining eight Nazgûl emerged and attacked the Army of the West. Shortly thereafter, however, the Great Eagles of the Misty Mountains, led by Gwaihir the Windlord, arrived and attacked the Ringwraiths, preventing them from pressing their aerial advantage.

Trolls began to crash through the lines of.The Battle of Wildcat Mountain. OctoberPhotos By Charles Hayes. The Battle of Camp Wildcat (also known as Wildcat Mountain and Camp Wild Cat) was one of the early engagements of the Civil occurred Octoin northern Laurel County, Kentucky during the campaign known as the Kentucky Confederate Offensive.