1 edition of Daring and suffering found in the catalog.
146,507Reprint. Originally published: Philadelphia : J.W. Daughaday, 1863.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|2||Collectors library of the Civil War|
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It is painful for me to write the adventures of the last year. The Confederates captured all of the raiders and hanged eight of Daring and Suffering is the third edition of William Pittenger's account of the Great Locomotive Chase.
They were informed that the movement was to be a secret one, and they doubtless comprehended something of its perils, but Mr. The story is exciting and Pittenger's research is thorough, including the accounts of several raiders after they escaped from Fulton County Prison and made their way back to Union lines. He volunteered to be a member of a raiding party and he intended to serve in the Union Army but bad health forced him to leave the military.
Expect a very short bit about a railroad adventure if you can call it that with the rest being about what it's was like is a Civil War Confederate Prison. Well, I didn't love it. Pittenger attempts to cover his tracks, but without very much success.Australia, Cayman Islands, French Polynesia, Suriname, Guyana, Panama, Brunei Darussalam, New Caledonia, Bahamas, Bermuda, Iran, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Bolivia, Laos, Sudan, Guadeloupe, Venezuela, Burma, Cuba, Republic of, Barbados, Belize, Martinique, Dominica, French Guiana, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Nicaragua, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Honduras, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Turks and Caicos Islands, Swaziland.
Brand New: A new, Daring and suffering, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. It is a quick, enjoyable read, focuing mainly on author William Pittenger's experiences as a prisoner of war in Chattanooga, Atlanta, Knoxville, and Richmond.
Andrews, and another citizen of Kentucky, who acted on the occasion as the substitute of a soldier, had been selected from the different companies for their known courage and discretion.
My edition is part of the "Collector's Library of the Civil War," a copy of the original edition.
Expect a very short bit about a railroad adventure if you can call it that with the rest being about what it's was like is a Civil War Confederate Prison.
First published in 1863, a first-hand account of an episode of the American Civil War.