A Military Genius: Life of Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland [Illustrated] [NOOK Book]


This edition features
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• a linked Table of Contents and linked Footnotes

A Military Genius: Life of Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland ("The great ...
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A Military Genius: Life of Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland [Illustrated]

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This edition features
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• a linked Table of Contents and linked Footnotes

A Military Genius: Life of Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland ("The great unrecognized member of Lincoln's Cabinet.") Compiled from Family Records and Congressional Documents

Chapter I.
Ancestry and Old Plantation Life
Chapter II.
Childhood and Early Life — Miss Carroll's Youthful Letters to Her Father — Religious Tendencies — Letters from Dr. Robert J. Breckenridge — Sale of Kingston Hall — Early Writings — Letter of Hon. Edward Bates — Breaking Out of the Civil War — Preoccupation in Military Affairs
Chapter III.
Rise of the Secession Movement — The Capital in Danger — Miss Carroll's Literary Labors for the Cause of the Union — Testimonials from Eminent Men
Chapter IV.
The Military Situation — Goes to St. Louis — Inception of the Plan of the Tennessee Campaign — Gives in The Plan at the War Department — President Lincoln's Delight at the Solution of the Problem — Account Written in 1889 — Judge Wade at Bull Run — Formation of the Committee for the Conduct of the War
Chapter V.
Miss Carroll's Papers to the War Department — Plan of Campaign — Letters from Scott, Wade, and Others — Discussions — Papers as the Campaign Progresses
Chapter VI.
Congressional Revelations — Great Results — Discussions — Miss Carroll Presents Her Claim — Political Opposition — Letters and Testimony
Chapter VII.
Miss Carroll's Pamphlets in Aid of the Administration — The Presentation of the Bill
Chapter VIII.
Miss Carroll Before Congress
Chapter IX.
A Wounded Veteran Retires from the Field — Interview with Grant — The Women of America make the Cause Their Own — A National Lesson
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013686038
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 1/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 343 KB

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