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6 edition of The Bucktails at the Devil"s Den found in the catalog.

The Bucktails at the Devil"s Den

by David Rimer

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  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Infinity Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • War fiction,
  • War & Military,
  • Literature & Fiction / Genre Fiction,
  • Fiction / War,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Men"s Adventure

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10672243M
    ISBN 100741438461
    ISBN 109780741438461
    OCLC/WorldCa166246741

    The Bucktails at the Devil's Den by William P. Robertson: Devil's Den: A History and Guide by Garry E. Adelman: The Facts Book of the Battle of Gettysburg by Herbert O. Brown: Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War by Edwin C. Bearss. The Devil's Den has fascinated many a visitor over the years. How did this area get its name? TS: It is fascinating that we wrote a book on Devil’s Den over ten years ago, and today, we are no closer to the answer of that question. There are still are no reference of any sort that predate the battle that make mention of that place name.

    I began by writing historical fiction books about the famous Civil War regiment, the Bucktails. These riflemen came from my part of Pennsylvania and distinguished themselves in the Shenandoah Valley, at Antietam, at Fredericksburg, at Gettysburg, and in the Wilderness.   The th Pennsylvania saw its one day of glory on July 1, , when this young and untried regiment staged a magnificent defense at McPherson's farm. Although this bright promise quickly faded into more typical regimental experience, the story of the regiment's service under the indomitable Joshua Chamberlain remains worth telling. Drawing on the service records of more than soldiers .

    The th Bucktails: Catchin’ Bobby Lee; The Bucktails’ Antietam Trials; The Battling Bucktails At Fredericksburg; The Bucktails At the Devil’s Den; The Bucktail Brothers: Brave Men’s Blood; The Bucktail Brothers of The Fighting th; The Bucktails’ Last Call; The Bucktails: Perils on The Peninsula; The Bucktails’ Shenandoah March. Devils Den is a boulder-strewn hill on the south end of Houck's Ridge at Gettysburg Battlefield, once used by artillery and infantry (e.g., sharpshooters) on the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War.A tourist attraction since the memorial association era, several boulders are worn from foot traffic and the site includes numerous cannon, memorials, and Location: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.


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The Bucktails at the Devil's Den, the sixth novel in the Bucktail series, returns the battered regiment The Bucktails at the Devils Den book the defenses of Washington. Instead of the soft duty they envisioned there, the riflemen are harassed continually by Rebel guerrillas and the Gray Ghost, John : William P.

Robertson, David Rimer. The Bucktails at the Devil's Den-In the sixth book of the Bucktail series, the famed Pennsylvania riflemen go from battling Rebel guerrillas outside Washington to playing a pivotal role at bloody Gettysburg.5/5(3). The Bucktails at the Devil's Den In the sixth book of the Bucktail series the famed Pennsylvania riflemen go from battling Rebel guerrillas outside Washington to playing a pivotal role at bloody : Infinity Publishing.

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The Bucktails at the Devil's Den In the sixth book of the Bucktail series the famed Pennsylvania riflemen go from battling Rebel guerrillas outside Washington to playing a pivotal role at bloody : Infinity Publishing. The National Tribune., Februpage 3.

John Michael Priest cites the article in his book Stand to It and Give Them Hell: Gettysburg as the Soldiers Experienced it From Cemetery Ridge to Little Round Top, July 2, [Savas Publishing, ].

Incident at Devils Den, a true story by Terry Lovelace, Esq. book. Read 51 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

This is my true story/5. The Bucktails: Skirmish at the Devil's Den RobylPress. Loading Unsubscribe from RobylPress. th PA Bucktails Music at Pithole, PA - Duration: Ryan Zook views.

the bucktails at the devil's den In February ofthe Bucktails were recalled to the defenses of Washington and set up their winter camp at Fairfax Station, Virginia. While serving there, the regiment fought many small skirmishes with Rebel guerrillas and the Gray Ghost, John Mosby.

The Bucktails at the Devil's Den. David Rimer. Published by Infinity Publishing () ISBN ISBN Condition: New. The Bucktails at the Devil's Den. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Bucktails' Last Call (Paperback or Softback).

A very good 2and book in the tales of the Fighting Bucktails. This episode has a larger number of intense yet non-graphic battle scenes. Covering the time from Dec through August including both battles of Manassas the story matches the historical records to a tee.

This is 4/5(2). THE BUCKTAILS AT THE DEVIL'S DEN was a finalist in Best Books Awards sponsored by LURKING IN PENNSYLVANIA won the July Book Cover Contest sponsored by   Went to the Devils den on the way home from Ginnie springs.

The water is usually more clear but it was rainy and dark outside. Its a lot deeper and more awesome in. The Spencer Carbines were not issued by them until almost at the end of their service. Your reference to Devils Den was interesting as a small group of Bucktails did drive Longstreet's sharpshooters nuts there by picking them off when they would stand to reload thereby exposing themselves.

A Knisely from Co. C (Cameron Co.) was wounded there. The Bucktails at the Devil’s Den—In the sixth book of the Bucktail series, the famed Pennsylvania riflemen go from battling Rebel guerrillas outside Washington to.

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Bucky leads a mad charge to the Devil's Den after the Bucktail colonel, Fred Taylor, is struck down by a Reb bullet. Robert Burns American Civil War Ebooks This 14 pins. Full text of "History of the "Bucktails," = Kane rifle regiment of the Pennsylvania reserve corp (13th Pennsylvania reserves, 42nd of the line)" See other formats.

The Thirteenth Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment, also known as the 42nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, the 1st Pennsylvania Rifles, Kane's Rifles, or simply the "Bucktails," was a volunteer infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil was a part of the famed Pennsylvania Reserve division in the Army of the Potomac for much of the early and middle parts of Allegiance: Union.- Explore jeffscoolstuff's board "Bucktails" on Pinterest.

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