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5 edition of The History of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in 1862 found in the catalog.

The History of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in 1862

by William Pittenger

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Published by Digital Scanning .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • History: American,
  • USA

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8785699M
    ISBN 101582181926
    ISBN 109781582181929
    OCLC/WorldCa49191852

    The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in , By William Pittenger. Abstract "A partial list of authorities: p. [10]The first edition, , and the edition of were published under title: Daring and suffering; another edition, , with title: Capturing a of access.   The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in , Railroads & Steam Locomotives: 5: Meredeth T. Andrews / Anders (A co. 34NC Inf.) Researching Your Civil War Ancestry: 1: Sep 4, M: The Andrews Railroad Raid: General History Discussion: Mar 4, The Andrews Railroad Raid, or.

    The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in , By William Pittenger. Abstract. The great locomotive chase: a history of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in by William Pittenger (Book).

    Daring and Suffering: A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid (Paperback) by William Pittenger $ This is a facsimile reprint of the third edition of the classic firsthand account of the raid that was meant to splinter the Confederacy by making northern Georgia into a Union stronghold.   A Federal Railroad Adventure: Andrews' Raiders. Explore this collection of digitized and transcribed documents relating to Andrews' Raiders and The Great Locomotive Chase, a Federal military raid that occurred Ap in Georgia, to interrupt Confederate communications by destroying railroad bridges and telegraph lines during the Civil War.


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'The Great Locomotive Chase; a History of the Andrews Railroad Raid Into Georgia in ' by William Pittenger Sixth Edition, completely rewritten and greatly enlarged. The first edition was published inunder the title Daring and Suffering ;the second inunder the title Capturing a Locomotive ;the third in English: Identifier: greatlocomotivec00pitt (find matches) Title: The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in Year: Authors: Pittenger, William, Subjects: Chattanooga Railroad Expedition, Publisher: Philadelphia, The Penn publishing company Contributing Library: The Library of Congress.

Title: The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in Year: Authors: Pittenger, William, Subjects: Chattanooga Railroad Expedition, Publisher: Philadelphia, The Penn publishing company Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation.

Last edited by NGE Staff on 10/05/ The Andrews Raid of Apbrought the first Union soldiers into north Georgia and led to an exciting locomotive chase, the only one of the Civil War ().

The adventure lasted just seven hours, involved about two dozen men, and as a military operation, ended in failure. The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in by Pittenger, William, at - the best online ebook storage.

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Daring and Suffering: A History of the Andrews This is a facsimile reprint of the third edition of the classic firsthand account of the raid that was meant to splinter the Confederacy by making northern Georgia into a Union : William Pittenger.

The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in by Pittenger, William,   a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia in 7 th ed. This edition published in by The Penn publishing company in Philadelphia.

The great locomotive chase; a history of the Andrews railroad raid into Georgia inRunning title: Daring and suffering. The first edition,and the edition of were published under the title: Daring and suffering; another edition,with title: Capturing a locomotive.

His last major work, The Great Locomotive Chase: A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in (), is dedicated to "The Grand Army of the West, which, under command of General Sherman, in one hundred days of continuous battle.

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The endeavor is better known as the Great Locomotive Chase, one of the greatest adventures of the war.5/5(1). An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. a history of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in a history of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in by Pittenger, William, Publication date A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid Into Georgia in by William Pittenger, Lieut.

The Great Locomotive Chase took place Apduring the American Civil War (). Also known as the Andrews' Raid, the mission saw civilian scout James J.

Andrews lead a small force of disguised Union soldiers south to Big Shanty (Kennesaw), GA with the goal of stealing a locomotive and sabotaging the Western & Atlantic Railroad between Atlanta, GA and Chattanooga, TN.Daring and suffering: a history of the Andrews Railroad Raid into Georgia in by Pittenger, William, at - the best online ebook storage.

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When the passengers and crew unloaded to eat breakfast, the raiders cut the telegraph wires and stole "The General" locomotive.