Black Southerners and the Law 1865 1900

Autobiographical Letter at 9 . 23 . This story is told in detail in SPEED , THE
UNION CAUSE IN KENTUCKY , 1860 - 1865 ( 1907 ) and Rev . Daniel
Stevenson , General Nelson , Kentucky and Lincoln Guns , Mag . Am . Hist . , Aug
. 1883 , pp .

Black Southerners and the Law  1865 1900

First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

A Union Woman in Civil War Kentucky

See Dyer, A Compendium of the WaroftheRebellion,Ji:\S16; Speed, The Union
Regiments of Kentucky, 463; and Thomas Speed, The Union Cause in Kentucky,
1860-1865 (New York G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1 907) , 463-64. 2. The Lexington ...

A Union Woman in Civil War Kentucky


Sister States Enemy States

... “Kentucky Neutrality in 1861,” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 9 (March
1923): 283– 301; Edward C. Smith, The Borderland in the Civil War (New York:
Macmillan, 1927); and Thomas Speed, Union Cause in Kentucky, 18601865 (
New ...

Sister States  Enemy States

The fifteenth and sixteenth states to join the United States of America, Kentucky and Tennessee were cut from a common cloth -- the rich region of the Ohio River Valley. Abounding with mountainous regions and fertile farmlands, these two slaveholding states were as closely tied to one another, both culturally and economically, as they were to the rest of the South. Yet when the Civil War erupted, Tennessee chose to secede while Kentucky remained part of the Union. The residents of Kentucky and Tennessee felt the full impact of the fighting as warring armies crossed back and forth across their borders. Due to Kentucky's strategic location, both the Union and the Confederacy sought to control it throughout the war, while Tennessee was second only to Virginia in the number of battles fought on its soil. Additionally, loyalties in each state were closely divided between the Union and the Confederacy, making wartime governance -- and personal relationships -- complex. In Sister States, Enemy States: The Civil War in Kentucky and Tennessee, editors Kent T. Dollar, Larry H. Whiteaker, and W. Calvin Dickinson explore how the war affected these two crucial states, and how they helped change the course of the war. Essays by prominent Civil War historians, including Benjamin Franklin Cooling, Marion Lucas, Tracy McKenzie, and Kenneth Noe, add new depth to aspects of the war not addressed elsewhere. The collection opens by recounting each state's debate over secession, detailing the divided loyalties in each as well as the overt conflict that simmered in East Tennessee. The editors also spotlight the war's overlooked participants, including common soldiers, women, refugees, African American soldiers, and guerrilla combatants. The book concludes by analyzing the difficulties these states experienced in putting the war behind them. The stories of Kentucky and Tennessee are a vital part of the larger narrative of the Civil War. Sister States, Enemy States offers fresh insights into the struggle that left a lasting mark on Kentuckians and Tennesseans, just as it left its mark on the nation.

For Slavery and Union

Smith, Michael Thomas. The Enemy Within: Fears of Corruption in the Civil War
North. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2011. Speed, Thomas. The
Union Cause in Kentucky, 18601865. New york: Knickerbocker Press, 1907.

For Slavery and Union

Wetlands are a vital part of the landscape and ecology of the United States, providing food and shelter for species ranging from the beautiful wood duck to the tiny fairy shrimp. These areas provide critical habitat for fish and wildlife, protect communities from flooding, and recharge groundwater supplies -- yet they continue to be destroyed at an alarming rate. A detailed analysis of wetlands management, Wetland Drainage, Restoration, and Repair is a comprehensive guide to the past, present, and future of wetland recovery in the United States. The book includes a historical overview of wetland destruction and repair over the past two hundred years and also serves as a unique resource for anyone, from novice to engineer, interested in the process of wetland restoration. Author Thomas R. Biebighauser draws from his own vast experience in building and repairing more than 950 wetlands across North America. Included are numerous photographs and case studies that highlight successes of past projects. Detailed, step-by-step instructions guide the reader through the planning and implementation of each restoration action. Biebighauser also provides a number of effective strategies for initiating and improving funding for wetlands programs. Wetland Drainage, Restoration, and Repair is essential reading for all who care about and for these important ecosystems.

The 10th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War

Kentucky Military History Museum. Personal communication. Not published.
Smith, Benjamin, Pension Record, National Archives. Speed, Thomas. The Union
Cause in Kentucky 18601865. Foreword byJohn Harlan. New York: G. P.
Putnam ...

The 10th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War

The 10th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry waged battle for the Union for three years during the Civil War, ranging from its home state to Atlanta. This thorough history is filled with personal accounts, including 25 wartime letters written by the men of the regiment and official records of the regiment’s activities, which included action at Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. The regiment began the war with 867 men, suffered a 40 percent casualty rate at Chickamauga, and helped break Confederate lines at Jonesboro. At the end of the war only 140 men staggered home in victory. Features more than 60 photos, 14 maps, rosters and descriptions of the unit’s soldiers.

Bookseller Newsdealer and Stationer

The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860-1865 . By Captain Thomas Speed . 8 ° . (
Sept. ) A narrative of the struggle of the Union men in the State of Kentucky to
hold their State in the Union when other States were seceding , and strenuous
efforts ...

Bookseller  Newsdealer and Stationer


The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society

Union units have been generally by - passed , despite able leadership and
heroic actions . " ! ... FCHQ , 10 ( 1936 ) , 82 - 99 ; and the somewhat one - sided
Thomas Speed , The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860 - 1865 ( New York , 1907 )
.

The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society


History of the United States 1783 1865

SCHWAB , J . C . The Confederate States of America , 1861 – 1865 .
SCRUGHAM , M . The Peaceable Americans of 1860 - 1861 . SMITH , E . C . The
Borderland in the Civil War . SPEED , T . The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860 -
1865 .

History of the United States  1783 1865


Kentucky History

Kentucky History

An indispensable guide to the literature on Kentucky history.

The Age of Jim Crow

Autobiographical Leller at 9 . 23 . This story is told in detail in SPEED , THE
UNION CAUSE IN KENTUCKY , 1860 - 1865 ( 1907 ) and Rev . Daniel
Stevenson , General Nelson , Kentucky and Lincoln Guns , Mag . Am . Hist . , Aug
. 1883 , pp .

The Age of Jim Crow


A Kentucky Sampler

It has been claimed that since the state opposed secession it was pro - Union ,
but such an assertion is true only in a ... Captain Thomas Speed , a Union officer
who wrote The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860 - 1865 and some of the Civil War
 ...

A Kentucky Sampler


The Milward Family of Lexington Kentucky 1803 1969

The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860 - 1865 . New York and London : G . P .
Putnam ' s Sons , 1907 . . The Union Regiments of Kentucky Louisville :
CourierJournal Job Printing Co . , 1897 . Swiggett , Howard . The Rebel Raider .
Indianapolis ...

The Milward Family of Lexington  Kentucky  1803 1969


The Mississippi Valley Historical Review

7 Mr. Thomas Speed , in his book entitled The union cause in Kentucky regrets
that so little attention has been paid to these ... presidential election preceding ,
which was the 19 Thomas Speed , The union cause in Kentucky , 1860-1865 (
New ...

The Mississippi Valley Historical Review


Civil War Regiments

Holding steadfast to his sense of duty to Kentucky and his belief that the state
must remain neutral , Buckner declined ... 9 6 Thomas Speed , The Union Cause
in Kentucky , 1860-1865 ( New York and London , Knickerbocker Press , 1907 ) ,
p .

Civil War Regiments


History of the United States

SCHWAB , J. C. The Confederate States of America , 1861–1865 . SCRUGHAM ,
M. The Peaceable Americans of 1860-1861 . SMITH , E. C. The Borderland in the
Civil War . SPEED , T. The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860-1865 .

History of the United States


Some Reasons for Kentucky s Position in the Civil War

1911 . Shaler , N . S . Kentucky . New York : Houghton Mifflin and Company .
1888 . Louisville : Courier - Journal Smith , 2 . F . History of Kentucky Job Printing
Company . 1886 . Speed , Thomas . The Union Cause in Kentucky , 1860 - 1865 .

Some Reasons for Kentucky s Position in the Civil War