Published August 2002
by Book Sales .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
Hallowed Ground is the fourth book in the Flight and Glory series and the second to focus on Josh Walker and December Howard. The first, Full Measures, was the beginning of their story and is undoubtedly my favourite of the series; Josh and Ember quickly became one of my favourite NA couples and their story was unforgettable/5. That said, HALLOWED GROUND is a concise summary of the Gettysburg battle which would serve well as an introduction to a more comprehensive understanding or simply as a short-version narrative of the affair for someone wishing only to skim the by: 2. This Hallowed Ground is a remarkable book. Bruce Cattons poetic account of the trials and tribulations of the United States single most compelling historic event, The Civil War, is captivating. If one limits oneself to reading one book about the Civil War, this is the one to read/5. McWilliams’s second book, On Hallowed Ground: The Last Battle for Pork Chop Hill, was released in October The work is a detailed account of the final battle for the outpost, which took place from July 6 to 11, three weeks prior to the Korean War armistice in /4(1).
The Hardcover of the Hallowed Ground: A Walk at Gettysburg by James M. McPherson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(31). Hallowed Ground Magazine, Spring While the photographic process predates the Civil War, it was the first conflict to be extensively documented in something approaching real time, with the images that men like Alexander Gardner captured opening the public’s eyes to the reality of warfare. Buy a cheap copy of On Hallowed Ground: The Story of book by Robert M. Poole. An intimate, behind-the-scenes chronicle of America’s most sacred ground.“Along Eisenhower Drive, as far as the eye could see, the grave markers formed into Free shipping over $Cited by: 7. Hallowed Ground is so much more than a romance. As the wife of an Army aviator and daughter of an Army officer, she has lived the life and it bursts through the pages in every nuance of this book. Most importantly, she has managed to capture the emotions of being a military family/5(24).
It is this gift for narrative that led contemporary critics to compare this book to War and Peace, and call it a “modern Iliad.” Now over fifty years old, This Hallowed Ground remains one of the best-loved and admired general Civil War books: a perfect introduction to . I am 35 years old and I only recently decided to learn more about the Civil War—a conflict I avoided because it depressed me. I made the right choice starting with Bruce Canton’s work in “This Hallowed Ground.” Looking back, however, I wish I would have purchased a book of maps with military overlays to supplement the audio book. This Hallowed Ground is a regimental level game about the Battle of Gettysburg and is the first game in the Regimental Sub-Series from The Gamers. The game rules system is an expanded version of the Civil War Brigade (CWB) Series rules set. 13 scenarios ranging from one map to all five. Awesome treatment of this battle of the turning point of the confederacy/10(). Read "On Hallowed Ground Book 2 in the Grounded Series" by Jansen Schmidt available from Rakuten Kobo. Noah Pacheco, Tribal Liaison with the Attorney General's Office in Phoenix, witnesses a stampede on sacred Native Americ Brand: Bookbaby.