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Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of results for Books: "Nathan Bedford Forrest" Skip to. Nathan Bedford Forrest: A Biography Paperback – Ma by Jack Hurst (Author)Cited by: 9.
Bedford Forrest: and His Critter Company Paperback – Novem by Andrew Nelson Lytle (Author)Cited by: 6. This book truly gave me a better understanding of the controversial figure that is Nathan Bedford Forrest.
In today's culture, anything that has to do with race is instantly a contested subject. Forrest himself is a man of extreme controversy due to the few facts that people know about him/5.
Nathan Bedford Forrest, A Biography, by Jack Hurst (pp ). Published This book was recommended (and gifted) by a good friend who is a history buff. It took me a while, but I finally got through it — a bit of a slog, I have to admit/5.
Jack Hurst is a historian and former journalist who has written for newspapers including the Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Nashville books include Nathan Bedford Forrest: A Biography, Men of Fire: Grant, Forrest, and the Campaign That Decided the Civil War, and Born to Battle: Grant and Forrest—Shiloh, Vicksburg, and : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Nathan Bedford Forrest's critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked politician, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly/5.
The Quotable Nathan Bedford Forrest is a brief but important work that, like Seabrook's other eight books on the General, will introduce him to new readers, help destroy the numerous absurd and slanderous Northern myths surrounding him, and bring him out of the shadows and into the mainstream of American history where he justly belongs.
Obscured for the past years, now 5/5(2). The Jordan and Pryor book was overseen by Forrest himself - the closest he came to an autobiography.
If you are interested in his campaigns, it's excellent - if you are interested in his personal life, it's very revealing because of what it doesn't mention. That is not to say it's an easy book -- it is, after all, a story of America's bloodiest war, and the protagonist, Nathan Bedford Forrest, is nothing if not a warior.
Forrest, a Confederate cavalry officer Bedford Forrest. book the Civil War, his family, friends, and cavalry cohorts form the nucleus of this story of a man who may well be the most fearless and single-minded person who ever lived/5(18).
The book is about the Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest who waged a very successful war against Union troops throughout Tennessee Bedford Forrest. book other areas. The book goes into detail about his various battles, his maneuvers, the number of captured and killed and numerous other minute details.
He won almost every battle he was involved in/5. Nathan Bedford Forrest Books. K likes. We carry nine popular books on General Forrest, one an award-winner. We also have a full length feature film on Forrest coming out!Followers: K. Amid the aristocratic ranks of the Confederate cavalry, Nathan Bedford Forrest was untutored, all but unlettered, and regarded as no more than a guerrilla.
His tactic was the headlong charge, mounted with such swiftness and ferocity that General Sherman called him a "devil" who should "be hunted down and killed if it co lives and bankrupts the treasury."4/5(4).
The God of War: Nathan Bedford Forrest. likes. Discover the real Nathan Bedford Forrest in the words of those who knew him. Read this book!Followers: This book is considered the best history of Forrest. It's a Northern book, basically. This may well be the best approach to take on this character, otherwise he does tend to get out of hand.
Forrest is still infamous, especially for Fort Pillow. Wills goes after him for all he's worth but in the end doesn't come up with anything/5(5). This book is an excellent review of General N.
Forrest. When you this book you will find a true patriot of his time. Selected pages. Page Page Page Page Page Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest John Allan Wyeth Full view - /5(3). Nathan Bedford Forrest () was a Confederate general during the Civil War (). After the Civil War Forrest worked as a planter and.
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NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST A BIOGRAPHY. (), this new book spends less time on Forrest's extraordinary career as a soldier—he was the only man on either side who went from private to lieutenant general—and gives equal weight to his rise from raw frontier poverty to self-made wealth in land and slaves, his prewar civic activities as a Author: Jack Hurst.
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A cavalry and military commander in the war, Forrest is one of the war's most unusual figures. Although less educated than many of his fellow officers, before the war Forrest. A description of Nathan Bedford Forrest from the book “ to by an Old Johnnie, Personal Recollections and experiences in the Confederate Army – Jump to Sections of this page.
Written for the general market, Nathan Bedford Forrest is the first of Col. Seabrook’s eleven books on the General, and is one of our top sellers. Lavishly illustrated and formatted in an easy-to-read style, at pages this short inexpensive book is perfect for Civil War museum shops, historic homes, or.
Just finished reading Nathan Bedford Forrest, a biography by Jack Hurst. It is a great book about a complicated man. Forrest grew up poor. He had virtually no education but became wealthy before the Civil War. Many people nowadays want Forrest’s statues torn down and destroyed and to end any further discussion of him/5(93).
The legacy of General Nathan Bedford Forrest is deeply divisive. Best known for being accused of war crimes at the Battle of Fort Pillow and for his role as first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan - an organization he later denounced - Forrest has often been studied as a military figure, but never before studied as a fascinating individual who wrestled with the complex issues of his violent times.
His popular book, “Nathan Bedford Forrest & African-Americans: Yankee Myth, Confederate Fact,” debunks all of the Northern myths about Forrest & blacks, utterly destroying the anti-South movement’s attempt to taint the General’s reputation & humiliate the traditional South.
Forrest was a pro-Constitution Conservative, but he was no racist, & this book, Seabrook’s ninth work (of eleven) on Ol’ Bedford, Followers: K. General Forrest At War Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest was one of the most intriguing characters to emerge during the American Civil War.
There have been numerous books and articles concerning General Forrest, with themes ranging from hero worship based on his extraordinary successes to condemnation based on his association with Fort. Book Review published on: Febru John R. Scales’s narrative of Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest’s campaigns and military career is part history and part travelogue; complete with over one hundred maps detailing the cavalryman’s many actions—however small—and his exact path between engagements.
Over the years the neo-Confederate community has relied on a short list of narratives purporting to demonstrate the existence of significant numbers of loyal black Confederate soldiers.
One of them centers on an interview Nathan Bedford Forrest gave in When I entered the army I took forty-seven Negroes into the a. Image 10 of Life of Nathan B. Forrest, Forrest, which is a monument of scholarship and a work of great literary charm.
Other books, such as Du Bose’s General Wheeler and the Cavalry of the Army of Ten¬ nessee, General.Nathan Bedford Forrest Biography, Life, Interesting Facts. Nathan Bedford Forrest was born on July 13th, in Back in the day, Forrest made his fortune out of engaging in the slave trade business.
In addition to this, he got rich through his cotton plantations.Nathan Bedford Forrest was born on Jnear the village of Chapel Hill in Bedford County, Tennessee (a redrawing of county boundaries has placed Chapel Hill in Marshall County). He was the oldest son of William and Mary Beck Forrest, and would be one of ten siblings, including a twin sister who died at an early age.