This Business of War book. Amidst the din of battle and the chaos of armies on the move, William G. Le Duc of Hastings, Minnesota, writes of the frenzied life of an officer in the Quartermaster Department during the Civil War.
This Business of War book.
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This Business of War : Recollections of a Civil War Quartermaster.
LeDuc was a Civil War veteran and . Commissioner of Agriculture under President Hayes (1877-1881). William G. LeDuc came to St. Paul, Minnesota Territory in 1850 from Ohio to open a book store and law office. LeDuc House. National Register of Historic Places. In 1856, he and his wife Mary Bronson LeDuc, with their two daughters moved downriver to Hastings, where they had also acquired two wheat farms and 160 acres with a small grist mill on the falls of the Vermillion River. It was on this property that William and Mary decided to build their dream home.
Recollections of a Civil War Quartermaster. Le Duc (1823-1917) moved to the Minnesota Territory in 1850. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he volunteered into the Quartermaster Department and mustered out four years later as brevet brigadier general. Author William G. Le Duc, Foreword by Adam E. Scher. He later served as the . Commissioner of Agriculture from 1877 until 1881 and retired to his home in Hastings, Minnesota.
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Hosts books, online databases, DVD, VCD, Music CD. Bibliographical information (record 207927). Author: Le Duc, William Gates. Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press
William Le Duc and Adam E. Scher, This Business of War: Recollections of a Civil Wa. The Civil War: The Second Year (1862) Dr. Joseph Fitzharris 25 September Technology, Enterprise, and War Most officers of the new railroads were army engineers first.
William Le Duc and Adam E. Scher, This Business of War: Recollections of a Civil War. Quartermaster (2004). Medicine & Nursing. Schmidt, James . and Hasegawa, Guy R. Years of change and suffering: modern perspectives. Railroads and river steamboats were the logistics lifelines of military movement. The telegraph knitted Lincoln and his commanders together in real time.
Written by Hooker's and Thomas' quartermaster. The author wrote the book as a legacy for his children and grandchildren
Written by Hooker's and Thomas' quartermaster. The author wrote the book as a legacy for his children and grandchildren. He covers his young adulthood in Ohio to his married life in Minneasota to his post Civil War travels.
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Author: William G. Le Duc,Adam E. Scher
Category: Bio and Memoris
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press; 1 edition (November 15, 2004)
Pages: 184 pages
ePUB size: 1336 kb
FB2 size: 1928 kb
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