6 edition of Our Hallowed Ground found in the catalog.
July 22, 2004
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
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I bought "Our Hallowed Ground " to find the precise location of an obscure Nez Perce skirmish but, contrary to the title, this battlefield not covered. In fact, NONE of the last three engagements of Chief Joseph vs the US cavalry was covered - Our Hallowed Ground book even Bears Paw!/5(4). Chicoine’s book recounts the stories of 87 World War II veterans who are buried at the Fort Snelling cemetery.
Chicoine wants to honor the sacrifice of all, and preserve their legacy. Our Hallowed Ground is the fruit of Chicoine’s unique modus operandi: a combination of hunches, military knowledge and tenacious sleuthing.
“Poole's book tells the stories of many of those buried in 70 sections across these rolling hills just across the Potomac from Washington, D.C.
On Hallowed Ground Cited by: 7. Chicoine’s book, “Our Hallowed Ground,” published in by the University of Minnesota Press, recounts the stories of 87 World War II veterans who are buried at the Fort Snelling cemetery.
The book profiles both men and women, and members of all branches of the service. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Our hallowed ground by Stephen Chicoine; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Veterans, World War,Biography, Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Fort Snelling, Minn.); Places: United States.
The events that occurred at Gettysburg are etched into our collective memory, as they served to change the course of the Civil War and with it the course of history. More than any other place in the Our Hallowed Ground book States, Gettysburg is indeed hallowed ground/5(31).
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).
Hallowed Ground is an ambitious novel, blending as it does ancient myths and present day Hallowed Ground is a rendering of the Namibian myth of fairy circles into a mystery involving a group of teenagers and their families.
The author is clearly passionate about his /5(12). In narrating "the largest battle ever fought in the Western Hemisphere," McPherson walks readers over its presently hallowed ground, with monuments numbering into the hundreds, many of which work to structure the narrative/5(20).
In her recently published book, Hallowed Ground, A History of the Knesseth Israel/Beth-El Cemetery in Birmingham Alabama, Barbara Bonfield lends support to the Birmingham Jewish Federation Next Hundred Years program.
Presented recently at a book signing at Temple Beth-El, Bonfield's book provides the reader with a look back at Birmingham's. 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.
About Hallowed Ground. James M. McPherson, the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom, and arguably the finest Civil War historian in the world, walks us through the site of the bloodiest and perhaps most consequential battle ever fought by Americans: the Battle of Gettysburg.
The events that occurred at Gettysburg are etched into our collective memory, as they served to. Hallowed Grounds visits 22 of America's overseas military cemeteries, and tells the story of these remarkable places with historical sequences about the wars and battles that created them, and.
In Our Hallowed Ground we meet Raymond Maxfield from Mankato, Minnesota, who had been given up for dead when he crashed his plane near Bologna, Italy, until, much to everyone’s surprise, he walked into the headquarters of the 94th Fighter Squadron.
James Carter from Minneapolis was part of the 93rd Division, an African-American unit that Brand: Stephen Chicoine. Robert M. Poole stands tall for America in his new book, ON HALLOWED GROUND. Published by User, 10 years ago ON HALLOWED GROUND: THE STORY OF ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY is high on my list of the finest books that I have ever by: 7.
Hallowed Ground: The Mystery of the African Fairy Circles is an adventure novel written by Paul C.B. Twivy. Fourteen-year-old Joe Kaplan didn’t get all that excited when the first bout of severe turbulence nearly turned the plane and its inhabitants upside down.
Joe was not the only teen to arrive in Namibia with his parents. Freddie Wilde was watching the chilly damp fog obscure his view as. On Hallowed Ground is the riveting story of this epic battle.
Drawing on previously classified documents, interviews, and letters from survivors, author Bill McWilliams details the strategy and tactics behind the conflict and pays stirring tribute to the heroic soldiers and medics who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to hold “the Chop.”4/4(1).
Our Hallowed Ground World War II Veterans of Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Book): Chicoine, Stephen: Chronicles the untolded personal experiences of almost one hundred World War II heroes, from all divisions of the armed services and in every theater, from the sailors on the USS Ward who fired the first shots at Pearl Harbor to the Japanese-American army medic who served in a devastated.
Now over fifty years old, This Hallowed Ground remains one of the best-loved and admired general Civil War books: a perfect introduction to readers beginning their exploration of the conflict, as well as a thrilling analysis and reimagining of its events for experienced students of the war.
Includes maps. Hallowed Ground is a nine-time honoree in the APEX Awards for Publication Excellence and has been repeatedly recognized by the international Society of Publication Designers. Hallowed Ground is published quarterly in March, June, September and December. On Hallowed Ground was written by Colin McComb, and was published by TSR in October as a page book.
The book features cover art by Robh Ruppel, and interior art by Brian Despain, Brian Fox, Lubov, and Adam Rex. Reception. Trenton Webb reviewed On Hallowed Ground for Arcane magazine, rating it a 6 out of 10 : Colin McComb.Hallowed definition is - holy, consecrated.
How to use hallowed in a sentence. hallowed Has Old English Roots.Hallowed Ground is a chapter from this book. She has had several stories published: “It’s Seaweed Weather,” appeared in LOST Magazine; “Diving Deeper,” in the Black Earth Institute’s About Place Journal; “Finding Uncle Yosh,” in the anthology Secret Histories: Stories of .