6 edition of The Guns of Valverde (Civil War in the Far West) found in the catalog.
June 18, 2001
by Forge Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||448|
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The Guns of Valverde book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Texan Confederate army has taken the Union's heavy artiller /5. The "Guns of Valverde" is the sequel to "Glorieta Pass." Well written and easy to understand without being too boringly documentary Nagle makes history come alive with its people.
Plus it adds knowledge to the tremendous geographical scope which encompassed our Civil War. 2 people found this helpful/5(10). The "Guns of Valverde" is the sequel to "Glorieta Pass." Well written and easy to understand without being too boringly documentary Nagle makes history come alive with its people.
Plus it adds knowledge to the tremendous geographical scope which encompassed our Civil War/5(10). Book Overview This sequel to "Glorietta Pass" begins as the Texan Confederate Army takes the Union's heavy artillery at the Battle of Valverde.
With their force decimated, the Texans are determined to have some glory for their terrible losses. Standing in their way, though, are Union Captain Alastar O'Brien and the Colorado Volunteers.5/5(1). Get this from a library. The guns of Valverde. [P G Nagle] -- As Laura Howland nurses Confederate quartermaster Jamie Russell back to health, "he hatches a plan that will give him the chance to return the guns of Valverde to Texas."--Jacket.
Young quartermaster Jamie Russell, wounded and taken prisoner by Union forces, devises a way to bring the guns to Texas.
He escapes, convinces Sibley's brain trust to try his desperate scheme, and his plan becomes grim reality as both the Blue and the Gray are inexorably drawn into the deadly drama that is. The Guns of Valverde. por P. Nagle. The Far Western Civil War (Book 2) ¡Gracias por compartir.
Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio /5. The Guns of Valverde is Nagle's sequel to Glorieta Pass. Raised near this area and still living in New Mexico, Nagle knows well the history and landscapes of her work.
At times, the characterization may be thin or the plotting unwieldy; however, Jeremy Arthur's performance invigorates. The Guns of Valverde by P. Nagle Authenticity and the fact that the author carried the story well. Read it as the sequel to Glorieta Pass.
Glorieta Pass ~ The Guns of Valverde ~ Galveston ~ Red River A Call to Arms Based on the true adventures of Sarah Emma Edmonds, who served for two years in the 2nd Michigan Volunteers as Private Frank Thompson.
Sign up for the Evennight Books newsletter to get news about P. Nagle. Read "The Guns of Valverde The Far Western Civil War, Book 2" by P. Nagle available from Rakuten Kobo/5. THE GUNS OF VALVERDE by P.G. Nagle ‧ RELEASE DATE: July 1, Nagle’s Glorieta Pass () traced the early successes of the Confederate Army that was sent, into seize the American Southwest for the Rebel : P.G.
Nagle. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "A Tom Doherty Associates book." Sequel to: Glorieta Pass. Description: pages: map ; 18 cm.
The Guns of the South is an alternate history novel set during the American Civil War by Harry Turtledove. It was released in the United States on Septem Title: The guns of Valverde: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Nagle, PG: Place Published: New York, NY: Publisher: Forge: Year: Keywords: New Mexico – History.
Quartermaster Jamie Russell wants to get the guns to Texas, but Federal Captain Alastar O’Brien stands in his way. With passionate intensity and impeccable attention to historical detail, The Guns of Valverde imbues the unsung battles fought in the New Mexico Territory with a profound sense of humanity.
Far Western Civil War Series by P.G. Nagle Glorieta Pass (Far Western Civil War, #1), The Guns of Valverde (Far Western Civil War, #2), Galveston (Far Western Civil War, #3), and Red River (Far W. Young Confederate soldier Jamie Russell makes a return appearance in Galveston, P.G.
Nagle's sequel to The Guns of Valverde. Jamie returns home from Valverde to accompany his sister, Emma, who's bi. Young quartermaster Jamie Russell, wounded and taken prisoner by Union forces, soon devises a way to bring the guns to Texas. He escapes, convinces Sibley's brain trust to try his desperate scheme, and his plan becomes grim reality as both the Blue and the Gray are inexorably drawn into the deadly drama that is.
Created by David Jacobs, Robert Porter. With Lee Horsley, Jenny Beck, Matthew Newmark, Brian Lando. In in the town of Paradise, a professional gunfighter is forced to take custody of his sister's four children, retiring to a farm and a quiet life.
Nevertheless, he is often called upon by residents to defend them from lawlessness. The book was the basis for a documentary film, also titled The Guns of August. The 99 minute film, which premiered in New York City on Decemwas produced and directed by Nathan Kroll and narrated by Fritz Weaver, with the narration written by Arthur B.
Tourtellot. It used film footage found in government archives in Paris.Publisher's Summary The Texan Confederate army under General Henry H.
Sibley, their supply train destroyed by the 1st Colorado Union Volunteers at Glorieta Pass, have only one prize remaining: a battery of Union artillery captured at the Battle of Valverde.The Far Western Civil War book series by P.G.
Nagle includes books Glorieta Pass (Civil War in the Far West), The Guns of Valverde, Galveston (Civil War in the Far West), and several more. See the complete Far Western Civil War series book list in order, box sets or .