3 edition of Through the Glorieta Pass found in the catalog.
Through the Glorieta Pass
Lavonne Jayne Adams
|Statement||Lavonne J. Adams.|
|LC Classifications||PS3601.D3776 T57 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2008934499|
This is the long promised update on Book Four–Moccasin Track–AND Books Five and Six, Footsteps and Blood At Glorieta Pass! I understand there are all sorts of dates on various online outlets ranging from last year to Aug this year. They are all incorrect! This site, our Twitter Feed and our Facebook page have the scoop. Period. Translation of glorieta at Merriam-Webster's Spanish-English Dictionary. Audio pronunciations, verb conjugations, quizzes and more.
The Battle of Glorieta Pass was fought March , , during the American Civil War () and was the culminating engagement of the New Mexico Campaign. Pushing into the New Mexico Territory in early , Brigadier General Henry H. Sibley sought to drive Union forces from the region and open a path to California. Buy The Battle of Glorieta Pass: A Gettysburg in the West, March , by Thomas S Edrington, John Taylor online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
A Visit to Historical Glorieta Pass The Battle of Glorieta Pass. The Battle of Glorieta Pass was a key skirmish between Confederate and Union troops for possession of New Mexico territory from March 26 through March 28 in Confederate Soldiers attempted to push through Union occupied territory but failed to break the blockade, eventually. Pecos National Historical Park is equally famous as a major battle site of the American Civil War. In , Union and Confederate troops fought the Battle of Glorieta Pass over three days (March ), in what was then the northern New Mexico Territory.
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Through The Glorieta Pass book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Through the Glorieta Pass, winner of the Pearl Poetry /5. Well, I was looking for a book that described the battle of Glorieta Pass in New Mexico but read a book that dealt with people only.
The battle itself only took up a half dozen pages. The rest of the book developed the characters, their relationships and where they thought they were headed. That was nice, but not a good military book/5(). Get this from a library. Through the Glorieta Pass.
[Lavonne Jayne Adams] -- Poems about the experiences of women who traveled westward, taking part in establishing the Santa Fe Trail.
Through the Glorieta Pass, winner of the Pearl Poetry Prize, is a collection of poems based on the journals and memoirs of various nineteenth-century women who traveled the Santa Fe Trail.
Along with their stories, we are also offered glimpses into the lives of the Mexican women who worked along side them, and acute insight into the ways, beliefs, and mythology 5/5(1). The Battle of Glorieta Pass, fought from March 26–28,in the northern New Mexico Territory, was the decisive battle of the New Mexico Campaign during the American Civil the "Gettysburg of the West" by some authors (a term described as one that "serves the novelist better than the historian"), it was intended as the decisive blow by Confederate Location: New Mexico Territory; modern-day.
Buy a cheap copy of Glorieta Pass (Civil War in the Far book by P.G. Nagle. It's called the Gettysburg of the West, the battle for control of Through the Glorieta Pass book Pass, near Santa Fe. At stake is a route to Colorado's gold and San Francisco's Free shipping over $/5(4).
Nagle has an intimate knowledge of the terrain and the steps leading up to and through the battle at Glorieta Pass, just outside of what was then the tiny village of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The characters are fully developed, the plot is tight, and the facts of the actual battle of Glorieta Pass are accurate/5(18). The last but not the least, is the classic book: The battle of Glorieta Pass, the First Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War, by William C.
Whitford, reprinted by the Rio Grande Press, Inc. in In the late s, Dr. Whitford, D.D., taking an AT&SF railway car, passed through the Glorieta Pass battlefield.
The Battle of Glorieta Pass, written jointly by John and retired Sandian Tom Edrington, a history buff and former deputy director of Surety Assessment Centerhit local bookstores in May. It tells the story of a three-day battle in March at Glorieta Pass where 47 Confederate and 54 Union soldiers were killed.
Glorieta Pass (elevation ft.) is a mountain pass in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New pass is at a strategic location near at the southern end of the Sangre de Cristos in east central Santa Fe County southeast of the city of Santa Fe.
Historically, the pass provided the most direct route through the mountains between the upper valley of the Pecos Location: Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. Glorieta: its Attractions Landmarks, Route 66 sights Getting to Glorieta. The village is located to the northwest of Santa Rosa along the to alignment of Route To the east is Pecos, Las Vegas, San Jose and Romeroville.
To the west, along the old Route 66is the city of Santa the southwest is Albuquerque wher the old and new alignments of. The Battle of Glorieta Pass, fought from March 26 to 28, in northern New Mexico Territory, was the decisive battle of the New Mexico Campaign during the American Civil War.
Dubbed the "Gettysburg of the West" (a term that "serves the novelist better than the historian") by some authors, it was intended as the killer blow by Confederate. Now, 50 years later, a modern history book (America Aflame by David Goldfield) tells me that "The Battle of Glorieta Pass makes it into most Civil War books primarily because readers in the Southwest and California want to be included in the great American drama.
So here it is. Editorial Reviews. Recounting the adventures of five people caught in a quandary of allegiances and passions brought on by the Civil War, this engrossing debut dramatizes the preamble to the battle between Texans fighting for the South and Union troops reinforced by ragtag Coloradans at Glorieta Pass, just outside Santa Fe, : Book View Cafe.
Next let’s hike the Battlefield Trail and explore the place where the Battle of Glorieta Pass, also known as the Gettysburg of the West, was fought. Though this pass is well-known for being a place of Civil War battle, humans have actually traveled on it for o years.
Just a drive through Glorieta Pass is an experience. The mountain walls with curtains of pine trees are a welcoming entrance to Santa Fe. It is amazing that so much history happened such a short. Between the towering Sangre de Cristo mountains and the flat-topped Glorieta Mesa lies Glorieta Pass, through which a continuously unfolding story of human culture has traveled to and from the Pecos Valley for thousands of years.
Pueblo and Plains Indians, Spanish conquerors and missionaries, Mexican and Anglo armies, Santa Fe Trail settlers. The Battle of Glorieta Pass was the first hostile engagement for the 1st Colorado Volunteers and it was a huge success.
According to the Congressionally-appointed Civil War Sites Advisory Commission, the battle had as much or more impact on the outcome of the Civil War as the battles of Gettysburg and Antietam—the battle is sometimes.
Wherever the Confederate livestock ended up, they certainly weren’t going to help the Texans. With their supplies, wagons, and animals gone, Sibley’s men forfeited the Battle of Glorieta Pass and beat a retreat for Santa Fe and, ultimately, Texas.
Most of the Coloradans headed home, too, although at least one of them returned a few years later. Reading 1: The Gettysburg of the West After following a southward swing through Glorieta Pass, he intended to join with other Confederate troops. Pyron's Texans camped at Johnson's Ranch in Apache Canyon, just west of Glorieta Pass.
When the hero of the Battle of Glorieta Pass is killed, Raines' only friend in Texas is accused of the crime. To save his friend's neck, Raines must find the real killer - or risk never making it back to Virginia alive.
A Grave at Glorieta is the fourth book in the Harrison Raines Civil War Mysteries, but you may enjoy the series in any order.The Battle of Glorieta could then be seen as a clear Union tactical and strategic victory.
Although the fighting around Pigeon’s Ranch was a draw, the Texans having gained two miles of Santa Fe Trail while taking almost identical casualties as their foe (some 48 killed and 60 wounded), the destruction of the Rebels’ supply train was an.Battles of Glorieta Pass: Struggles for the Integrity of a Civl WarBattlefield, pp., 3 maps, 20 photographs, references, 80 titles.
This study focuses on modern-day attempts to preserve the site where Union volunteers from Colorado defeated a Confederate army from Texas at Author: William Edward Hull.