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  1. The Burning : Sheridan's Devastation of the Shenandoah Valley by John L. Heatwole, 1998-10-01
  2. Glory Enough for All: Sheridan's Second Raid and the Battle of Trevilian Station by Eric J. Wittenberg, 2007-07-01
  3. Little Phil: A Reassessment of the Civil War Leadership of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan by Eric J. Wittenberg, 2002-01-01
  4. Banners at Shenandoah
  5. Battle Cry by Chet Cunningham, 2001-08
  6. Battle of Cedar Creek: Showdown in the Shenandoah, October 1-30th, 1864 (The Virginia Civil War Battles and Leaders Series) by Theodore Mahr, 1992-03
  7. The Guns of Cedar Creek by Thomas A. Lewis, 1990-02-01

21. 150. Sheridan's Ride. Thomas Buchanan Read. Yale Book Of American Verse
Thomas R. Lounsbury, ed. (1838–1915). Yale Book of American Verse. 1912. Thomas Buchanan Read. 1822–1872 150. Sheridan's Ride
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22. PBS - THE WEST - Philip Henry Sheridan
Philip Henry Sheridan (18311888) A ruthless warrior, General Philip Sheridan played a decisive role in the army's long campaign against the native peoples of the plains, forcing
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A ruthless warrior, General Philip Sheridan played a decisive role in the army's long campaign against the native peoples of the plains, forcing them onto reservations with the tactics of total war. Sheridan was born in Albany, New York, in 1831, but grew up in Ohio. He attended West Point and, after a year's suspension for assaulting a fellow cadet with a bayonet, graduated near the bottom of his class in 1853. Like all the U.S. generals of the Indian wars, Sheridan gained his military experience in the Civil War. An obscure lieutenant serving in Oregon when Fort Sumter was shelled, Sheridan rose to the command of the Union's cavalry by the time the Confederacy surrendered. He saw action in Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and in Virginia, where his campaign through the Shenandoah Valley laid waste to an important source of Confederate supplies. At Petersburg he won an important victory that halted Robert E. Lee's retreat from Richmond and helped bring the war to an end. After the war, Sheridan was first given command over Texas and Louisiana, where his support for Mexican Republicans helped speed the collapse of Maximillian's regime and where his harsh treatment of former Confederates led to charges of "absolute tyranny." Within six months he was transferred to the Department of the Missouri, where he immediately shaped a battle plan to crush Indian resistance on the southern plains.

23. Personal Memoirs Of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army — Complete - P
Sheridan, Philip Henry, 18311888 Title Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army — Complete Cover Art Language English LoC Class
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Author Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888 Title Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army — Complete Language English LoC Class E456: History: America: Civil War period (1861-1865) Subject Generals United States Biography Subject United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Campaigns Subject United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives Subject United States. Army Biography Subject Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888 Subject Indians of North America Wars 1866-1895 Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jun 1, 2004 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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24. Sheridan's Ride At Chickamauga
Sheridan left the field, contribued nothing to Thomas' defense of Snodgrass Hill and later lied about it.
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Sheridan's Ride at Chickamauga Sheridan left the field, contributed nothing to Thomas' defense of Snodgrass Hill, and later lied about it.
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N.B.: All Official Records citations refer to the serial number of the volume and the page number.
Mcfeely wrote in his Grant biography (pg. 221) this about another little man on a big horse: "Sheridan, the fiery little man in whom so many of Grant's private urges found expression...."
The commanders on the division level and above who left the field of Chickamauga on the 20 Sept. 1863 were sidelined for the rest of the war, except Davis and Sheridan . Davis saved himself later that afternoon by the gesture of promptly or fairly promptly reversing direction when so ordered, but Sheridan decided that his battle was over and marched away, allegedly with the intention of returning via Rossville to support Thomas's northern flank.
Numerous commentators have taken Sheridan's account of his activities that afternoon in his report and in his "Personal Memoirs" at face value. The following passage quoted from a recent book about Chickamauga is not footnoted, most of it is not supported by anything in the Official Records, and is typical of the treatment of this question by many authors:

"Phil Sheridan had kept his part of the bargain purportedly This Terrible Sound , 1996, pp 500-501).

25. Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888 | LibraryThing
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26. SHERIDAN, Philip Henry, Autographs, Letters, Documents, Manuscripts
SHERIDAN, Philip Henry ALS to Sniffen SHERIDAN, Philip Henry (18311888). American army commander. Autograph Letter Signed to Sniffen, 1 pages 8vo (inlaid
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27. | Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)
SHERIDAN, PHILIP HENRY (1831–1888). Philip Henry Sheridan, United States Army officer, son of John and Mary (Meenagh) Sheridan, was born on March 6, 1831.
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28. Project Gutenberg Titles By Philip Henry Sheridan (Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-
Project Gutenberg Titles by Philip Henry Sheridan (Sheridan, Philip Henry, 18311888)
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29. The National Parks: America's Best Idea: History Episode 1 Page 5 | PBS
Learn more about the National Parks system and the parks featured in this documentary. View video clips from the television series and find links to all the national parks.
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    Add to Scrapbook General Phillip Sheridan with party at Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park, 1881 // save the thumb and caption as $.data on the trigger so we don't have to parse them out later $('#scrapbook-add-582') .data('thumb', 'http://www-tc.pbs.org/nationalparks/media/photos/10000/S10233-thumb.jpg') .data('caption','General Phillip Sheridan with party at Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park, 1881'); Grinnell General Philip Sheridan , a cavalry hero of the Civil War and celebrated Indian fighter, who was now commander of the U.S. Army for much of the West. Sheridan even suggested that Yellowstone should be expanded to provide greater protection for the elk and buffalo. The idea was immediately opposed by Western politicians who believed that Yellowstone was already too big. In Washington, Grinnell, Sheridan and Missouri Senator George Vest took on the railroad lobby directly, calling for an investigation into the park contracts, proposing the expansion of Yellowstone, and trying to write park regulations concerning hunting into law.

    30. American Currency Exhibit: Metal Standards - Treasury Coin Notes
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    31. The Memoirs Of General Philip H. Sheridan, Volume I., Part 2 By Sheridan, Philip
    The Memoirs of General Philip H. Sheridan, Volume I., Part 2 by Sheridan, Philip Henry, General, 18311888
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    32. Seolist Of S, Sheridan, | Dictionary.com
    Seolist of s, sheridan, philip henry at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
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    33. Philip Henry Sheridan Biography
    Sheridan, Philip Henry, Indian fighting in the fifties in Oregon and Washington Territories, Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press, 1987. Sheridan, Philip Henry, Personal memoirs of P
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    34. Handbook Of Texas Online - SHERIDAN, PHILIP HENRY
    SHERIDAN, PHILIP HENRY (1831–1888). Philip Henry Sheridan, United States Army officer, son of John and Mary (Meenagh) Sheridan, was born on March 6, 1831.
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    35. | Texas State Historical Association (TSHA)
    return to handbook view. SHERIDAN, PHILIP HENRY (1831–1888). Philip Henry Sheridan, United States Army officer, son of John and Mary (Meenagh) Sheridan, was born on March 6, 1831.
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    36. Philip Henry Sheridan
    Philip Henry Sheridan. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Born at Albany, N.Y., U.S.A., 6 March, 1831; died at Nonquitt, Mass, 5 August, 1888. His family were among the Catholic pioneers
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