Admirals and Generals: describes in vivid detail what may have occurred in the United States military from 1833 to 1877. It is the continuation of The Caldwell Series. The narration is by a retired career naval officer, born in Beaufort, South Carolina. The historical events of 1833 through 1877 are carefully followed. The imagination of the author provides rich characters in powerful settings from the playing fields of West Point to the summer cruises from Annapolis, Maryland. The time old love story between a man and a woman continues throughout this book when the naval officer proposes to a fellow student at Georgetown Graduate School. Scenes are set carefully with attention to accurate research of the Low Country in South Carolina as well as our Nation's Capital circa 1833-1877. The People's Standard History of the United States written by Edward S. Ellis and published in 1895 by Western Book Syndicate and copyrighted by the Woolfall company have provided background materials, maps of the period and needed information on how the federal government was organized and functioned during this period of history.102 Return to Seneca Hill Summer 1870 We left Virginia City before Easter which was in mid April. ... Both were from the Pittsburgh area and they wanted to meet the opposite a#39;s parents and relatives before they were married in June. ... A letter arrived from Horace Greeley. THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE April 30, 1870 Admiral J. E. Caldwell Seneca Hill Oil City, Pennsylvania Dear Admiral ... The current state of affairs within the Republican Party makes this recommendation a little strange.
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