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St. Albans raid, St. Albans, Vermont

John Branch

St. Albans raid, St. Albans, Vermont

October 19, 1864.

by John Branch

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Published in St. Albans, Vt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saint Albans Confederate Raid, 1864.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCompiled and distributed by John Branch, sr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE470.95 .B73
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6334682M
    LC Control Number36006732
    OCLC/WorldCa1041895


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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Saint Albans Raid, (Oct. 19, ), in the American Civil War, a Confederate raid from Canada into Union territory; the incident put an additional strain on what were already tense relations between the United States and Canada.

On Oct. 19,about 25 Confederate soldiers based in Canada raided the town of St. Albans, Vt., killed one man, robbed three banks, and then retreated to Canadian.

The St, Albans Raid (Octo ) Views George Sanders, Montreal, The St Albans Raid Twenty-one cavalrymen, organized by Confederate agent George Sanders and led by Lieutenant Bennett Young, arrived from Canada by twos and threes over a period of nine days and took over St.

Albans, Vermont in what was to go down in history as the. It was a dramatized re-telling of the story of the St. Albans Raid, starring Anne Bancroft, Lee Marvin and Peter Graves, among others.

The Confederate commander of the real-life raid had escaped. The story of the St. Albans Raid of Oct. 19,has all the makings of a silver-screen drama. In fact, a movie, “The Raid,” did just that, although it played fast and loose with the facts.

The youthful, dashing and real-life lead character, Confederate Lt. Bennett Young, was the small band’s leader. The story of the St. Albans Raid has all the makings of a silver-screen drama. The northernmost and perhaps most unusual land action of the Civil War took place on Oct.

19,in St. Albans, Vt. On Sept. the th Anniversary of The Raid was commemorated with special events and activities throughout St. Albans. St. Albans men organized under recently discharged Union captain George Conger, F. Stewart Stranahan and John W. Newton to chase the Rebels out of town.

The complex network of the Confederate Secret Service was entangled with the raid and conspired to Author: Michelle Arnosky Sherburne. Albans at the time of the raid had a population of about 2, and as the county seat was the busiest commercial and manufacturing center north of Burlington.

Wednesday Oct. 19,the day following the village’s weekly market day, would be remembered as having started rather sleepily, but even so, there were easily hundreds and.

The St. Albans Raid may be a footnote in the great saga of a greater conflict, but it is history that’s still revered in St. Albans. Inthe community will officially mark the th anniversary of the St. Albans Raid with a three-day event including a Civil War Costume Ball and dramatic re-enactments of the raid staged on the downtown park.

> The St. Albans Raid; or, Investigation into the Charges Against Lieut. Bennett H. Young and Command, for Their Acts at St. Albans, Vt., on the 19th Oc. The raid. On Oct. 19, Young and 20 southern riders struck St.

Albans. Gunmen rounded up as many civilians as they could and held them in the centre of the town. Others seized the villagers’ horses. The balance of the rebels fanned out through the streets and plundered three of St.

Albans’ banks. All told, they hauled off more than $, The St. Albans Raid: Confederate Attack on Vermont by Michelle Arnosky Sherburne.

The History Press, Paper, ISBN: $ For most northern observers, Octomarked one of the grandest Union victories in the Civil War at Cedar Creek—a success which permanently wrested the Shenandoah Valley from Confederate control and placed General Philip H. Albans Raid - th Anniversary. likes. The th anniversary of The St.

Albans Raid, the northernmost and perhaps most unusual land action of the Civil War, is taking place in St. Albans, Followers:   Not a slashing, typical cavalry raid, the raiders slowly infiltrated St. Albans, Vermont, showing up in 2’s and 3’s over the course of 9 days, from Octo to Octousing the cover that they were merely vacationers from St.

John’s, East Canada (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) in what is now the Province of : Major Dan. Vermont was to give more men per capita to the war than any state and the attack on St.

Albans was an additional reminder of the perils of the bloody conflict. While all eyes in St. Albans had been focused on the front lines to the south, not a stone’s throw to the north, Quebec Canada was rife with Southern sympathizers, some of whom. Albans Raid In October33 delegates from around British North America converged on Quebec City to hammer out the terms of Confederation.

St. Albans Raid: They said they were Canadian tourists, but the visitors were Confederate soldiers planning an attack on Vermont Apr 5, Terri Likens There were many twists in the Civil War, but among the strangest is the case of St. Albans Raid. One of The St.

Albans Raid: Confederate Attack on Vermont several strengths is the inclusion of the photographs of many artifacts, portraits, weapons, bottles of Greek fire and buildings such as court houses and prisons. Sherburne's work is a fine example of local history well researched and well written/5(8).

St Albans Raid, one of several incidents heightening tensions between Great Britain and the US during the AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. On 19 Oct a party of Confederate agents based in Canada raided the town of St Albans, Vt. The St Albans Raid was the northern most Confederate operation against the Union in the Civil War.

A facsimile reproduction. Originally published: Montreal: J. Lovell, as "The St. Albans Raid, or, Investigation into the charges against Lieut. Bennett H. Young and command, for their acts at St. Albans, Vt., on the 19th October, Get this from a library. The St. Albans Raid: Confederate attack on Vermont.

[Michelle Arnosky Sherburne] -- "The history of the Confederate raid on St. Albans, Vermont"-- "In Octoberapproximately twenty-one Rebel soldiers took over St. Albans, Vermont, proclaiming that it was now under Confederate.

THE ST. ALBANS RAID-A BIBLIOGRAPHY By RoBIN W. WINKS THE St. Albans Raid, so well known to every Vermonter, is also probably the least understood event in Vermont history. The raid has been dealt with in an unfortunate manner and, even in stand­. The City of St.

Albans, also known as ‘The Rail City’ is comparable to a chapter book in that it is filled with so many great stories to historic downtown district has shown such resilience over the past two centuries; after all it has survived the St.

Albans Raid, several devastating fires and many industrial changes and economical challenges. 6 Why St. Albans, Vermont. 7 Intricate Planning for the "Vairmont Yankee Scare Party" 8 Who Was This Lieutenant Bennett Young.

Part II The Raid. 9 Infiltrating St. Albans 10 Wednesday, Octo p.m. 11 The Escape 12 Vermont's Call to Arms after the Raid 13 The Arrests 14 The Only Raid Casualty 15 The 4/4(1).

Albans men organized under recently discharged Union captain George Conger, F. Stewart Stranahan and John W. Newton to chase the Rebels out of town. The complex network of the Confederate Secret Service was entangled with the raid and conspired to.

The St. Albans raid was the northernmost land action of the Civil War, taking place in St. Albans, Vermont on Octo In this incident, one of the most unusual in American history, Bennett H.

Young led Confederate forces. Young had been captured in John Hunt Morgan’s raid in Ohio, but escaped to Canada in the fall of that year. Downtown St. Albans is known for its heritage and momentous events of the past, such as its railroad history, the famous St.

Albans Raid, and historic Taylor Park. But it is also becoming known for a 21st Century rebirth of prosperity and activity, from its revived streetscape and welcoming sense of place, to fine specialty shops and award-winning restaurants, to the rising star of the. Albans City is the county seat of Franklin County, Vermont, United the census, the city population was 6,St Albans City is surrounded by "St.

Albans Town", which is incorporated separately from the city of St. city is located in Northwestern Vermont in Franklin County. It lies 29 miles north of Burlington, the state's most populous city which is located in County: Franklin. Bennett Henderson Young ( – Febru ) was a Confederate officer who led forces in the St Albans raid (Octo ), a military action during the American Civil a lieutenant of the Confederate States Army, he entered Vermont from Canada and occupied the town of St.

AlbansBorn:Nicholasville, Kentucky, U.S. The attack in Vermont and sensational trials in its wake have been known ever since as “The St. Albans Raid.” This story is legendary and remains one of the most unusual incidents of the Civil War.

The details of the raid have been retold over the years from primarily Northern sources and perspectives. St. Albans Vermont, The Confederate States of America maintained government operations in Canada, from the earliest days of the Civil War. Toronto was a logical relay point for communications with Great Britain, from whom the Confederate government sought unsuccessfully to.

Vermont Civil War Monuments St. Albans Raid () \ Presented To The City And Town Of St. Albans William E. Clark Of This City * * First photograph by Jim Fouts, 18th Vermont. ALBANS, Vt.—The centennial of the St.

Albans Raid — the northernmost invasion by Confederates during the Civil War—will be observed here next Friday and Saturday. Template:Campaignbox New England Theater of the American Civil War The St. Albans Raid was the northernmost land action of the American Civil War, taking place in St.

Albans, Vermont on Octo In this unusual incident, Bennett H. Young led Confederate States Army forces. Young had become a prisoner of war after the Battle of Salineville in Ohio ended Morgan's Raid the year before.

Albans was a huge railroading town, they were the site of the northernmost CSA raid on a Union town during the Civil War, and now the entire old school building is a museum to St.

Albans history. They have recreated the old barber shop, the doctors office, a major area to the St. Albans raid insignificant displays and rooms devoted to 5/5(34). Raid Aftermath; Epilogue; Appendix: Biographies of Vermonters. Summary "The history of the Confederate raid on St. Albans, Vermont"-- Provided by publisher.

"In Octoberapproximately twenty-one Rebel soldiers took over St. Albans, Vermont, proclaiming that it was now under Confederate government control. The St. Albans Raid | September St. Albans will be celebrating the th anniversary of the St.

Albans Raid. Head to our website and like us on Facebook for all the updates on the events!. Seemingly safe in northern New England, the residents of St. Albans, Vermont, were astonished in October when a group of Confederate soldiers appeared in their midst, terrorizing residents, robbing banks, and stealing horses.

In this week’s episode of the Futility Closet podcast we’ll tell the story of the St. Albans raid, the northernmost land action of the Civil War. We’ll also.St Albans Raid. Confederate raid on St. Albans, Vermont on 19 October Northernmost action of war.

Confederacy under the command of Bennett H. Young. Get premium, high resolution news photos at .The St. Albans Raid was the northernmost land action of the American Civil War. It was a controversial raid from Canada by Confederate soldiers meant to rob banks to raise money and to trick the Union Army into diverting troops to defend their northern border against further raids.

It took place in St. Albans, Vermont, on Octo