Thoughts and musings of award-winning Civil War author J. David Petruzzi
J.D., Many thanks for the compliment - it's a work in progress. I'm the co-creator of the Myles Keogh site and was looking to contact you. Can you leave your e-mail address at firstname.lastname@example.org?
J.D.I have recently been devouring books on LBH and was wondering if you have a favorite. Who better to ask than a cavalry historian. Thanks for the tip on the Keogh website, this will fit into my current reading.Bill
My pleasure Robert - the site definitely deserves the PR! I'll send you my email. Keep up the great work - I check it out every day.J.D.
Hi Bill,Many of my LBG books I've gotten from Upton and Sons. Hard to pick a favorite - actually, Keogh is my favorite personality to study. I have two biographical volumes on him, both of which are pretty hard to find.My interest in Myles began because of his service on Buford's staff - and he was, of course, a favorite personality of Pohanka's.J.D.
Bill,For what it's worth, we compiled a top five for books on LBH and Keogh - cut & paste links below;http://www.myleskeogh.org/2008/11/top-5-books-about-custer-and-little-big.htmlhttp://www.myleskeogh.org/2008/11/top-5-books-about-myles-keogh.html
Thanks Doyle1876 and JD for the info on the books. I've actually read the Stewart book (favorite so far) as well as the Utley and Gray books. I have used the Graham book also for reference. I have bookmarked your site as I have interest in Keogh as well. Thanks againBill O'Brien
Hi J.D..Thanks for posting this site.Keogh is a close second favorite personality to study.I am looking forward to following this site, and learning more of Miles Keogh.Rae-Ann McDonald