Re-Enactment, DVD Filmed on location in Blue Springs/Mosheim, Tennessee
on October 16, 2004
Only $ 14.95Includes shipping.
Samples, Chapter 5, duration 7:11 Broadband 7.05 mb - 320 x 240, 1/10th quality Dial-up Modem 2.27 mb - 160 x 120, 1/50th quality
Both samples are in Microsoft Windows Media Streams
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The "Battle of Blue Springs", DVD is complete and is available for purchase here! The DVD has completed having the audio track balanced, adjusted and where necessary enhanced. VHS Video tape also available simply specify "VHS tape" in the comments of your order
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This DVD includes approx one hour of live battle action, followed by a nine minute slide show of the "Still Shot" photos shot during the day by both photographers, Plus two "Old Time, (black & white with enhanced action)" Style shorts, one of the artillery preparation and one of the encampments depicting the lifestyle of the era.
Included with the DVD is an insert with the details of the actual 1863 Battle of Blue Springs. The insert includes full statistics, compiled from the "Battle Reports" as reported by both sides. An excerpt from the insert appears below . . .
Listed Military Campaign
East Tennessee Campaign of 1863 Actual Battle Dates:
Several Skirmishes during the first week of October
Actual Battle Commenced on October 10, 1863,
Ended on October 11, 1863 Principal Commanders
Maj Gen Ambrose E Burnside, Union Service
Brig Gen John S Williams, Confederate Service Estimated Casualties
Approx 100 US Soldiers and Cavalrymen
Approx 216 Confederate Soldiers and Cavalrymen Units Engaged include
Department of the Ohio, US
1st Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
14th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
2nd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
3rd Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
5th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion
Union Cavalry Division, 23rd Army Corps
1st Division, 9th Army Corps
4th Kentucky Cavalry Regiment
10th Kentucky Battalion
1st Georgia Brigade
1st Louisiana Brigade
64th Virginia Regiment
79th New York Volunteers
A Union expedition into East Tennessee, lead by Maj Gen Ambrose E Burnside, commander of the Department of the Ohio. His mission included attempting to secure the saltworks beyond Abington, . . .
The rest of the story is in the actual DVD insert. Order yours today . . .
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