All Pat McNeely

Featured Products

Product Description
The destinies of President Lincoln, General Sherman and Confederate President Davis are forever bound to the Lost Confederate Gold, but questions still linger about those astonishing events:
* Why did President Lincoln want the Confederate President and his cabinet to “escape the country” after the war?
* Why did President Johnson’s administration believe General Sherman had been bribed with Confederate gold to let Jefferson Davis escape through North Carolina?
* Who were the Confederate secret agents who had been in Canada, and why was a reward issued for their capture after Lincoln was assassinated?
* How did John Wilkes Booth escape so easily across a guarded bridge after Lincoln’s assassination, and why do the descendants of John Wilkes Booth want DNA samples from the 3 vertebrae taken during the autopsy of the man believed to be the killer?
* Why did the Federal government launch decades of lawsuits and send treasury agents in search of gold in the Confederate states and England?
* Why was neutral England asked to cede Canada and forced to pay $15.5 million to the United States after the war?
Find the answers in this intriguing new book about the amazing last days of the Civil War.
Product Description
General William T. Sherman created a new form of physical, economic and psychological “total warfare” against civilians and private property in Georgia and the Carolinas that he readily admitted would be violent and cruel. “If the people raise a howl against my barbarity and cruelty, I will answer that war is war, and not popularity-seeking," he said. "If they want peace, they and their relatives must stop the war.” In addition to physical and economic assaults, he designed a massive psychological strategy designed to cripple the Confederacy, to destroy the faith of civilians in their leaders and their government, and to kill the will of the people to fight for their cause. The military orders that Sherman issued in Atlanta and throughout his campaign were so carefully worded that he could and did truthfully deny giving orders for robbing, stealing, destroying and burning personal and private property on the circuitous route from Atlanta to Goldsboro, N.C., And he could and did, when necessary, blame the nearest Confederates, no matter how far away they were, for atrocities committed by his men. Even though Sherman openly admitted most of his strategies and his efforts to “mystify the enemy,” those elements have been all but overlooked through the years. However, they were an integral part of the campaign that would help end the Civil War in 1865.


Latest News

  • Gators notebook: Muschamp challenges team to focus on game, not him; Durkin ...

    11/22/14 ,via Florida Times-Union

    Other seniors that contributed Saturday included: wide receiver Michael McNeely (two catches for 36 yards and a touchdown); running back Mack Brown (two rushes); long snapper Drew Ferris (seven PAT kicks and one field goal); tight end Clay Burton (one 

  • Family Notices L - P, Friday November 21

    11/20/14 ,via Belfast Telegraph

    LAWTHER, WILLIAM PATRICK BARRY (BARRY) - November 18, 2014. Deeply regretted by brother-in-law Gregory and sister-in-law Avril Sadly missed by her sister Ervie and the McNeely family. The Lord is my Shepherd. MONTGOMERY. MONTGOMERY 


@chaddukes @granthpaulsen @funnydanny DEVILED EGGS 11/25/14, @Pat_McNeely



  • Seeking a Voice

    Purdue University Press. 2014. ISBN: 1557535051,9781557535054. 347 pages.

    This volume chronicles the media's role in reshaping American life during the tumultuous nineteenth century by focusing specifically on the presentation of race and gender in the newspapers and magazines of the time. The work is divided into four parts: Part I, "Race Reporting," details the various ways in which America's racial minorities were portrayed; Part II, "Fires of Discontent," looks at the moral and religious opposition to slavery by the abolitionist movement and demonstrates how that opposition was echoed by African Americans themselves; Part III, "The Cult of True Womanhood," examines the often disparate ways in which American women were portrayed in the national media as they assumed a greater role in public and private life; and Part IV, "Transcending the Boundaries," traces the lives of pioneering women journalists who sought to alter and expand their gender's participation in American life, showing how the changing role of women led to various journalistic attempts to depict and define women through sensationalistic news coverage of female crime stories.

Bing news feed

  • Ernest D. “Fuzzy” Jones

    11/12/14 ,via Baxley News-Banner

    Survivors include his wife, Sarah Harleen Jones of Baxley; a daughter, Mary Evette Jones of Atlanta; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Bobbie and Billy McNeely of Swainsboro, Mary Akins of Blackshear and Pat and Eugene Rouse of Jesup. Several nieces and ...

  • New sheriff: Mayfield beats Grudek in Carroll County race

    11/07/14 ,via Carroll County News

    Randy Mayfield breathes a sigh of relief while getting a congratulatory pat on the back from Carroll County Assessor ... Republican Donald W. McNeely was re-elected as District 8 JP. McNeely received 332 votes (61.9 percent), while his Republican ...

  • Regional deaths

    Patricia S. Schober, 83, Tigerton ... Dr. Margaret Ives Leonard, 96, Wausau, Oct. 28. Erna A. McNeely, 89, Loyal, Oct. 28. David Wittenberg, 79, Pittsville, Oct. 28. Steven M. Young, 60, Marshfield, Oct. 28. Marvin DeWitt, 85, Saratoga, Oct. 29.


Pat McNeely Atlanta, GA 30005

Pat McNeely DESIGN offers a multi faceted combination of artistic skill sets, with a focus on creative possibilities. Experienced broadcast know how in all phases of ...

Pat McNeely Profiles | Facebook

Search Results for Pat McNeely. Pat McNeely. Actor at Actor Studied Elementary Education at graduated Lives in Los Angeles, California

Pat McNeely - IMDb

Pat McNeely, Actress: John Dies at the End. Pat McNeely is known for her work on John Dies at the End (2012), Lake Dead (2007) and Lost Lake (2012).

Pat Mcneely profiles | LinkedIn

View the profiles of professionals named Pat Mcneely on LinkedIn. There are 25 professionals named Pat Mcneely, who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and ...

Pat McNeely

Pat McNeely

Pat McNeely Design Winner Pat McNeely and his dog, Koda at the Beneful ...

Pat McNeely Design Winner Pat McNeely and his dog, Koda at the Beneful ...

Pat McNeely Purina's Arden Moore (left front) with Pat McNeely (blue ...

Pat McNeely Purina's Arden Moore (left front) with Pat McNeely (blue ...

  • Patricia McNeely
  • Patrick McNeely
  • McNeely Painting
  • Patrick McNeely on Twitter
  • Facebook Pat McNeely
  • Vanessa Viola
  • Kelsey Crane