Lee's Miserables: Life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox

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UNC Press Books, 2002年8月1日 - 488 頁
Never did so large a proportion of the American population leave home for an extended period and produce such a detailed record of its experiences in the form of correspondence, diaries, and other papers as during the Civil War. Based on research in more

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LEE'S MISERABLES: Life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox

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A vivid history of the final year of the Civil War as experienced by Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, drawing heavily on documentary sources. Historian Power (Univ. of South Carolina) has examined ... 閱讀評論全文

Lee's miserables: life in the Army of Northern Virginia from the Wilderness to Appomattox

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A historian with the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Power has written an excellent study of life in the Army of Northern Virginia in the Civil War's final year. The result is an ... 閱讀評論全文

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Spring 1864
1
The Wilderness and Spotsylvania May 1864
14
Spotsylvania the North Anna and Cold Harbor MayJune 1864
40
Cold Harbor to Petersburg June 1864
69
The Shenandoah Valley to Washington and Back JuneAugust 1864
90
The Siege of Petersburg and the Crater JuneJuly 1864
109
The Shenandoah Valley Winchester Fishers Hill and Cedar Creek AugustDecember 1864
141
The Siege of Petersburg and the Richmond Front Deep Bottom through Burgess Mill AugustNovember 1864
179
The PetersburgRichmond Front Winter Quarters and Hatchers Run November 1864February 1865
217
The PetersburgRichmond Front Fort Stedman Five Forks Sailors Creek and Appomattox FebruaryApril 1865
245
The Last Hope of the South The Army of Northern Virginias Last Year in Retrospect
286
Notes
323
Bibliography
419
Index
451
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J. Tracy Power is a historian with the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

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