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The Maryland Campaign of 1862 and Its Aftermath
     

The Maryland Campaign of 1862 and Its Aftermath

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by Mark Snell, Theodore P. Savas (Editor)
 
A follow-up to the popular Volume Five, No. 3 in the series, Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862, this volume offers six essays by leading scholars, including Ted Alexander, Antietam's National Park historian. Topics include: The final assault by Burnside's Ninth Corps and its repulse; a compelling and tragic account of Antietam civilians; the remarkable saga of a

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A follow-up to the popular Volume Five, No. 3 in the series, Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862, this volume offers six essays by leading scholars, including Ted Alexander, Antietam's National Park historian. Topics include: The final assault by Burnside's Ninth Corps and its repulse; a compelling and tragic account of Antietam civilians; the remarkable saga of a Confederate staff officer from a previously unpublished journal; the Corn Exchange Regiment at the Battle of Shepherdstown (which ended the campaign), and more. Also includes book reviews and an interview with a leading Antietam historian.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781882810567
Publisher:
Da Capo Press
Publication date:
10/01/1998
Series:
Civil War Regiments Series , #2
Pages:
203
Product dimensions:
0.49(w) x 6.04(h) x 9.01(d)

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