The Peninsula Campaign of 1862: Yorktown to the Seven Daysby William J. Miller
George B. McClellan got closer to Richmond than any previous Union general by a bold amphibious landing, but lost his advantage due to his own indecision and Robert E. Lee's superior generalship. The essays in this volume on the campaign include ones by Robert E. L. Krick, Terry L. Jones, Carmen B. Grayson, William J. Miller, Mac Wyckoff, and Peter S. Carmichael.
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