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Journal of Southern History
All these essays enhance understanding of the Peninsular campaign.
Civil War History
Gallagher's editorial efforts have once again added significantly to the literature of the Civil War.
Journal of American History
Another fine addition to the University of North Carolina Press's 'Military Campaigns of the Civil War' series.
American Historical Review
Virginia Quarterly Review
|A Civil War Watershed: The 1862 Richmond Campaign in Perspective||3|
|The Seven Days of George Brinton McClellan||28|
|I Only Wait for the River: McClellan and His Engineers on the Chickahominy||44|
|Sleepless in the Saddle: Stonewall Jackson in the Seven Days||66|
|The Great Paragon of Virtue and Sobriety: John Bankhead Magruder and the Seven Days||96|
|A Feeling of Restless Anxiety: Loyalty and Race in the Peninsula Campaign and Beyond||121|
|The Seven Days and the Radical Persuasion: Convincing Moderates in the North of the Need for a Hard War||153|
|The Men Who Carried This Position Were Soldiers Indeed: The Decisive Charge of Whiting's Division at Gaines's Mill||181|
|One Solid Unbroken Roar of Thunder: Union and Confederate Artillery at the Battle of Malvern Hill||217|