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From the Publisher"Provides perspective on a variety of military, political and social issues related to the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864."
— The Washington Times
"This book is of real interest. The writing is good, the research strong."
— Louisiana History
"A great compilation of essays dealing with the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864. . . . Original and thoroughly researched. . . . Provide[s] historians and buffs alike with new material to consider when examining the Civil War."
"The delight found in these essays glimmers in the rummaging eye. . . . Gallagher's bazaar of scholars, mature and youthful, academic and independent, is open to a curious and treasure-hunting public."
— Military History of the West
"Provide[s] historians and buffs alike with new material to consider when examining the Civil War."
"For scholars . . . the volume offers significant new studies. More general Civil War readers will find the essays . . . informative, engaging, and well-written."
— Civil War History
"[The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864] will be of value to any student of the war."
— Nymas Review
"A valuable book that is essential reading for anyone interested in the Valley Campaign of 1864."
— Military Images
"An intelligent, readable collection of essays, the work fully meets the high standards of its predecessor volumes."
Gordon C. Rhea, author of Carrying the Flag: The Story of Private Charles Whilden, the Confederacy's Most Unlikely Hero