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"This book offers detailed, in-depth analyses of key events or overlooked aspects of an important campaign.
Journal of Southern History"
This book is an excellent addition to the Civil War student's shelf.
Blue & Gray Magazine
Well conceived and well presented.
Richmond Times Dispatch
"An important contribution to our understanding of this complex campaign.
The Free Lance-Star (Fredericksburg, Va.)"
"Overall, these essays . . . tend to intrigue and enlighten the serious student of the Civil War.
H-Net Reviews "
|Great Expectations: Ulysses S. Grant, the Northern Press, and the Opening of the Wilderness Campaign||1|
|Our Hearts Are Full of Hope: The Army of Northern Virginia in the Spring of 1864||36|
|I Dread the Spring: The Army of the Potomac Prepares for the Overland Campaign||66|
|Union Cavalry in the Wilderness: The Education of Philip H. Sheridan and James H. Wilson||106|
|Escaping the Shadow of Gettysburg: Richard S. Ewell and Ambrose Powell Hill at the Wilderness||136|
|"Lee to the Rear," the Texans Cried||160|
|The Other Grant: Lewis A. Grant and the Vermont Brigade in the Battle of the Wilderness||201|
|Like a Duck on a June Bug: James Longstreet's Flank Attack, May 6, 1864||236|