Rebellion Road 12761

Rebellion Road 12761

by Joseph Ryan

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Rebellion Road 12761 by Joseph Ryan

A fictional narrative of General Lee's advance from Richmond to Sharpsburg, in 1862. The narrative is based on a thirty-year investigation of the objective facts which is illustrated by the videos at JoeRyanCivilWar youtube channel. Rebellion and revolution, freedom and bondage, sovereignty and subjugation: these are the competing human conditions that fill the scenes in the novel. The story begins as Lincoln assumes the office of President, tricks the Confederate government into bombarding Fort Sumter, and seizes upon the immense power of the Union to come within a hair's breath of knocking Virginia out of the war, only to be thwarted at the last possible moment by the sudden appearance of General Lee in the field. The story then gives the reader the amazing chronicle of Lee's army that follows: Lee maneuvering three Union armies out of Virginia, and then risking the annihilation of the exhausted remmant that reaches the Potomac with him, at the Battle of Antietam on Constitution Day.

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BN ID: 2940148539254
Publisher: Joseph Ryan
Publication date: 07/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Joe Ryan, a Los Angeles trial lawyer, has written a narrative about the military events in the East, in 1862, which is based upon an investigation of the records of the Rebellion and the experience of traveling the route of the Army of Northern Virginia, from Richmond to Sharpsburg, many times.

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