Stoneman's Raid, 1865 (Google eBook)
In the spring of 1865, Federal major general George Stoneman launched a cavalry raid deep into the heart of the Confederacy. Despite its geographic scope, Stonemans 1865 raid failed in its primary goal of helping to end the war. Based on exhaustive research in thirty-four repositories in twelve states and from more than 200 books and newspapers, Hartleys book tells the complete story of Stonemans 1865 raid for the first time.
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Driving Dixie DownUser Review - James Durney - Borders
As the Civil War was ending, massive cavalry raids became a staple of Union activity. With major CSA armies tied to fixed points or unable to break contact, many areas were almost undefended. A ... Read full review
Review: Stoneman's Raid, 1865User Review - Steve - Goodreads
A fascinating and scholarly work giving the planning & execution of the Union march through western NC, southern VA, and southeastern TN. I am particularly impressed by the descriptions by Mr. Hartley of the interactions between the Union troops and the civilians they encountered. Read full review