Confederate Goliath: The Battle of Fort Fisher
Rod Gragg's Confederate Goliath is the first comprehensive account of the battle for Fort Fisher. Drawing from his thoroughgoing research in official records as well as numerous first-person accounts in diaries, memoirs, and letters, Gragg has constructed a powerful, fast-paced narrative that describes in detail the individuals and events associated with that dramatic passage in America's Civil War.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jcbrunner - LibraryThing
At the end of 1864, the Confederacy was doomed. Wilmington was the only major port still open to blockade runners. The Union command decided to sever this last link to the outside world by an attack ... Read full review
Confederate Goliath: the battle of Fort FisherUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Given the popularity of the recent PBS series on the Civil War, this account should do well. Gragg ( The Civil War Quiz and Fact Book , LJ 6/15/85) writes crisply about an engaging cast of scoundrels ... Read full review