Baptism at Bull Run
The great-grandson of a man who rode with Jeb Stuart's cavalry during the Civil War recounts the horrors of one of the first big battles--Bull Run--movingly portraying the officers and ordinary soldiers from both sides who bled and spilled blood in this tragic encounter.
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