Sheridan: the life and wars of General Phil Sheridan

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Crown Publishing Group, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 464 pages
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U.S. Army General Phil Sheridan never lost a battle. Against Confederate armies and Indian warriors, he engaged the enemy with a ferocity that forever ended any notions Americans had about war being a chivalrous enterprise. This is the first truly definitive biography of "Little Phil", one of the most effective and controversial soldiers in America's history. Two 8-page inserts; 4 maps.

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Roy Morris, Jr., is the editor of Military Heritage and the author of six previous books on nineteenth-century American history and literature, including The Better Angel: Walt Whitman in the Civil War.

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