General Lee's city: an illustrated guide to the historic sites of Confederate Richmond
In five driving tours that cover 106 historic sites, this book conjures Richmond as it was during the Civil War. Firsthand accounts and original illustrations capture the turbulence of the times.
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War Comes to Richmond1861
Fighting Comes Close1862
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