Mr. Lincoln's Army

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Anchor Books, 1990 - History - 363 pages
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Author of more than a dozen books on Civil War history, Catton is renowned for his vivid and lyrical narratives. The Army of the Potomac Trilogy, Catton's most widely ready work, is recounts the bitter struggle between the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Virginia, and this first volume chronicles the early years under the command of General McClellan.

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User Review  - TommyElf - LibraryThing

Let me be open, clear and honest here at the start - I am not a Civil War buff whatsoever. My knowledge of the Civil War comes from the old, musty lectures of History teachers in my Junior High School ... Read full review

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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

A necessary Corrective to Shelby Foote's "The Civil War: A Narrative", is Mr. Catton's History of the Army of the Potomac, of which this is the First Volume of Three. MacClellan made the Army of the ... Read full review

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Bruce Catton (1899 1978) was known as a narrative historian who specialized in popular histories that emphasized the colorful characters and vignettes of history, in addition to the simple dates, facts, and analysis. He was one of four founders of "American Heritage" magazine, where he served as a writer, reviewer, and editor.

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