Richmond Burning: The Last Days of the Confederate Capital
A STUNNING NARRATIVE THAT CAPTURES THE EXPERIENCES OF THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO WITNESSED THE TUMULTUOUS FALL OF THE PROUD CONFEDERATE CAPITAL
'Unlike many of his predecessors, Lankford is able to see the fall of Richmond without Lost Cause blinders or magnolia-suffused sentimentality.'
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Garp83 - LibraryThing
After deeply immersing myself in Civil War studies during the past four years of the sesquicentennial – including battlefield visits and tours, a weekend seminar with noted nonagenarian historian Ed ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MagisterLudi - LibraryThing
Narrative History. What's not to like? Lankford has pored through diaries, newspapers, etc. to create this hour by hour account of the last days of Richmond during the American Civil War. He does have ... Read full review