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Silk Flags and Cold Steel

William R. Trotter - Electronic books - 1988
Silk Flags and Cold Steel recalls the events that took place in the Piedmont region of North Carolina between late 1860 and mid-1865. Though the skirmishes in the Piedmont were ...
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George Stoneman: A Biography of the Union General

Ben Fuller Fordney - Biography & Autobiography - 207 pages
"An in-depth look at the life and military career of Major General George Stoneman, beginning with the 2,000-mile march of the Mormon Battalion and other western expeditions ...
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Victims: A True Story of the Civil War

Phillip Shaw Paludan - History - 2004 - 176 pages
In January 1863, in the isolated mountains of western North Carolina, Confederate soldiers captured and murdered thirteen victims they suspected of being Unionist guerrillas ...
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Into the Tornado of War: A History of the Twenty-First Michigan Infantry in ...

James Genco - History - 2012 - 408 pages
In the summer of 1862, a group of volunteer soldiers joined the Twenty-First Michigan Volunteer Infantry in western Michigan. For the next two and a half years, these men saw ...
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Cavalry Raids of the Civil War

Robert W. Black - HISTORY - 2014 - 289 pages
In war, the raid is the epitome of daring. Usually outnumbered, raiders launch surprise attacks behind enemy lines, taking prisoners, destroying communications, and seizing ...
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A Separate Civil War: Communities in Conflict in the Mountain South

Jonathan Dean Sarris - History - 2012 - 256 pages
Most Americans think of the Civil War as a series of dramatic clashes between massive armies led by romantic-seeming leaders. But in the Appalachian communities of North ...
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This Great Struggle: America's Civil War

Steven E. Woodworth - History - 2011 - 424 pages
Referring to the war that was raging across parts of the American landscape, Abraham Lincoln told Congress in 1862, "We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last best hope on ...
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