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Shenandoah summer : the 1864 valley campaign

Author: Scott C Patchan
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2007.
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Jubal A Early's disastrous battles in the Shenandoah Valley ultimately resulted in his ignominious dismissal. But Early's summer campaign of 1864 had a significant impact on the political and  Read more...

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Patchan, Scott C., 1966-
Shenandoah summer.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c2007
(OCoLC)608168358
Named Person: Jubal Anderson Early; Jubal Anderson Early
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Scott C Patchan
ISBN: 9780803237544 0803237545 9780803218864 0803218869
OCLC Number: 74964493
Description: xii, 394 p. : ill., plans ; 24 cm.
Contents: The most successful expedition: retreat from Washington, July 11-12, 1864 --
Who has the management: Union pursuit, July 11-15, 1864 --
But little is expected from our pursuit: Loudoun Valley to the Blue Ridge, July 16-17, 1864 --
Whipped most awfully: the Battle of Cool Spring, July 18, 1864 --
The panic was over: the Battle of Cool Spring, July 18, 1864 --
Rock them like all creation: Berry's Ferry and Kabletown, July 19, 1864 --
A miracle of execution: the Battle of Rutherford's Farm, July 20, 1864 --
The object of the expedition accomplished: Wright leaves the valley, July 19-22, 1864 --
A cavalry scare: prelude to Kernstown, July 23, 1864 --
Attack the enemy at once: the second Battle of Kernstown, July 23-24, 1864 --
A perfect stampede: the second Battle of Kernstown, July 24, 1864 --
Bull Run was nothing in comparison: retreat to the Potomac, July 24-27, 1864 --
Defeat was a matter of course: the second Battle of Kernstown analysis --
Burn the entire town: McCausland's Chambersburg raid, July 28 --
August 4, 1864 --
Like a fiery meteor: the Battle of Moorefield, August 1864 --
L'Envoi: conclusion.
Responsibility: Scott C. Patchan.
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