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Your brother in arms : a Union soldier's odyssey

Author: Robert C Plumb; George Pressly McClelland
Publisher: Columbia, Mo. : University of Missouri Press, ©2011.
Series: Shades of blue and gray series.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Correspondence
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Plumb, Robert C.
Your brother in arms.
Columbia, Mo. : University of Missouri Press, c2011
(OCoLC)671703405
Named Person: George Pressly McClelland; George Pressly McClelland
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Plumb; George Pressly McClelland
ISBN: 9780826272508 0826272509
OCLC Number: 780531434
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, [6] p. of plates, 310 p.) : ill., maps, ports.
Contents: 1. The Volunteer --
National War Climate, Recruitment, and War Preparations, August-September 1862 --
2. Into the Fray --
Antietam, Sharpsburg Area, September-October 1862 --
3. On the March --
Maryland, Harper's Ferry, and Virginia, November-December 1862 --
4. "Carnage and Destruction" --
Fredericksburg, December 1862 --
5. Mud, Morale, and Monotony, January-April 1863 --
6. "This Coveted Ground" --
Chancellorsville, April-June 1863 --
7. Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee, June-July 1863 --
8. "Pack Up and March," August-October 1863 --
9. "Shooing Geese across a Creek" and Decision at Mine Run, October-December 1863 --
10. Winter Encampment, January-April 1864 --
11. The Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, and North Anna River --
The Overland Campaign and Hospital Recovery, April-uly 1864 --
12. "Hold on with a Bull Dog Grip" --
Petersburg, July-September 1864 --
13. "Strong Men Strengthened and the Weak Made Strong" --
Petersburg and the Weldon Railroad Raid, October-December 1864 --
14. "He Knows Not What a Day or Hour May Bring Forth" --
Dabney's Mills and Second Hatcher's Run, January-March 1865 --
15. "The Beautiful Captain" --
Five Forks, March-April 1865 --
16. "What Will Become of All These Men?" The Postwar Years, 1865-1898.
Series Title: Shades of blue and gray series.
Responsibility: Robert C. Plumb.

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