||Civil War soldiers and strategies
Civil War soldiers and strategies.
||Introduction : we have our wishes gratified -- A fair opportunity to strike a blow -- A worthy successor of Jackson -- Quite a brilliant little affair -- A thunderbolt from a cloudless sky -- Our reception is somewhat icy -- Wherever Ewell leads, we can follow -- No signs of sympathy with the rebels -- The people are all Union -- These people must have lived like lords -- No army ever fared better -- Enough to frighten us all to death -- Our army left a mark everywhere it went -- I want my requisition filled at once -- We did not come here for nothing -- The general was quite testy -- We had no idea of our destination -- Epilogue : the results are not all unsatisfactory.
||"This is about the 1863 invasion of Pennsylvania through the eyes of the soldiers and civilians who experienced it"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||1606353543 hardcover ; alkaline paper|