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With an introduction by Wade Hall Morris Grubbs has sifted through vintage classics, little-known gems, and stunning debuts to assemble this collection of forty stories by popular and critically acclaimed writers. Land Operations in Virginia in Confederate Soldiers in Virginia Richmond Becomes the Capital. The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The Tarnished Thirtyfifth Star.
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Sort order. Mar 03, Jon Humphrey rated it really liked it Shelves: book-list , civil-war. So many popular Civil War books describe the military aspects of the conflict in a very fine level of detail.
Virginia at War, 1861
This book offers a welcomed shift of focus to other ways that the conflict impacted the Commonwealth. From the influence of events outside of Virginia on the state's move to secession and the subsequent political machinations that brought the capitol to Richmond to the ways that the rural background of the typical solider factored into the South's military prowess or lack thereof.
The So many popular Civil War books describe the military aspects of the conflict in a very fine level of detail.
The large diary excerpt provided at the end of the book provides an on the ground perspective of how the war impacted civilians. The essays are readily accessible for those of us who are not well versed in the details of the period. These perspectives offer a more complete picture of this critical year in the history of Virginia and how those events impacted the course of the Civil War. Even if you're not biased towards the perspective of the South.
First Battle of Bull Run - Dates, Location & Who Won - HISTORY
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