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Roads from Gettysburg
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After the worst three-day battle in American history at Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac marched from the fields of Pennsylvania to the Potomac River. Historians have recorded this movement from the perspective of the generals and their tactics. In Roads from Gettysburg, author John W. Schildt lets the soldiers and civilians tell the story in a much more poignant manner. The wealth of firsthand accounts in this work make it a worthwhile volume for both serious students of the Gettysburg Campaign and those that just like to read about the Civil War.
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