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The General and the Texas : a pictorial…
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The General and the Texas : a pictorial history of the Andrews Raid, April… (1999)

by Stan Cohen

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One of the most famous commando-type raids of the Civil War comes to life! Twenty Union soldiers and two civilians hijacked a train. Their mission - to head north and destroy bridges, rails and rolling stock on the Western & Atlantic Railroad connecting Atlanta and Chattanooga. As the Raiders headed north, Confederates commandeered several engines, including the "Texas," and the great locomotive chase was on.

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