Wild Rose (Patterson Memorial)

All roads led to Gettysburg, a new look at the Civil War's pivotal battle, Troy D. Harman - hardcover

Summary
"Gettysburg Ranger and historian Troy Harman reframes the story of the Battle of Gettysburg from the historical view that it was an "accidental" battle to show that it was instead a logical and strategic clash, based on his years of researching the Civil War and studying the terrain of Gettysburg, south-central Pennsylvania, and northern Maryland"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Unique Challenges in Doing Gettysburg Battle History -- Symbolic Polarities, Water Courses, Improved Roads, Rail Links, and Passes -- Day 1 -- Union Battlefront on Monocacy River Headwaters -- Day 2, Morning -- Union Offensive Plans to Secure the Rock Creek Line -- Day 2, Afternoon -- Union Offensive Plans Shift to Left of Rock Creek Line -- Day 3 -- Focus Shifts to Center of Rock Creek Line -- Day 4 and 5 -- Full Restoration of the Rock Creek Line
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
vi, 349 pages, illustrations, maps, 24 cm
Isbn
9780811770637

Library Locations

  • Wild Rose (Patterson Memorial)

    Patterson Memorial Library 500 Division St, Wild Rose, WI, 54984, US
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