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THEIR MARYLAND: The Army of Northern Virginia From the Potomac Crossing to Sharpsburg in September 1862

THEIR MARYLAND: The Army of Northern Virginia From the Potomac Crossing to Sharpsburg in September 1862
by Rossino, Alexander

1-228730

Addresses issues: Did supply problems in Virginia force Lee north to press the advantage he had won after the Battle of Second Manassas? What did Rebel troops believe about the strength of secessionist sentiment in Maryland, and why? Did the entire Army of Northern Virginia really camp at Best's Farm near Frederick, Maryland? Did D. H. Hill lose Special Orders No. 191, or is there more to the story? How did Maryland civilians respond to the Rebel army in their midst, and what part did women play? Finally, why did Robert E. Lee choose to fight at Sharpsburg, and how personally was he involved in directing the fighting?

Reassesses the history of Robert E. Lee's 1862 Maryland Campaign in seven chapters:

Rebel Revolutionary: Did Robert E. Lee Hope to Foment Rebellion in Maryland in September 1862
High Hope for Liberating Maryland: The Army of Northern Virginia Crosses the Potomac River, September 4-7, 1862
Four Days on the Monocacy: Confederate Encampments Near Frederick City and the Implications for the Lost Orders Debate
Dreams Dashed on the Rocks of Reality: The Army of Northern Virginia's Mixed Reception in Maryland
Rebels Photographed in Frederick, Maryland: The Case for September 1862
The Army of Northern Virginia Makes a Stand: A Critical Assessment of Robert E. Lee's Defensive Strategy at Sharpsburg on September 15-16, 1862
A Very Personal Fight: The Role of Robert E. Lee on the Field at Sharpsburg, September 17, 1862

1 vol, 312 pgs 2021 US, SAVAS BEATIE
NEW-dj, available early December 2021 ......$33.00 rct

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