Title The Gettysburg Diaries: War Journals Of Two American Adversaries.
Book Condition Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition.
Edition Reprint Edition. Published previously as 35 Days to Gettysburg.
Publisher Gramercy Publishing Company, New York: 1992.
Seller ID 68352X1
Often considered a crucial turning point in the American Civil War, the Battle of Gettysburg produced the most casualties of any of the Civil War battles. The Gettysburg Diaries is an intriguing book that intertwines the daily journal entries of two opposing Civil War soldiers. The author follows the diaries penned by Thomas Lewis Ware, a Confederate soldier from rural Georgia, and Franklin Horner, a Union soldier from the coal country of Pennsylvania, as they make their way to the Battle of Gettysburg. Includes an Index.
(Key Words: Battle of Gettysburg, Mark Nesbitt, Diaries, United States Civil War, Military, Thomas Lewis Ware. Franklin Horner, Battle of Winchester, Pennsylvania, War Rations, Battle of Manassas, Samuel Crawford, Battle of Chancellorsville, Samuel P. Bates).