MCCLURE, ALEXANDER KELLY (EDITOR); GALLGHER, GARY W. (NEW INTRODUCTION).
Title The Annals Of The Civil War: Written By Leading Participants North And South.
Book Condition Softcover. Good condition.
Edition First Da Capo Press Edition.
Publisher Da Capo Press, New York: 1994.
0306806061 / 9780306806063
Seller ID 15770X1
Originally commisssioned for The Philadelphia Weekly Times and first issued as a single volume in 1878, The Annals of the Civil War contains more than fifty articles and encompasses a variety of important personalities and topics. Within these pages Longstreet evaluates Lee's performance in Pennsylvania and his mistakes at Gettysburg; Kyd Douglas pays tribute to Stonewall Jackson as both general and man; H. V. Redfield examines the circumstances of John Hunt Morgan's death; P. G. T. Beauregard discusses his brilliant fortification of Charleston Harbor; Joseph Johnston critiques Sherman's account of the Dalton-Atlanta operations; Gideon Welles details the development and impact of the first ironclad; J. H. Reagan recalls his pursuit and capture of Jefferson Davis; Richard Taylor recounts the grim events that led to the last Confederate surrender; and much more. "Annals is absolutely essential." - T. Michael Parrish, Civil War News
(Key Words: Alexander Kelly McClure, Gary W.Gallagher, Military, United States Civil War, General James Longstreet, Rober E. Lee, Gettysburg, Kyd Douglas, Stonewall Jackson, H. V. Redfield, John Hunt Morgan, P. G. T. Beauregard, Charleston Harbor, Joseph Johnston, William Tecumseh Sherman, Gideon Welles, Ironclads, J. H. Reagan, Jefferson Davis, Richard Taylor).