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THE BOYS OF ADAMS' BATTERY G: THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF A UNION LIGHT ARTILLERY UNIT
Author: Grandchamp, R.

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McFarland 2009 Paperback 254mm x 178mm 301 pages 100 photos, maps.

THE BOYS OF ADAMS' BATTERY G: THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH THE EYES OF A UNION LIGHT ARTILLERY UNIT

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Raised from Rhode Island farmers and millworkers in the autumn of 1861 the Union soldiers of Battery G fought in such bloody conflicts as Antietam Chancellorsville Gettysburg Spotsylvania and Cedar Creek. At the storming of Petersburg on April 2 1865 seven cannoneers were awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in the face of the enemy. This history captures the battlefield exploits of the 'Boys of Hope' but also depicts camp life emerging cannon technology and the social backdrop of the Civil War.

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Author Grandchamp, R.
Publisher McFarland
ISBN 9780786444731
Date of Publication 2009
Edition N/A
Binding Paperback
Book Size 254mm x 178mm
Number of pages 301
Images 100 photos, maps
Language English Text
SKU MBN12409

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