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Hartwig, D. Scott
To Antietam Creek : the Maryland Campaign of September 1862 / D. Scott Hartwig
Alternate Title Maryland Campaign of September 1862
Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins University Press, ©2012
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 3rd Floor  E474.61 .H374 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Maryland Campaign, 1862
Subject United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns
Physical Description 794 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 689-776) and index
Contents The return of McClellan :"General, I am in command again" -- The Army of Northern Virginia: "Who could not conquer with troops such as these" -- The Army of Northern Virginia enters Maryland :"Our movements will be rapid" -- The Army of the Potomac :"If we fail now the North has no hope" -- The Army of the Potomac advances to Frederick :"You may be sure that I will follow them as closely as I can" -- Harpers Ferry :"To the last extremity" -- The Battle for Maryland Heights :"For god's sake don't fall back" -- September 13 :"My general idea is to cut the enemy in two" -- The morning battle for Fox's Gap :"My god! be careful!" -- Afternoon at Fox's Gap :"So little did we know of the etiquette of war" -- The First Corps attacks :"It looked like a task to storm" -- The Battle for Hill 1280 :"Some of you will get hurt" -- Into Turner's Gap :"An ugly looking place to attack" -- Crampton's Gap :"The best fighting that has been done in this war" -- Retreat from South Mountain :"It was determined to retire to Sharpsburg" -- The trap closes and a dash of cavalry :"The fate of Harper's Ferry was sealed" -- The fall of Harpers Ferry :"Through god's blessing, Harper's Ferry and its garrison are to be surrendered" -- September 16 :"We are entirely too methodical" -- Eve of battle :"I shall not, however, soon forget that night"

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