The Seven Days' Battles In Front Of Richmond: An Outline Narrative Of The Series Of Engagement Which Opened At Mechanicsville, Near Richmond, On ... The Northern Army Under Major-General M'Cle
The Seven Days' Battles In Front Of Richmond: An Outline Narrative Of The Series Of Engagement Which Opened At Mechanicsville, Near Richmond, On ... The Northern Army Under Major-General M'Cle
The Seven Days' Battles In Front Of Richmond: An Outline Narrative Of The Series Of Engagement Which Opened At Mechanicsville, Near Richmond, On ... The Northern Army Under Major-General M'Cle

The Seven Days' Battles In Front Of Richmond: An Outline Narrative Of The Series Of Engagement Which Opened At Mechanicsville, Near Richmond, On ... The Northern Army Under Major-General M'Cle

  • Publish Date: 2019-02-03
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Edward Alfred Pollard
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Excerpt from The Seven Days' Battles in Front of Richmond: An Outline Narrative of the Series of Engagement Which Opened at Mechanicsville, Near Richmond, on Thursday, June 26, 1862, and Resulted in the Defeat and Retreat of the Northern Army Under Major-General M'clellan; Compiled From the Detailed Accounts of T

A brief reference to the situation of the opposing armies will here be necessary to enable the reader to understand the suhse quent movements. If you will take a map of Virginia, and run your eye along the line of the Virginia Central railroad until it crosses the Chickahominy at the point designated as the Meadow bridge, you will be in the vicinity of the position occupied by the extreme right of the Federal army.

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