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Civil War Virginia: Battleground for a Nation
Civil War Virginia Battleground for a Nation
Author: James I. Robertson
ISBN-13: 9780813914572
ISBN-10: 0813914574
Publication Date: 2/1993
Pages: 197
Edition: New Ed

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Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover: " to all the major Civil War sites in Virginia, ...filled with fascinating and little-known facts...the only comprehensive guide to Civil War sites in Virginia where 26 major battles and more than 400 smaller engagements took place."
From the preface:..The state was among the last to join the Southern experiment in independence. Virginia had to endure being the major battleground of the bloodiest war in American history; its capital became the primary target of Union might. Cities were ravaged, lands laid to waste, factories and homes destroyed, tens of thousands of its citizens killed, a third of its territory was lost."