Spring 1865 the closing campaigns of the Civil War by Perry D. Jamieson

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  • Peace,
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Perry D. Jamieson juxtaposes for the first time the major campaign against Lee that ended at Appomattox and Gen. William T. Sherman"s march north through the Carolinas, which culminated in Gen. Joseph E. Johnston"s surrender at Bennett Place. Jamieson also addresses the efforts required to put down armed resistance in the Deep South and the Trans-Mississippi. As both sides fought for political goals following Lee"s surrender, these campaigns had significant consequences for the political-military context that shaped the end of the war as well as Reconstruction.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementPerry D. Jamieson
SeriesGreat campaigns of the Civil War, Great campaigns of the Civil War
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LC ClassificationsE470 .J36 2015
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 286 pages
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27179207M
ISBN 100803225814
ISBN 109780803225817
LC Control Number2014034907
OCLC/WorldCa891941871

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