BATTLEFIELD: Farming a Civil War Battleground
While reviving his long-neglected forty acre site near Harrisonburg, Virginia, the author unearths nineteenth-century history and meditates on how best to commemorate the men who fell in battle on his forty acres during the Civil War "Battle of Cross Keys" in 1862. An engaging and reverent view of the Civil War and its ongoing legacy. Illus.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 6961991
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