Decision in the West
The Atlanta Campaign of 1864Book - 1992
Following a skirmish on June 28, 1864, a truce is called so the North can remove their dead and wounded. For two hours, Yankees and Rebels mingle, with some of the latter even assisting the former in their grisly work. Newspapers are exchanged. Northern coffee is swapped for Southern tobacco. Yanks crowd around two Rebel generals, soliciting and obtaining autographs.
Publisher: Lawrence [Kan] : University Press of Kansas, , ©1992
Branch Call Number: 973.737 Ca
Description: xvi, 665 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm