The Confederate Blockage of Washington, D.C. 1861-1862

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The Confederate Blockage of Washington, D.C. 1861-1862 - Wills, Mary Alice

Confederate land batteries along the Potomac River cut off Washington, D.C., President Lincoln's seat of government, from communication by sea during the Civil War's first year. Those grey artillerymen forced his administration to rely on just one single-track branch line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad for all its needs. Despite the presence ... Read More

The Confederate Blockage of Washington, D.C. 1861-1862 1974, White Mane Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781572490789

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