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This book reviews the military operations of the campaigns of 1862 and 1863. It contains diagrams and four map plates that fold out and depict the following: Plate I, the geographic zones (left zone, center zone, right zone) of the Southern Confederacy; Plate II, the position of the Union troops and Rebels within the geography of the Southern Confederacy; Plate III, the Union troops in the offensive, Rebels in the defensive, Union troops after the Rebels have taken the offensive, and the Rebels in the offensive within the geography of the Southern Confederacy in the campaign of 1862; Plate IV, the anticipated positions of the Union troops and Rebels within the geography of the Southern Confederacy in the campaign of 1863. Includes penciled inscriptions of Captain Glennon G. Price U.S.N. and Paul R. Shipman. The author considers this book a sequel to his previous work "Summary of the art of war."
Strategy United States -- History -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Campaigns 1862-1863
J.B. Lippincott & Co.
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"Campaigns of 1862 and 1863, illustrating the principles of strategy." (1863). Civil War Text. 4.