Marching Through Culpeper
"Marching Through Culpeper" by Virginia B. Morton is an unexpected treasure. This talented first-time author not only captures the military, economic, political, and social history of the Civil War era, but more importantly, she takes the reader deep into the hearts and souls of the people who experienced the conflict...So, Margaret Mitchell, John Jakes, and Michael Shaara, move over and make room for Virginia Morton. Her gift for weaving fact and fiction has given us a haunting masterpiece that depicts the true South better than "Gone with the Wind" and provides rich material for a dynamite movie. Civil War Interactive, www.cwipremium.com 10,000 hardbacks sold.
Specifications of Marching Through Culpeper
|Author||Virginia Beard Morton|
|Number Of Pages||544|
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