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Mcpherson's Ridge: The First Battle For The High Ground, July 1, 1863

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The opening engagement of the battle of Gettysburg was crucial in determining the outcome of the battle three days later. In what is often seen as the Civil War's Waterloo, the early contest for the wooded McPherson's Ridge is considered by many to be the battle's most crucial stage.Da Capo's new "Battleground America" series offers a unique approach to the battles and bat ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published December 26th 2002 by Da Capo Press (first published December 2002)
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Standard unit movement telling of that portion of battle,with a very small amount of other detail.Short and concise.
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