Grant Moves South, 1861-1863

Grant Moves South, 1861-1863 by Bruce Catton 0316132071 9780316132077
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Among the many generals created by the North in the early summer of 1861 was one named Ulysses S. Grant. Some of the other generals were more dashing, some were more learned, but none was a better fighter. Grant it was who in the next two years would move slowly, relentlessly down the Mississippi River, the very lifeline of the South, and would not stop until he had severed its entire length from the domain of his enemy. In Grant Moves South, Bruce Catton gives a dramatic and kaleidoscopic account of these years, during which Grant moved not only against Confederate armies but against obstacles and frustrations imposed by his own superiors.

Author: Bruce Catton

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Little Brown and Company

Publication Date: 1990-04-01


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