The Confederates were beaten badly at Gettysburg in 1863, but the Civil War didn't end then—not by a long sight. The bloody conflict dragged on for about another two years. Part of that ongoing conflict was the Overland Campaign, which was the Union effort to destroy Confederate General Robert E. Lee's troops in Virginia. Taking place May–June 1864, the effort was costly but successful for the Union.
This hardcover book combines historical detail with colorful photography to deliver an in-depth exploration into this important Civil War campaign. The photos range from those taken during the war to current pictures of locations and natural scenery that were part of the campaign.
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