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Item # / SKU: 9781572336100
Brand Name: by A. Wilson Greene
The Final Battles of the Petersburg Campaign:Breaking the Backbone of the Rebellion
by A. Wilson Greene
Six large scale battles from late March through April 2, 1865 are placed in context.
Second Edition Hard Cover ©2008 361 pages, 28 photos/illustrations, 32 maps
Item # / SKU: 9780813925707
Brand Name: A. Wilson Greene
Civil War Petersburg: Confederate City in the Crucible of War
by A. Wilson Greene
A Study of the city that was second only to Richmond in size and strategic significance. Industrial, commercial, and extremely prosperous, Petersburg was also home to a large African American community, including the state's highest percentage of free blacks.
Hard Cover ©2006 384 pages, 25 photos/illustrations, 5 maps
Item # / SKU: 760056001122
Brand Name: By Trailhead Graphics
The Petersburg Campaign Map
By Trailhead Graphics
A complete map of the area using historic and present day features.
Item # / SKU: 9781578643592
Brand Name: By A. Wilson Greene
Paper, 31 pages, c.2006, maps, photos
by A. Wilson Greene, Executive Director of Pamplin Historical Park in Petersburg, VA.
Item # / SKU: 9781611210903
Brand Name: written by Edwin C Bearss with Bryce A Suderow
Collects the essays originally written by Ed Bearss for the National Park Service. Pure military history with ample maps and illustrations.
Item # / SKU: 9781846033551
Brand Name: written by Ron Field
From the Campaign series published by Osprey, a well-illustrated introduction to the Petersburg Campaign.
Item # / SKU: 9780971195004
Brand Name: by John Fox, III
This is the first book-length study ever written about the chaotic and bloody Battle of Fort Gregg.
Item # / SKU: 9780875170992
Brand Name: Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.
Tudor Hall: The Boisseau Family Farm
by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr.
Featuring insights on Tudor Hall and its inhabitants, including photographs and maps.
Paper, 48 pages.
Item # / SKU: 9781889246550
Brand Name: by Chris M Calkins
The Appomattox Campaign:March 29-April 9, 1865
by Chris M Calkins
A full length study of the campaign that helped set the stage for the surrender of the Lee's Army at Appomattox.
Paperback Edition ©2008 195 pages/17 maps