Just south of Gettysburg: Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War

Book Gettysburg Just south of Gettysburg: Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War

Author / Director
Frederic Shriver Klein
Publish / Release Date
Jan 1, 1963
Narrative Form
  1. Non-Fiction
Publisher / Studio
Newman Press / Historical Society of Carroll County
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Just south of Gettysburg:
Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War

by Frederic Shriver Klein

"These are the accounts of citizens and soldiers who described Civil War events in Carroll County, Md., as they saw them during the war years a...
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ISBN-10
1886742278
ISBN-13
978-1886742277
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Klein, Frederic Shriver. Just south of Gettysburg: Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War. MD: Newman Press, 1963.

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