Lincoln Takes Command: The Campaign to Seize Norfolk and the Destruction of the CSS Virginia

Book Lincoln Takes Command: The Campaign to Seize Norfolk and the Destruction of the CSS Virginia

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Steve Norder
Publish / Release Date
Dec 20, 2019
Narrative Form
  1. Non-Fiction
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Lincoln Takes Command:
The Campaign to Seize Norfolk
and the Destruction of the CSS Virginia


by Steve Norder

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ISBN-10
1611214572
ISBN-13
978-1611214574
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Norder, Steve. Lincoln Takes Command: The Campaign to Seize Norfolk and the Destruction of the CSS Virginia. CA: Savas Beatie, 2019.

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