Meade and Lee at Rappahannock Station: The Army of the Potomac’s First Post-Gettysburg Offensive

Book Gettysburg Meade and Lee at Rappahannock Station: The Army of the Potomac’s First Post-Gettysburg Offensive

Author / Director
Jeffrey William Hunt
Publish / Release Date
Mar 1, 2021
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  1. Non-Fiction
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Meade and Lee at Rappahannock Station:
The Army of the Potomac’s First Post-Gettysburg Offensive
From Kelly’s Ford to the Rapidan
October 21 to November 20, 1863

by Jeffrey William Hunt...
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978-1-61121-539-7
Book Citation

Hunt, Jeffrey William. The Army of the Potomac’s First Post-Gettysburg Offensive
From Kelly’s Ford to the Rapidan
. CA: Savas Beatie, 2021.

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