looking to get ed bearrs 3 volume set on Vicksburg.just got through reading "Receding tide"by him. i think he probably knows more about vicksburg then anyone.trick is to find the 3 volume set at the right pric.
Mobile how ya been? tell me more about the Discussion GroupWhen finished with One Continuous Fight, recommend Retreat From Gettysburg, by Kent Masterson Brown. The 2 books compliment each other in that they cover the retreat differently. Brown goes with a logistical view, while Wittenberg covers the fighting during the retreat.
Will start Cozzen's "This Terrible Sound" with the Sunday night discussion group on Feb 10. At least the group will start it, I will join in, unless I have the same issues with the right eye as I did with the left eye, after Cataract surgery on the 24th.
Sunday should find me starting Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates, after I finish The Liberators, by Hirsh.
With the tues book group, finding Lance Herdegen's comments with our discussion of "The Iron Brigade in Civil War and Memory" interesting and helpful in the reading of his book.
Alas, I tend to acquire 'em quicker than I can read 'em. I blame our kids...