Battles and Leaders

   

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Battles and Leaders of the Civil War was a four volume set of books consisting of first person accounts of the various battles of the Civil War as written by prominent leaders in those actions. The books, published in 1887-1888, originally appeared as a series of essays published in Century magazine from November 1884 to November 1887. All of the Battles and Leaders essays pertaining to the Bermuda Hundred Campaign, the Petersburg Campaign, and the Appomattox Campaign were published as part of the fourth and final volume of the set. The essays appearing here at Beyond the Crater: The Petersburg Campaign Online are divided up into the three relevant campaigns mentioned above, and then sorted in the same order they appear in Volume 4 of Battles and Leaders of the Civil War.

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  • Bermuda Hundred Campaign
  • Siege of Petersburg
  • Appomattox Campaign

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