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Retreat From Gettysburg - Lee, Logistics & The Pennsylvania Campaign - Book Club Edition
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Publisher: Univ. Of North Carolina; Book Club edition (2005)
Amazon Rank: 10379371
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“this is an amazing and well written book that chronicles the retreat of Lee's Armies from Gettysburg. The bravery and determination of those Confederate soldiers is beyond my comprehension. If you want to read about true heroes, read this book. Th...”