• ACW-3.4 Bristoe Station

America's Civil War (Back Issues)

Bristoe Station

Volume 3, Number 4
November 1990


CONTENTS:

  • Revolution Not Riot - Albert Hemingway
  • The bloody New York City draft riots in July 1863, the worst in American history, shook the Union to its very core.

  • ”Old Abe” Goes to War - Jon Guttman
  • The 8th Wisconsin had an extra edge in battle - "Old Abe," the war eagle. Even in death, he was something of a survivor.

  • Bury These Poor Men - Robert C. Neul
  • A.P. Hill was known for his impetuosity. Union General Gouverneur K. Warren cannily exploited Hill's weakness at Bristoe Station.

  • Street Fight in Baton Rouge - Robert Collins Suhr
  • Southern General Earl Van Dorn was determined to retake Baton Rouge from its Union occupiers. The result was a mean little street fight.


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ACW-3.4 Bristoe Station

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