Title: Battle of Richmond Kentucky August 30, 1862
Publisher: KH Press, KY.
Publication Date: 2006
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: 1st Edition
KH Press, KY. This book is devoted to the Confederate column, led by Major General Edmund Kirby Smith, which originated its march from East Tennessee and ended in the occupation of Lexington and the surrounding Bluegrass area of Kentucky. The major event of Kirby Smith’s movement was the Battle of Richmond. Considering the distance marched, terrain covered the scarcity of food, water and supplies, it was a tremedous undertaking. The action was all part of General Bragg’s 1862 Kentucky Campaign. Very good copy in a good+ dust jacket signed by the author. The dust jacket has minor edge wear. 498 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 39901
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