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Morgan's Great Raid: The Remarkable Expedition from Kentucky to Ohio (Civil War Sesquicentennial)

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A military operation unlike any other on American soil, Morgan's Raid was characterized by incredible speed, superhuman endurance and innovative tactics. One of the nation's most colorful leaders, Confederate general John Hunt Morgan, took his cavalry through enemy-occupied territory in three states in one of the longest offensives of the Civil War. The effort produced the only battles fought north of the Ohio River and reached farther north than any other regular Confederate force. With twenty-five maps and more than forty illustrations, Morgan's Raid historian David L. Mowery takes a new look at this unprecedented event in American history, one historians rank among the world's greatest land-based raids since Elizabethan times.

Other books in the Civil War Sesquicentennial Series include:Battle of Cabin CreekYorktown s Civil War SiegeCivil War Baton RougeThe Battle of Brice s CrossroadsThe Battle of AntietamThe Battle of FranklinThe Chancellorsville CampaignThe Battle of South MountainStonewall Jackson's 1862 Valley CampaignCharleston Under SiegeAndersonville Civil War PrisonThe Civil War at PerryvilleThe Battle of OkolonaFort Davidson and the Battle of Pilot KnobbThe Two Civil War Battles of NewtoniaThe Battle of Port RoyalThe Confederacy's Secret WeaponLee in the LowcountryDefending South Carolina's CoastFacing Sherman in South CarolinaThe Battle of Brandy StationThe Battle of Cedar CreekThe Battle of FredericksburgThe Battle of PiedmontThe Battle of New Market HeightsBig BethelThe Battle of Mine CreekWest Virginia in the Civil WarCivil War AtlantaThe Battle of WestportThe Union is DissolvedThe Battle of Fort Donelson

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David L. Mowery, a native resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, and a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, has lived at various points along the path of Morgan's Raid for most of his life. American military history piqued his interest at an early age. Since childhood, he has researched and visited over six hundred battlefields across fifty states and eight countries. In 2001, David joined the all-volunteer Ohio Civil War Trail Commission as its Hamilton County representative, but over the years his role expanded to include the final design and historical validation of the entire length of the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail of Ohio. He is the co-author of Morgan's Raid Across Ohio: The Civil War Guidebook of the John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail (Ohio Historical Society, 2013) and the author of the thesis titled "A Study of John Hunt Morgan's Ohio Raid Route from Reedsville to Creola, Ohio, July 19-22, 1863" (Ohio Historical Society, 2011), the first comprehensive study of Morgan's whereabouts during the three controversial days following the Battle of Buffington Island. Since 1995, David has been a member of the Cincinnati Civil War Round Table, for which he has written various papers on Civil War subjects. He has also served with the Buffington Island Battlefield Preservation Foundation, the grass-roots organization working to preserve Ohio's only Civil War battlefield.

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