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“The Siege of Petersburg, the Overland Campaign, and the Pleasures of Washington, D.C.” – as told from Inside Soldier’s Rest, Alexandria, VA
By 1864, the United States had been ravaged by three years of catastrophic civil war. In March of that year, President Abraham Lincoln appointed Ulysses S. Grant as his overall commanding general, convinced he had finally found a military leader … Continue reading
Posted in A Civil War Journey Tagged Appomattox Courthouse, Army of Northern Virginia, Gen P.G.T. Beauregard, Gen. George B. McClellan, Gen. George G. Meade, General Ambrose Burnside, John H. Mathews, Massaponax Church VA, Robert E. Lee, Siege of Petersburg, Siege of Vicksburg, Soldier's Rest Alexandria VA, Spotsylvania Courthouse 4 Comments