[carnageandgloryii] Interesting looking book
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One of the other groups I participate in had a mention of this book. I thought I would share since we are discussing AWI right now. I have not taken a look at this book and do not have it in my library, so I cannot speak to it. Just including due to the subject matter.
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From: David Bonk <dbonk@...>
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Written by Michael Cecere who has made kind of a career writing about specific issues related to Virginia in the Revolution, like the 1781 invasion, so this appears to expand on those specific titles...not sure how much there is that is militarily significant after the opening months of 1775 and mid 1780.
From: "Mike Gesser via groups.io"
Sent: Thursday January 7 2021 8:09:17PM
Subject: [carnageandgloryii] Interesting looking book
For those of us who do the southern part of the war....
A Universal Appearance of War: The Revolutionary War in Virginia, 1775-1781