"THE CIVIL WAR IN WEST VIRGINIA--A PICTORIAL HISTORY" is one of the most complete photo and text references on the Civil War in West Virginia ever published! From John Brown's inflammatory raid at Harper's Ferry to the first land battle at Philippi, and through the surrender of McNeill's Rangers at the end of the war, is a rare look at the skirmishes, battles, and politics that shaped West Virginia's role in the Civil War. are TONS of VERY RARE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS, maps, and historical documents! are all the major activities which took place in the "Restored Government of Virginia" as the state was called after it's secession from Virginia. The Battle of Droop Mountain is ! The Battle of Pigeon's Roost is ! The Jones-Imboden Raid is ! Union volunteers at the corner of High and Walnut streets in Morgantown in 1860 is ! The Rich Mountain Battlefield is ! Grafton is ! The B&O Railroad roundhouse in Martinsburg, circa 1860 is ! The Battle of Lewisburg is ! The Battle of Bulltown is ! Putnam County is ! Bolivar Heights is ! The Battle of White Sulfur Springs is ! Moorefield is ! Buckhannon is ! MUCH MUCH MORE!!! TONS of little-known information and photographs!

Book is BRAND NEW and in MINT CONDITION, was published in 1999, measures 8 1/2" x 11", and contains 170 pages and includes a bibliography and index.

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