The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns

An Atlas of the Battles and Movements in the Eastern Theater after Gettysburg, Including Rappahannock Station, Kelly’s Ford, and Morton’s Ford, July 1863 – February 1864

Bradley M. Gottfried

The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns is the fifth installment in the Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series.
Publication date:
October 2013
Publisher :
Savas Beatie
Language:
English
Series :
Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series
Illustration :
87 full colour maps throughout
Format Available     Quantity Price
Hardback
ISBN : 9781611211528

Dimensions : 254 X 178 cm
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£22.99
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Overview
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• A seminal work that belongs on the bookshelf of every serious and casual student of the Civil War

The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns is the fifth installment in the Savas Beatie Military Atlas Series.

Few historians have examined what happened to the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac during the critical months following Gettysburg, when both armies assumed the offensive in a pair of fascinating campaigns of thrust and counter-thrust. This careful study breaks down these campaigns (and all related operational maneuvers) into 13 map sets or"action-sections” enriched with 87 original full-page colour maps. These spectacular cartographic creations bore down to the regimental and battery level.

The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns include the actions at Auburn and Bristoe Station, where Meade's II Corps was nearly trapped and destroyed and the Confederates were caught by surprise and slaughtered; the seminal actions at Rappahannock Station and Kelly's Ford, where portions of Lee's army were surprised and overwhelmed; and the Mine Run Campaign, including the battle at Payne's Farm, where an aggressive Confederate division held back two full Federal corps and changed the course of the entire campaign.

At least one—and as many as twelve—maps accompany each"action-section.” Opposite each map is a full facing page of detailed text with footnotes describing the units, personalities, movements, and combat (including quotes from eyewitnesses) depicted on the accompanying map, all of which make the story of these campaigns come alive.

Perfect for the easy chair or for walking hallowed ground, The Maps of the Bristoe Station and Mine Run Campaigns is a seminal work that, like Gottfried's earlier atlases on Gettysburg, First Bull Run, and Antietam, belongs on the bookshelf of every serious and casual student of the Civil War.