North Carolina Remembers Chancellorsville

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North Carolina Remembers Chancellorsville

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The Battle of Chancellorsville is regarded by many historians to be the greatest military victory by General Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia during the course of the Civil War, and soldiers from North Carolina served with distinction, often in the midst of some of the heaviest fighting in the battle. Despite such a proud record, the contributions by soldiers from the Old North State have long been overlooked. This collection of accounts, written during and after the war by North Carolina soldiers, describe in vivid, and often graphic, detail the bravery and sacrifice exhibited during those fateful days in May of 1863. As one Tar Heel wrote a week after the battle "North Carolina has reason to be prouder than ever of her sons." This book recounts that story as told by those very sons.

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