Author: William Allan
Title: The Army of Northern Virginia in 1862
Publisher: Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin and Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia
President Abraham Linclon (p. -6)
The situation in Virginia in 1861 -- McClellan's plans for 1862 -- Siege of Yorktown -- Williamsburg and Eltham's landing -- McClellan's advance towards Richmond -- The action at Hanoven Court House -- Seven Pines: The first day ; The second day -- General Lee in command -- McClellan on the Chickahominy -- Jackson joins Lee -- The Seven Days' Battles: Mechanicsville ; Gaines's Mill (Cold Harbor) ; McClellan retreats to the James ; Savage's Station ; Frazier's Farm ; Malvern Mill -- McClellan retreats to Harrison's Landing (Westover) -- Results of the Seven Days' Battles -- Pope's Campaign -- Cedar Run -- The Rappahannock -- The problem before Lee -- Jackson marches on Manassas Junction -- Pope's situation -- Jackson at Manassas -- Pope's "pursuit" of Jackson -- The Battle of Gainesville -- Thoroughfare gap -- General's Pope's efforts to concentrate his Army -- Groveton -- The Second Manassas -- Lee's (counter) attack -- The Second Manassas: Numbers ; Losses ; Results -- Chantilly (Ox Hill) -- Review of the campaign -- The invasion of Maryland -- Harper's Ferry -- The South Mountain passes -- McClellan approaches Sharpsburg -- The battlefield: dispositions of both Armies -- Sharpsburg: Hooker's attack ; Mansfield's attack ; Sedgwick's attack ; The attacks of French and Richardson ; The "Blood Lane" ; Review of the battle on the left and center ; Burnside's attack -- Review of the campaign and battle -- Lee recrosses the Potomac -- Lee and McClellan -- Burnside moves toward Fredericksburg -- Fredericksburg: The Federals cross the Rappahannock ; Franklin's attack ; The assault on Marye's Hill ; Burnside recrosses the river ; Review of the battle
Lincoln copy: Book, cloth; frontispiece
Lincoln copy: Bookplate: Robert Heysham Sayre, South Bethlehem, Pa