Where Valor Proudly Sleeps
A History Of Fredericksburg National Cemetery, 1866-1933
Sobre o livro
Many books discuss in great detail what happened during Civil War battles. This is one of the few that investigates what happened to the remains of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. It explores a battle's immediate and long-term aftermath by focusing on Fredericksburg National Cemetery, one of the largest cemeteries created by the US government after the Civil War.