Nothing Could Exceed Their Bravery: New Yorkers in Defense of Little Round Top

By: Murray, R.L.

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Signed by author, very light general wear to wrappers. Near fine. 1999 Trade Paperback. We have more books available by this author!. 68 pp. The 44th, 140th and 146th New York Volunteers fought on Little Round Top to keep the Confederates from gaining possession of this strategically important hill. Major General Gouverneur K. Warren, a member of General Meade's staff, helped to secure the position by personally diverting troops to the key elevation just as the Confederates were about to attack. Colonel Patrick O'Rorke, a recent West Point graduate (who finished first in his class), led his regiment in a desperate countercharge with unloaded muskets, helping to save the Federal line of defense.KEYWORDS: MILITARY HISTORY AMERICAN CIVIL WAR NEW YORK LITTLE ROUND TOP LOCAL REGIONAL

Title: Nothing Could Exceed Their Bravery: New Yorkers in Defense of Little Round Top

Author: Murray, R.L.

Categories: Signed, New York, American Civil War, 19th Century,

Publisher: Benedum Books: 1999

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Inscription: Signed by author

Seller ID: 2207233