MORGAN'S RAID by Allan Keller

MORGAN'S RAID

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A live and accurate account of the most spectacular guerrilla raid in American history when the beau-sabreur Morgan and his Confederate cavalrymen went into Indiana and Ohio. With 2400 men, a Morgan struck without warning in Kentucky, crossed the Cumberland and plunged into Indiana. Close behind him rose the Union calvary under General Hobson. A well-known but exciting story, this retains its appeal -- regional, historical, and will appeal to young and old who relish true adventure.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1961
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill