Chapter 1 List of Maps Chapter 2 Preface & Acknowledgements Chapter 3 Chapter 1: River Lines of Virginia Chapter 4 Chapter 2: Preliminaries: July 1861 - December 1862 Chapter 5 Chapter 3: Fredericksburg - Chancellorsville Campaign: Battle of Fredericksburg 13 December 1862 Chapter 6 Chapter 4: Planning for Chancellorsville: January - April 1863 Chapter 7 Chapter 5: Fredericksburg - Chancellorsville Campaign: Chancellorsville 1-6 May 1863 Chapter 8 Chapter 6: Between Campaigns: May 1863 - May 1864 Chapter 9 Chapter 7: Wilderness - Spotsylvania Campaign: Battle of The Wilderness 4-6 May 1864 Chapter 10 Chapter 8: Wilderness - Spotsylvania Campaign: Battle of Spotsylvania Court House 8-12 May 1864 Chapter 11 Chapter 9: Wilderness - Spotsylvania Campaign: Battle of Spotsylvania Court House 13-21 May 1864 Chapter 12 Epilogue Chapter 13 Appendix Chapter 14 List of Authorities and Sources Chapter 15 Index Chapter 16 About the Author
Author David F. Trask holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University (1958). He taught history at several colleges and universities, including Wesleyan University, the University of Nebraska (Lincoln), and SUNY at Stony Brook. He served as the Director of the Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State (1976-1981) and the Chief Historian of the United States Army Center of Military History (1981-1988). He is the author or editor of five works on World War I, The War with Spain in 1898 (1981), the leading study of the subject; Victory Without Peace: American Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century (1968); a co-compiler of two major bibliographies; co-author of a textbook on American foreign relations; and author of numerous articles and essays. He was a member of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (1976-1981) and the president of the Society for History in the federal government (1981-1982).