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Readership: General readers and students interested in U.S., Civil War, and military history.
John Lockwood, National Mall Historian, National Park Service, and Charles Lockwood, Architectural Historian
John Lockwood is the National Mall Historian and writes frequently about the history of the nation's capital. Charles Lockwood is the author of ten books, including Bricks and Brownstone. The authors were born and raised in Washington.
Prologue: "On to Washington!"
Monday, April 15: "The Capital Can't Be Taken"
Tuesday, April 16: "The Uprising of the North"
Wednesday, April 17: "Independence or Death"
Thursday, April 18: "Between Many Fires"
Friday, April 19: "Minute Men of '61"
Saturday, April 20: "Lincoln is in a Trap"
Sunday, April 21: "A Real State of Siege"
Monday, April 22: "Enveloped by the Traitors"
Tuesday, April 23: "Fight, Sir, Fight!"
Wednesday, April 24: "The Destiny of the Capitol . . . Suspended by a Hair"
Thursday, April 25: "The Seventh Have Come!"
Epilogue: "Jeff Davis Shan't Get It Without Trouble"
Acknowledgments, Notes, Photo Credits, Index