The northern part of Loudoun County was a Unionist enclave in Confederate Virginia that remained a contested battleground for armies and factions of all stripes throughout the Civil War. Lying between the Blue Ridge Mountains, Harpers Ferry, and Washington, D.C., the Loudoun Valley provided a natural corridor for commanders on both sides, while its mountainous fringes were home to partisans, guerillas, deserters and smugglers. This detailed history examines the conflicting loyalties in the farming communities, the peaceful Quakers caught in the middle, and the political underpinnings of Unioni.1861, Washington) 30 Peacock, Francis 379n16 Peacock, Noble 299, 356 Peale, Henry 233a34 Pearson, Charles H. 294 .... 69, 75, 79, 82a88, 90, 101, 109, 123, 128, 130, 135, 145, 183, 200 Rehoboth Church 95, 114, 139a40 Relay House 184, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Between Reb and Yank|
|Author||:||Taylor M. Chamberlin, John M. Souders|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-03-07|