RESISTING SHERMAN: A CONFEDERATE SURGEON’S JOURNAL AND THE CIVIL WAR IN THE CAROLINAS, 1865
192pp., 12 maps, 45 illus., P.B. 2017. Dr. Robertson, with five sons in the Confederate army, kept a daily journal for the final three months of the Civil War. His account looks critically at the decisions of generals from a middle ranking officer’s viewpoint and describes army movements from a ground level perspective.