Hood's Defeat Near Fox's Gap
My latest book refutes virtually every author who has written about Confederate Brigadier General John Bell Hood and his two brigades that moved south of the Old National Pike and Turner's Gap in the Battle of South Mountain on September 14, 1862.
My analysis confirms that Hood's two brigades were NOT near Fox's Gap. Hood's early evening attack was at Cox's Intersection, the present-day intersection of Moser Road and Reno Monument Road.
A hardbound version is available for Pre-Order for $34.95 from Casemate Publishers or Barnes and Noble.
The hardbound book has about 78 images, including many maps of the battlefield area.