Ulysses S. Grant is made commander of the Armies of the Potomac and is having an immediate effect, but at a very high cost in terms of casualties. George Hazard, now a Brigadier General, has received his long sought after field assignment but is taken prisoner and transported to Libby Prison in Richmond. There he meets the prison warden, Capt. Thomas Turner who will go to any length to be obeyed. Having been admonished by Mrs. Neal, her superior at the field hospital, to treat all soldiers will equal care regardless of what side they are fighting on Virgilia finds herself in trouble after one of them dies and she is charged with murder. She again turns to her protector, Congressman Sam Greene, for help and is now ready to pay the price he demands of her. Now living under a false name, Madeline makes the acquaintance of a handsome rogue. Orry meanwhile has hired a Pinkerton's detective to try and track her down. With States-rights advocates continuing their battle with President Davis ...
Did You Know?
John A. Rawlins, aide-de-camp for Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, was only 33 years old in 1864, but was portrayed by a much older actor. Also, Rawlins was portrayed as a Major General, but in real life, he was not promoted to that brevet rank until February 24, 1865. See more