Southern guerrilla forces led by Slade and Skelly continue to harass the Union troops in the Shenandoah Valley. When General Sheridan sends Colonel Winchester on a foray against them, Dick sees an opportunity to settle accounts with Slade. Northern hopes for a speedy conclusion to the war soar as Grant tightens his grip around Richmond’s defenses. With the opposing armies in such close proximity, cousins Harry Kenton and Dick Mason meet again. While the pursued and pursuer make their way to- ward the climactic encounter at Appomattox Court House, the thoughts of the gallant foes turn toward peace, home, and the problems of reunification.
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