Confederate Kin

eBook (PDF), 204 Pages
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This book is a work paying homage to the rich heritage of the southern people. It pays tribute to those boys in gray that chose to offer their lives for what they felt was a just cause. The purpose is to preserve the stories of those brave men and women of antiquity that heard a different drummer and like their grandfathers and fathers, fought for their independence. Most of the men and women mentioned in Confederate Kin were poor farmers, shoe cobblers, and people cutting out a living from toil and sweat of their brows. For the most part they lived a simple live of subsistence from the earth and sought nothing more than to freely choose their own destiny. But as the rumors of the Great War began to materialize over the horizon, they had to choose either blue or gray and then fight for their convictions. This they did with tenacity of spirit so strong that history records the deeds of these few as among the greatest army of all time.
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  • By John Back
    Jul 26, 2006
    "Confederate Kin" After reviewing an editors copy of this book I came away quite impressed. The book is a compilation of stories by members of the Col. Ben Caudill Camp #1629 SCV. The stories range from simple biographical sketches to short stories. The style of the writing also varies quite a bit but on the whole the book is quite readable. It is an excellent resource for anyone doing geneological research on Confederates from Ky. The book is recommended as not only a research tool but also as a wonderful first effort at preserving valuable family histories.
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David Chaltas
October 1, 2011
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