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From Bull Run to Appomattox By William M Hopkins
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The author joined the Confederate army when he was seventeen years old and served in the 6th Virginia Cavalry until Robert E. Lee surrendered the Southern forces at Appomattox Court House. As a... More > cavalry officer, he served in some of the bloodiest battles of the war and was a POW twice, returning to active combat after release. He often spent 18 hours a day on horseback as Lee's army campaigned to Gettysburg, through the Appalachians, and back to Richmond, and as Stuart's regiments provided the swift patrolling. Spending time with horses gave him a great appreciation for the vital part they played in the war effort. He is clearly sympathetic with them for the suffering they endured and for the tremendous numbers of them killed in action. His retelling of feeding his horse by pulling dead grass from underneath a cover of frozen snow until his fingers bled adds a very human touch. This Greenman edition has been reformatted and modernized for the contemporary reader.< Less
Uncle Tom's Cabin By William M Hopkins
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Uncle Tom’s Cabin was first published in 1852 and was the best-selling novel of the 19th century. The book was widely popular and sold over a million and a half copies in Britain. Historians... More > and literary experts agree that the book had a major influence on attitudes towards slavery and became one of the formative influences leading to the Civil War. Although the language may be antiquated for modern readers (As it should for a book from 1852), it presents an Abolitionist’s view of human slavery as it existed at the time. Many stereotypes were generated by the characters in the book and that unfortunately has cast them and the book in a bad light in the minds of some. The reader will find that Uncle Tom was a genuinely good man, that Jim Crow was a child, and that personal faith remains the best guide for morality. Whatever you think the book will be like, it probably will not be. The format of this re-issue has been updated for the modern reader. It is not a photocopy.< Less
The Book of Morton By William M Hopkins
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The Book of Morton is a history and genealogy of Ezekiel Morton's family, beginning in the late 1700's in North Carolina and following the family into South Carolina. In addition to over 400 properly... More > placed family members there are facts, biographies, family lore, and background stories told to preserve those things remembered about the family's migration through the farms, cotton mills, and social changes of the post-reconstruction South. Additional biographical sketches are included for the related Hammonds family.< Less
Thank You, Saigon By William M Hopkins
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Photographs of Xuan Thi Nguyen taken 35 years after she left Saigon and became an American.

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