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Brave Deeds of Confederate Soldiers By Philip A. Bruce
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This is a series of sixteen stories of heroism and patriotic efforts of individuals who were dedicated to the cause of the Confederacy.
The Confederate Soldier's Manual of Devotions By LION PUBLISHING, INC.
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All Confederate soldiers were issued this manual of prayers and devotions to remind them that they were fighting for Christ when they fought for the Confederacy. Today all historians realize the... More > so-called Civil War was more about Christianity than anything else (except making rich Northerners richer).< Less
A Confederate Soldier's Story By Judy Young
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A young nineteen year old boy goes off to fight in the Civil War. The battles he fought, the people he met and the day to day activities of being a soldier in 1861 are captured in his diary.
The Confederate Woman: Soldier and Spy By Charles A. Mills
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These fictional memoirs are based on the true story of a southern belle who defied convention to become a front line soldier and spy for the Confederacy. Follow Laura as she fights in some of the... More > bloodiest battles of the war, breaks hearts, and extends the limits of glory. Based on the life of Loreta Velazguez.< Less
Winston County, Alabama Confederate Soldiers By Robin Sterling
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Much has been written about men who joined the Federal Army from the so-called Hill Country in Alabama which included Winston County. Little has been written about the men who enlisted from Winston... More > in the Confederacy. Surprisingly, the number of Winston County Confederates almost matched the number of those who supported the Union. Many important Confederate officers hailed from Winston County. The book begins with an essay describing the Forgotten Winston County Confederates. Following is an alphabatized list of all Confederate soldiers associated with Winston County including those that moved in after the war. Information includes service records, pension applications, birth, marriage, and death information. The book is filled with rare photos and obituaries. Additional information includes articles on Captain White's Mail Guard and the Winston County Rough and Ready Volunteers. Full name index. This book is important to students of Winston County History.< Less
Cullman County, Alabama Confederate Soldiers By Robin Sterling
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At the time of the Civil War, Cullman County did not exist. It was carved mostly from the East side of Winston and the West side of Blount in 1877. This book attempts to identify all of the... More > Confederate soldiers originating from the area which became Cullman County, as well as those who migrated to the county after the War. The book also contains rare first person accounts of the war as told by Cullman County residents George Martin Holcombe and Elijah Wilson Harper and printed in the Cullman Alabama Tribune. This book is important to the genealogy and history of Cullman County and contains much previously unpublished information on the old soldiers. It contains service records, pension applications, births, deaths, marriages, and obituaries.< Less
Confederate Soldiers of Dooly County, Georgia By M. Secrist
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This is an elaborate roster of confederate Civil War soldiers that either enlisted from, were born in, died at, or were buried in Dooly County, Georgia. This also includes records from those that... More > died in Crisp County, as Crisp was formed from Dooly in 1905. Additional genealogical information has been added to many of the soldiers listed here. The particular rosters included are from Company F, of the 12th Regiment; Company I, of the 18th Regiment; Company C, of the 45th Regiment; and Company C, of the 55th Regiment. Many other soldiers from various other commands with ties to Dooly County are included as well. I truly hope this publication will delight the descendants of these brave soldiers, as well as assist those researching their Dooly County ancestors.< Less
Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier By Louis Leon
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This short volume, kept by Louis Leon during the War Between the States, tells in concise but poignant terms what it was like for the "man behind the gun," as he puts it. It tells of his... More > adventures in two different regiments from North Carolina and as a prisoner of war in New York. But there is something even more unique here: Mr. Leon was a Jew. He openly served his country while General Grant was deporting Jews "as a class" from Union occupied territories. A doubly unique perspective.< Less
Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier By Louis Leon
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This short volume, kept by Louis Leon during the War Between the States, tells in concise but poignant terms what it was like for the "man behind the gun," as he puts it. It tells of his... More > adventures in two different regiments from North Carolina and as a prisoner of war in New York. But there is something even more unique here: Mr. Leon was a Jew. He openly served his country while General Grant was deporting Jews "as a class" from Union occupied territories. A doubly unique perspective.< Less
REFLECTIONS OF A CONFEDERATE SOLDIER: Duty - Honor - Courage By MICHAEL L. GODFREY
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This incredible book documents the personal saga of a Confederate soldier from Texas who fought with General Forrest and other southern heroes. It's a true account of Obed Christian's encounters... More > against the Union Army in the south; containing original letters and documented eye witness accounts. Through handwritten letters, my Great Grandfather depicts the massive destruction of cities and hardships encountered by military existence. The stunning eyewitness account of his brother's death, horrifying massacre at Ft. Pillows and bloody combat at Harrisburg, recaptures the devastation of the Civil War. Unique and rare, this book is a MUST READ for all Civil War enthusiast. Students of history will marvel at the captivating personal memoirs and heart warming letters. Military scholars will be enlightened, informed and illuminated by brilliant wartime maneuvers and eye witness accounts. Finally, it belongs on the library shelf of every researcher and historical society.< Less