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Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
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The Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861. They were first sent to Tennessee, then Mississippi, and was placed in Barton’s Brigade, Department of Mississippi,... More > and East Louisiana. Company A: Paulding County Company B: Bartow County -Bartow Sentinels/Howard Guards Company C: Floyd County Company D: Gordon County Calhoun Blues Company E: Gordon County -Gordon Infantry Company F: Paulding County -Paulding Washington Guards Company G: Haralson County-Haralson Defenders Company H: Bartow County -Veach Guards Company I: Bartow County -Bartow Rangers Company K: Haralson County -Haralson Invincibles< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
eBook (PDF): $12.95
The Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861. They were first sent to Tennessee, then Mississippi, and was placed in Barton’s Brigade, Department of Mississippi,... More > and East Louisiana. Company A: Paulding County Company B: Bartow County -Bartow Sentinels/Howard Guards Company C: Floyd County Company D: Gordon County Calhoun Blues Company E: Gordon County -Gordon Infantry Company F: Paulding County -Paulding Washington Guards Company G: Haralson County-Haralson Defenders Company H: Bartow County -Veach Guards Company I: Bartow County -Bartow Rangers Company K: Haralson County -Haralson Invincibles< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
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The Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861. They were first sent to Tennessee, then Mississippi, and was placed in Barton’s Brigade, Department of Mississippi,... More > and East Louisiana. Company A: Paulding County Company B: Bartow County -Bartow Sentinels/Howard Guards Company C: Floyd County Company D: Gordon County Calhoun Blues Company E: Gordon County -Gordon Infantry Company F: Paulding County -Paulding Washington Guards Company G: Haralson County-Haralson Defenders Company H: Bartow County -Veach Guards Company I: Bartow County -Bartow Rangers Company K: Haralson County -Haralson Invincibles< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
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The Georgia 40th Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861. They were first sent to Tennessee, then Mississippi, and was placed in Barton’s Brigade, Department of Mississippi,... More > and East Louisiana. Company A: Paulding County Company B: Bartow County -Bartow Sentinels/Howard Guards Company C: Floyd County Company D: Gordon County Calhoun Blues Company E: Gordon County -Gordon Infantry Company F: Paulding County -Paulding Washington Guards Company G: Haralson County-Haralson Defenders Company H: Bartow County -Veach Guards Company I: Bartow County -Bartow Rangers Company K: Haralson County -Haralson Invincibles< Less
"Co. Aytch" Illustrated, Annotated By Walt Cross, Sam R. Watkins
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"Co. Aytch" is a Civil War classic, it is the memoirs of Private Samuel R. Watkins of Company H, First Tennessee Infantry Regiment. "Co. Aytch" is widely referenced in Ken Burns'... More > award winning documentary "The Civil War". This publication is the long-awaited illustrated edition of this exceptional book. The editor has added historical annotations as well as many photographs and drawings to the narrative. This book will please historians, educators, and Civil War enthusiasts alike.< Less
"Co. Aytch" Illustrated, Annotated By Sam R. Watkins, Editor Walt Cross
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"Co. Aytch" is a Civil War classic, it is the memoirs of Private Samuel R. Watkins of Company H, First Tennessee Infantry Regiment. "Co. Aytch" is widely referenced in Ken Burns'... More > award winning documentary "The Civil War". This publication is the long-awaited illustrated edition of this exceptional book. The editor has added historical annotations as well as many photographs and drawings to the narrative to include nine portraits of Company H soldiers. This book will please historians, educators, and Civil War enthusiasts alike. 34 illustrations.< Less
"Co. Aytch" Illustrated, Annotated By Sam R. Watkins, Editor Walt Cross
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"Co. Aytch" is a Civil War classic, it is the memoirs of Private Samuel R. Watkins of Company H, First Tennessee Infantry Regiment. "Co. Aytch" is widely referenced in Ken Burns'... More > award winning documentary "The Civil War". This publication is the long-awaited illustrated edition of this exceptional book. The editor has added historical annotations as well as many photographs and drawings to the narrative. This book will please historians, educators, and Civil War enthusiasts alike. As with all Cross Publications books, this title is available for bulk sale by contacting the publisher at: greenpheon7@yahoo.com.< Less
History of Kershaw's Brigade By D. Augustus Dickert
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The name of Kershaw's Brigade of South Carolinians is familiar to all who wore the gray and saw hard fighting on the fields of Virginia, in the swamps of Carolina and the mountains of Tennessee. This... More > was "the First Brigade of the First Division of the First Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia," and many of its members volunteered for service before the first gun was fired at the Star of the West, while its ragged regimental remnants laid down their arms at Greensboro not till the 2d of May, 1865, nearly a month after the fateful day of Appomattox. Its history is a history of the war, for, as will he seen, there were few pitched battles in the East that did not call forth its valor. The chief merit of Captain Dickert's book is that it presents the gay and bright, as well as the grave side of the Confederate soldier's experience. It is full of anecdote and incident and repartee. Such quips and jests kept the heart light and the blood warm beneath many a tattered coat.< Less