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Over two decades ago Jack Simmerling and Donald O'Toole discovered several caches of family letters and documents in an old house in Chicago, Illinois. This discovery began the framework from which this book is taken. It is focused on the letters and reminisces of Capt. Simon C. Wilkerson, 18th Alabama Regiment, C.S.A. and his bride, Nannie "Puss" Bryson. It is their heartwarming account of the dying years of the Old South, their courtship, his military service and his final imprisonment at Johnson's Island Union Prison that form the basis of this account.
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