BERRY BENSON'S CIVIL WAR BOOK. Memoirs of a Confederate Scout and Sharpshooter.

Benson, Susan Williams, Ed.

Published by U. Of Ga., 1962
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Tan cloth, 203 pp. (some spots on front endpapers, title & edge of page block), frontis., photos. No d.j. He & his brother Blackwood served in the Confederate army from the first shot to the last, absent only when recovering from wounds, & in Berry's case during five months in Union prisons. They served in Jackson's "footcavalry" until his death & then in the Battalion of Sharpshooters attach to Gen. Maxcy Gregg's 1st S. Carolina Volunteers. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: BERRY BENSON'S CIVIL WAR BOOK. Memoirs of a ...
Publisher: U. Of Ga.
Publication Date: 1962
Binding: Cloth
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st..

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Book Description U. Of Ga., Athens, 1962. Cloth. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st.. D.j., 203 pp., frontis., photos. He & his brother Blackwood served in the Confederate army from the first shot to the last, absent only when recovering from wounds, & in Berry's case during five months in Union prisons. They served in Jackson's "footcavalry" until his death & then in the Battalion of Sharpshooters attached to Gen. Maxcy Gregg's 1st S. Carolina Volunteers. Bookseller Inventory # 027878

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