Title: History of the Middle New River Settlements ...
Publication Date: 1969
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Commonwealth Press Incorporated, VA. This book covers the history of the Middle New River area in general around Augusta County in what is now West Virginia. Johnston served in the Confederate Army with the 7th Virginia Infantry Regiment. He was wounded at Willimiamsburg and Gettysburg. He wrote his memoirs of this time as well as this history of Augusta County, Virginia/West Virginia. Over 135 pages of this book deal with the Civil War. After the war Johnston became a lawyer, judge and Congressman in West Virginia. Originally printed in 1906. Very good copy of the hard cover book in a good+ dust jacket. The dust jacket has a little edge wear and a little sun fading on the spine. 531 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 38777
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