Title: A STORY OF THE LATE WAR. WRITTEN AT THE ...
Publisher: Charleston: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., Printers
Publication Date: 1887
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
47pp. First edition. Rare. Original cloth. One hinge expertly repaired. A very good copy of an exceedingly interesting account written by a patrician South Carolinian about the fates of her three Confederate sons, all in South Carolina regiments, and her own trials during the war. Coker’s, son, Charley, was killed at Malvern Hill. The second, Willie, was wounded at Gettysburg and captured, while the third, James, was badly wounded at Lookout Mountain. The author writes in a steady, composed, detail-filled style even as she describes the anguish of a mother during wartime. A nice item. DORNBUSCH IV, 113898. Not in NEVINS. Not in NICHOLSON. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-15367528755
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