Simple Story of a Soldier.

HANKINS, Samuel W.

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HANKINS, Samuel W. Simple Story of a Soldier. Nashville: Confederate Veteran, [1912]. 63pp. Later tan morocco backed cloth, raised spine bands, red morocco spine label, original printed wrappers bound in. Very good or better. Rare, Worldcat locates 7 copies. This is the first we have seen. The author served in the 2nd Mississippi Infantry. He includes accounts of Seven Pines, Gaines Farm, Malvern Hill, Sharpsburg, and Gettysburg (where he was wounded and captured). Dornbusch II, 572. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description The University of Alabama Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This fast-paced memoir was written in 1905 by 61-year-old Samuel W. Hankins while he was living in the Soldiers Home in Gulfport, Mississippi. It vividly details his years as a Confederate rifleman from the spring of 1861, when at a mere sixteen years of age he volunteered for the 2d Mississippi Infantry, through the end of the war in 1865, when he was just twenty years old and maimed for life. The 2d Mississippi was part of the Army of Northern Virginia and as such saw action at Bull Run/Manassas, Seven Pines and the Peninsular Campaign, and Gettysburg. Besides being hospitalized with measles, suffering severely frostbitten feet, and being wounded by a minie ball at the Railroad Cut, Hankins was captured by Federal forces and sent to a prisoner of war camp on David s Island, New York. Later, he was transferred to a South Carolina hospital, returned home on furlough, joined a cavalry unit that fought at Atlanta, and was stationed in Selma, Alabama, when the war ended. The strength of Hankins s text lies in his straightforward narrative style virtually free of Lost Cause sentiment. Both Union and Confederate veterans could relate to his stories because so many of them had faced similar challenges during the war. Full of valuable information on a common soldier s experience, the memoir still conjures the sights, sounds, and smells of warfare. Seller Inventory # AAN9780817351571

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Book Description The University of Alabama Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This fast-paced memoir was written in 1905 by 61-year-old Samuel W. Hankins while he was living in the Soldiers Home in Gulfport, Mississippi. It vividly details his years as a Confederate rifleman from the spring of 1861, when at a mere sixteen years of age he volunteered for the 2d Mississippi Infantry, through the end of the war in 1865, when he was just twenty years old and maimed for life. The 2d Mississippi was part of the Army of Northern Virginia and as such saw action at Bull Run/Manassas, Seven Pines and the Peninsular Campaign, and Gettysburg. Besides being hospitalized with measles, suffering severely frostbitten feet, and being wounded by a minie ball at the Railroad Cut, Hankins was captured by Federal forces and sent to a prisoner of war camp on David s Island, New York. Later, he was transferred to a South Carolina hospital, returned home on furlough, joined a cavalry unit that fought at Atlanta, and was stationed in Selma, Alabama, when the war ended. The strength of Hankins s text lies in his straightforward narrative style virtually free of Lost Cause sentiment. Both Union and Confederate veterans could relate to his stories because so many of them had faced similar challenges during the war. Full of valuable information on a common soldier s experience, the memoir still conjures the sights, sounds, and smells of warfare. Seller Inventory # BTE9780817351571

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Book Description The University of Alabama Press, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This fast-paced memoir was written in 1905 by 61-year-old Samuel W. Hankins while he was living in the Soldiers Home in Gulfport, Mississippi. It vividly details his years as a Confederate rifleman from the spring of 1861, when at a mere sixteen years of age he volunteered for the 2d Mississippi Infantry, through the end of the war in 1865, when he was just twenty years old and maimed for life. The 2d Mississippi was part of the Army of Northern Virginia and as such saw action at Bull Run/Manassas, Seven Pines and the Peninsular Campaign, and Gettysburg. Besides being hospitalized with measles, suffering severely frostbitten feet, and being wounded by a minie ball at the Railroad Cut, Hankins was captured by Federal forces and sent to a prisoner of war camp on David s Island, New York. Later, he was transferred to a South Carolina hospital, returned home on furlough, joined a cavalry unit that fought at Atlanta, and was stationed in Selma, Alabama, when the war ended. The strength of Hankins s text lies in his straightforward narrative style virtually free of Lost Cause sentiment. Both Union and Confederate veterans could relate to his stories because so many of them had faced similar challenges during the war. Full of valuable information on a common soldier s experience, the memoir still conjures the sights, sounds, and smells of warfare. Seller Inventory # AAN9780817351571

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