Reminiscences of Four Years as a Private Soldier.
Baltimore: Sun Printing, 1904. First. Hard Cover. XLib with librarian induced faults. Number on front board, periodic acquisition stamp although not hindering the text. The frontisepiece and title page are clean.Hinges good, tight and square. / None. Item #561
A rare Confederate memoir. A Marylander serving in the First Maryland Infantry, CSA, then attached to the Second Virginia Cavalry and finally to the First Maryland Cavalry Battalion, CSA. He was present at all the major engagements from First Manassas on. His narrative is refreshing in that it covers only what Gill saw and did, it does not critique or try to explain general officer strategy.
Howes 169. Nevins I-94: “…highly personal recollections…” Coulter 185. Dornbusch II-515.