n.p. For the Author, Ca. 1912. This work is dedicated to the J.E.B. Stuart, Camp 24, Confederate Veterans. John was 24 when he enlisted as a private in the 35th VA Battalion Cavalry, Company B, on 9/15/1862. This is the famed "Comanches." It was part of Ashby's Cavalry, then the... More
Hickory, NC: Clay Printing, 1911. First. HB. Red Cloth. Nevins II-223. Catawba County is located in Western North Carolina. This rare book lists over 1500 soldiers from the area and gives a bio of each. Tom Broadfoot reports that it is seldom found in good condition. Not the case with... More
Richmond: E.W. Ayres, 1865. First. Wraps bound into boards. CONFEDERATE IMPRINT. THOUGHT TO BE THE LAST BOOK PUBLISHED IN THE CONFEDERACY. THE BOOK WAS REVIEWED IN MARCH 1865 IN A RICHMOND PAPER. P&W-4994. Crandall 2647.
Bound into boards with a homemade paper DJ.More