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A Journal of the American Civil War

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Volume Two, Number Two

Format: Paperback, 108 pages
Price: $12.95
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Published: 1992

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About this Book

William Hill Andrews served with the 1st Georgia Regulars from the Siege of Yorktown to the Army of Tennessee's surrender in North Carolina in April of 1865. Andrews penned his memoirs during the 1890's, using his wartime journal as a basis for his recollections, which are included in this issue, plus:

Publisher's Preface

Feature Articles

  • The 1st Georgia Regulars at Sharpsburg: Recollections of the Maryland Campaign, 1862
  • And Fire Shall Devour Them: The 9th New Hampshire Infantry at the Crater
  • Glory Enough: The 148th Pennsylvania Volunteers at Fort Crater
  • The Preservation Report
  • Civil War on the Santa Fe Trail: Preserving the Battlefield at Glorieta Pass

Book Reviews

  • Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat, Volume II
  • The Civil War Diary of Wyman White
  • In Deadly Ernest: The First Missouri Brigade, C.S.A.
  • Burnside
  • States Rights Gist
  • With Porter in North Missouri
  • Kirby Smith's Trans-Mississippi West
  • Guide to Civil War Periodicals