"For the Sake of My Country": The Diary of Col. W.W. Ward, 9th Tennessee Cavalry, Morgan's Brigade, C.S.A.
This is an original prison diary of a Confederate officer captured during John Hunt Morgan's Ohio raid. Extensively edited and annotated by Dr. Rosenburg, this book has been called "an important addition to the Civil War bibliography" by the prestigious Journal of Southern History.
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