Joe Brown's Army: the Georgia State Line, 1862-1865
The Civil War Georgia series explores all facets of the Civil War concerning the state of Georgia. The open-ended series will include all forms of writing, from letters and diaries, regimental and battle histories, to biographies, and will be open to explore other topics such as life on the home front, politics, economics, and religion. Mercer University Press invites manuscript submissions for this series, as well as on any aspect of the Civil War outside the series description. All manuscripts will be read by competent Civil War scholars and historians.
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State Rights State Troops
The Creation of the Georgia State Line
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