Their tattered flags: the epic of the Confederacy
A well-researched, objective, but sympathetic history of the Civil War years in the South, told in a graphic, fast-moving narrative that will attract casual readers as well as scholars and Civil War buffs.
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The Confederate States
The South the Poor South
Cast upon the Winds and Waves
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