Chaplain Davis and Hood's Texas Brigade

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Ordained a Presbyterian minister in the late 1840s, Nicholas A. Davis joined the Fourth Regiment of Texas Volunteers as chaplain in 1861. Soon after, the unit moved to Virginia, where they fought in the Seven Days Campaign, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, and Fredericksburg. Davis wrote his memoir two years into battle, drawing upon keen observational skills and a diary he kept faithfully. He delves deeply into little known topics such as religion in the field, the duties of army chaplains, the appalling condition of wounded ...

Chaplain Davis and Hood's Texas Brigade 2011, Literary Licensing, LLC, Whitefish MT

ISBN-13: 9781258071431

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Chaplain Davis and Hood's Texas Brigade 2011, Literary Licensing, LLC, Whitefish MT

ISBN-13: 9781258177041

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Chaplain Davis and Hood's Texas Brigade 1999, LSU Press, Baton Rouge

ISBN-13: 9780807123928

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