384pp. paperback: Very Good+ [gold color has worn away from cover titles; else VG+] One of the great memoirs of Civil War service, revised over 30 years after the war by the author. Henry Kyd Douglas (1840-1903) was the youngest officer on General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's staff and was wounded half a dozen times during the war and cited for bravery. A classic not to be missed.
Fine. SHIPS FIRST CLASS UPGRADE from NJ: 2-3 DAY DELIV( US); GIFT-ABLE as FEELS NEW LATER PRINTING, FAST DELIVERY, FEELS UNREAD; NEAR NEW (one page corner turned, bump, toning pages) AS SHOWN THIS PHOTO. Format A paperback (US). Glued binding. 384 p. Audience: General/trade. 9722 9722--From the John Brown Raid to the hanging of Mrs. Surratt, young and dashing Henry Kyd Douglas rode with Stonewall Jackson and held the Southern cause close. He kept his journals during and after the Civil War, writing in a simple and resonant style, as though he were telling anecdotes at dinner. Born in Shepherdstown, West Virginia (then Virginia) in 1840, Douglas was admitted to the bar in 1860, after college. During the war, he was woulded 6 times and cited for bravery, ending as commander of the Light...
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