Victor M. Rose & S. B. Barron ‘The rollicking, rascally and brave boys from the Lone Star state’
The American Civil War brought forth several notable soldiers and commanders on both the Union and Confederate sides of the confli..
Frank M. Mixson & John Gill Two First Hand Accounts by Confederate Soldiers During the American Civil War—Reminiscences of a Private of the First South Carolina Volunteer Infantry by Frank M. Mixson & Reminiscences of Four Years as a Private Soldier of the Maryland Infantry & Two excellent Confederate eyewitness accounts
This special Leonaur edition contains two small works combined for good value and each written by a private soldier of the Confederate Army who fought ..
Isaac Hermann The Recollections of a Soldier of the First Georgia Regiment During the American Civil War An adopted Georgian’s story of his war with the Confederacy
Posterity is fortunate that the American Civil War has given us dozens of first hand accounts from soldiers of all ranks—and all are abso..
James Carson The Experiences of a Confederate Soldier of the 56th North Carolina Regiment During the American Civil War The war and views of a foot soldier in gray
The author of this book has written of his experiences of the American Civil War from the perspective of an ordinary private soldier of the North Carolin..
Wayland Fuller Dunaway Recollections of an Officer of the Army of Northern Virginia During the American Civil War A Confederate infantry officer's war
This is a personal account of the Civil War written by a young confederate officer, a native of Virginia, who fought in many battles of the conflict. We accompa..
Richard Taylor The American Civil War Reminiscences of the Colonel of the 9th Louisiana Infantry A Southern officer's war
This is a valuable Civil War memoir from a regimental officer of the Army of the Confederacy. Its author, Richard Taylor has taken a well rounded view of his experiences re..
Sam. R. Watkins Recollections of Service With Company H, ‘Maury Grays,’ 1st Tennessee Regiment During the American Civil War A classic account of Civil War combat
This is a justifiably famous account of the Civil War told by an ordinary soldier from within the ranks of a Tennessee regiment within the Confederate Army. Of..
William G. Stevenson A young Kentuckian’s experiences in the Confederate Infantry & Cavalry during the American Civil War. Not every soldier is filled with patriotic fervour. William Stevenson narrowly escaped the hangman and was pressed into volunteering himself into the Confederate Infantry. There he found himself engag..