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Wandering to glory : Confederate veterans remember Evans' Brigade

edited by DeWitt Boyd Stone
Books/Monographs
English
Columbia, South Carolina : University of South Carolina Press, c2002
xviii, 331 p. : ill., maps, ports.
1570034338

Notes

Maps on endpapers.

Bibliography: p. 293-309.

Includes index.

Includes names of related military leaders; no rosters.

Contents: Captain Nathan George Evans, U.S.A. -- Major Evans and others inspecting Fort Sumter -- Brigadier General Nathan George Evans, C.S.A. -- John Hugh Means -- Peter Fayssoux Stevens -- Lucy Holcombe Pickens' likeness on a Confederate $100 bill -- On the way to Manassas -- Map of the campaign in Virginia -- Rappahannock Station -- Longstreet's march through Thoroughfare Gap -- First and last positions in the fighting of August 30 -- Lee's army crossing into Maryland -- Movements from September 10 to 17, 1862 -- The Battle of Sharpsburg -- William Porcher DuBose -- The steamer "New York" at Aiken's Landing -- Foster's route from Newbern to Goldsboro -- The Battle of Kinston -- William G. Vardell -- Jackson and vicinity -- Rev. Silas Pinckney Holbrook Elwell -- Map of northern Florida -- William S. Walker -- The Richmond-Petersburg area -- Stephen Elliott Jr. -- Olin M. Dantzler -- Caleb Glover -- a Confederate countermine -- Detail of the federal mine -- Situation at 4:30 a.m. on July 30, 1864 -- Explosion of the mine -- Fitz William McMaster -- Situation at 1:00 p.m. on July 30, 1864 -- The Confederate line as reconstructed at the crater -- Battlefield relics -- William H. Wallace -- John Floyd -- The interior of Fort Stedman -- Welborn J. Andrews -- Map of the Battle of Five Forks -- Henry L. Benbow -- Judge Joshua Hilary Hudson -- Dock Owen and family, about 1903 -- Brigadier General Nathan George Evans.

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