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The Tennessee Civil War veterans questionnaires

compiled by Gustavus W. Dyer & John Trotwood Moore ; editors, Colleen Morse Elliott (Mrs. O.L.) & Louise Armstrong Moxley (Mrs. R.L.)
Books/Monographs
English
Easley, South Carolina : Southern Historical Press, c1985
5 v.
  • 089308221X
  • 0893082163 v. 1
  • 089308218X v. 3
  • 0893082198 v. 4
  • 0893082201 v. 5
  • 0893082171 v. 2

Notes

Between 1915 and 1922, surviving Tennessee Civil War veterans were asked to respond to a questionaire asking about their Civil War experiences, family life, pre-war lifestyle etc. Their responses have been transcribed exactly as received into these five volumes.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. Federal soldiers (Acuff-Wood) and Confederate soldiers (Abbott-Bryne) -- v. 2. Confederate soldiers (Caldwell-Fuston) -- v. 3. Confederate soldiers (Gailbrath-Kyle) -- v. 4. Confederate soldiers (Lackey-Quarles) -- v. 5. Confederate soldiers (Rainey-Young).

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