Last Flag Down: The Epic Journey of the Last Confederate

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It was pledged to halting the further expansion of slavery. One gunsmith that looked at it said the repair work may be over 200 years old. Regt., at Jackson, Miss. for the purpose of collecting all absentees and deserters from Gibson�s Brigade. Widowed three times, she participated in Confederate memorial activities for many years. Grant leveled scornful remarks at President Davis’s supposed “military genius” in his memoirs. Possibly Wade's initials. / Fort Pitt, PA. / K.& T., or K.

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Publisher: Broadway Books; 1 edition (May 15, 2007)


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