A Rebel's Recollections

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"A Rebel''s Recollections," by George Cary Eggleston (1839-1911)

Published 1875, Republished with addenda 1889


Extraordinary account of a Virginia gentleman who immediately and dutifully answered his State''s call to duty. His service as an artillery officer is recounted, as are anecdotes relating to incidents and personalities of the war between the states.


Contents


    1. THE MUSTERING.
    2. THE MEN WHO MADE THE ARMY.
    3. THE TEMPER OF THE WOMEN.
    4. OF THE TIME WHEN MONEY WAS "EASY."
    5. THE CHEVALIER OF THE LOST CAUSE.
    6. LEE, JACKSON, AND SOME LESSER WORTHIES.
    7. SOME QUEER PEOPLE.
    8. RED TAPE.
    9. THE END, AND AFTER.


(103 pages, 767Kb)

"A Rebel''s Recollections," by George Cary Eggleston (1839-1911)Published 1875, Republished with addenda 1889 Extraordinary account of a Virginia gentleman who immediately and dutifully answered his State''s call to duty. His service as an artillery
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