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by William R. Hudnall

Category: Americas
Subcategory: History books
Author: William R. Hudnall
ISBN: 0971112908
ISBN13: 978-0971112902
Language: English
Publisher: Kellys Creek Publishers (June 1, 2001)
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Chronological account of two brothers and a first cousin, all three born in Western Virginia prior to the Civil War, who joined JEB Stuart's Confederate 10th Virginia Cavalry. All survived war's rigors, including two who were captured, only to return to the new state of West Virginia which had been joined with the Union during their absence. The story highlights how returning ex-Confederates were treated after returning to a Union State and their "homes". Illustrated with real time photos of battlefield areas they would have visited with their unit. Photos and a short bio of each of their war time leaders, with maps and several other illustrations for placing credibility to their story.
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