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Download Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Civil War - Richard Taylor
Destruction and Reconstruction: Personal Experiences of the Civil War

In this unique series, the Civil War comes vividly to life, as those who were there give eye-witness accounts from both sides of the bloody conflict. A sugar farmer and gentleman politician with no military training before the war, General Richard Taylor--son of President Zachary Taylor--plays a major role in the Red River campaign. Out of print since 1879.

Author: Richard Taylor
Pages: 274 pages
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