Tarheels During the Civil War

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Bibliography Part 2

Here are some more books on North Carolina troops.

20. Voices From Cemetery Hill, by Albert Spear.
Letters and diaries of Lt. Col. Asbury Spear 28th NCT.

21. To Drive the Enemy From Southern Soil: The Letters of Colonel Francis Marion Parker and the History of the Thirtieth Regiment North Carolina Troops, by Michael W. Taylor.

22. The Cry is War, War, War: The Civil War Correspondence of Lieutenants Burwell Thomas Cotton and George Job Huntley, Thirty-fourth Regiment North Carolina Troops, Pender-Scales Brigade of the Light Division, Stonewall Jackson's and A.P. Hill's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A., by Michael W. Taylor.

23. A Captain's War: The Letters and Diaries of William H.S. Burgwyn, Thirty-Fifth North Carolina Infantry, by William H.S. Burgwyn.

24. A Portion of My Life, by William M. Norman. Norman served in the 2nd North Carolina Infantry.

25. As You May Never See Us Again: The Civil War Letters of George and Walter Battle, 4th North Carolina Infantry, by Sharlene Baker and Joel Craig.

26. Reminiscences of the Civil War 1861-1865, by P.L. Ledford. Ledford served in the 14th North Carolina Infantry.

27. Experience of A Confederate Chaplain 1861-1865, by Alexander D. Betts. Betts was chaplain of the 30th North Carolina Infantry.

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