3 edition of Reminiscences of Confederate service, 1861-1865. found in the catalog.
Reminiscences of Confederate service, 1861-1865.
Francis Warrington Dawson
|Statement||By Capt. Francis W. Dawson.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Confederate.|
|LC Classifications||E605 .D27|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||18018261|
Confederate soldier, from Smithfield (Johnston Co.), N.C. Typescript copy of the reminiscences of Powell, a member of the 24th North Carolina Infantry Regiment and the 10th North Carolina Battalion, Heavy Artillery, describing his service in Virginia, including the Seven Days Battle, and the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg; the defenses Author: Elizabeth Dunn. Filed under: West Virginia -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories. History of the Twelfth West Virginia Volunteer Infantry: The Part It Took in the War of the Rebellion, , by William Hewitt (Gutenberg ebook) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
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Reminiscences of Confederate service, Contributor Names Dawson, Francis Warrington, Created / Published Charleston, S.C.: The News and courier book presses, Subject Headings. First published seventeen years after the end of the Civil War, 'Reminiscences Of Confederate Service,by Francis W.
Dawson, is the only memoir by a British citizen who saw active service in both the Confederate navy and by: 2. First published seventeen years after the end of the Civil War, 1861-1865. book Of Confederate Service,by Francis W. Dawson, is the only memoir by a British citizen who saw active service in both the Confederate navy and army.3/5.
REMINISCENCES OF CONFEDERATE SERVICE, – By Capt. FRANCIS W. DAWSON, C. [ COPIES.] CHARLESTON, S. THE NEWS AND COURIER BOOK PRESSES. [PRINTED FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION.] I. It was in the autumn of that I made up my mind to go to the Southern States of. Get this from a library. Reminiscences of Confederate service, [Francis Warrington Dawson].
First published seventeen years after the end of the Civil War, Reminiscences of Confederate Service, –, by Francis W. Dawson, is the only memoir by a British citizen who saw active service in both the Confederate navy and army.
Dawson utilizes his skill as a journalist to write vivid descriptions of his experiences on the blockade runner Nashville, with the Army of 3/5(1). Civil War Hardback Book: "Reminiscences of Confederate Service " by Francis W.
Dawson. An interesting book, Dawson was an Englishman who joined the crew of the CSS Nashville when it was provisioning in London in Upon reaching the States, he realized his opportunities would be better in the Confederate Army, so he became an artilleryman, Seller Rating: % positive.
REMINISCENCES OF CONFEDERATE SERVICE BY FRANCIS W. DAWSON Edited by Bell I. Wiley With an Introduction, Appendix, and Notes MINT CONDITION This is a brand new, unread, pristine-condition book. Sharp, Bright, Solidly Bound, Clean, New Book Excellent Confederate Memoir ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED INTHIS IS THE OUT-OF-PRINT, Seller Rating: % positive.
Get this from a library. Reminiscences of Confederate service, [Francis Warrington Dawson; Bell Irvin Wiley; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)]. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Reminiscences of Confederate Service,by Francis W.
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This fascinating book is written by an Englishman who emigrated to America to enter Confederate service. With the assistance of A. Dudley Mann, Confederate agent in England, Francis W. Dawson persuaded Capt. Robt. Pegram, commanding officer of the Confederate States steamer, the Nashville, then at Southampton obtaining supplies for the South, to let him join.
Sketches of several hundred Confederate veterans, residing in Texas after the Civil War, giving particulars of their war service.
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Reminiscences of Confederate Service, has 0 available edition to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Reminiscences of the boys in gray, by Mamie Yeary,For the author by Smith & Lamar, publishing house M. E. church, South edition, in EnglishPages: Sketches of several hundred Confederate veterans, now residing in Texas, giving particulars of their war service Reminiscences of the boys in gray, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
EMBED EMBED (for This book appears to be continued in another volume. The information in individuals is very complete and is a."Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray " and originally published in is the outstanding compilation of the Texas Confederate Civil War veterans who were interviewed, wrote letters to the editor Mamie Yeary who took 3 years to conduct interviews, receive letters from hundreds of veterans who fought and survived the Civil War.5/5.