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Recommended: Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor
Experienced historian Bertram Groene shows you step by step how easy it can be to trace your ancestors' role in the Civil War.   Learn about the battles they fought.  Learn about your ancestor's experiences in the war that affected every aspect of your forbears' lives. ORDER

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Learn more about this battle that was fought by Gordon Co, GA soldiers! 

Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama Prior to the Civil War
by Madge Pettit

"This is another battle fought by Gordon Co, GA soldiers"
by Jerry Korn, Editors of Time-Life Books
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Unusual and Unique Facts About the War Between the States
by Webb B. Garrison
Five Star ranking
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by William Thomas Venner
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After Chancellorsville : Letters from the Heart : The Civil War Letters of
Private Walter G. Dunn & Emma Randolph
by Walter G. Dunn, Emma Randolph, Robert I. Cottom (Editor), Judy Bailey (Editor)

by Elizabeth D. Leonard
Five Star ranking
As the American Civil War raged on, Louisiana's Sarah Morgan complained to her diary, "Oh! if I were only a man. Then I could don the breeches, and slay them with a will!" Though Morgan never did "don the breeches," in All the Daring of the Soldier, historian Elizabeth D. Leonard reveals that many women did. Leonard recounts the stories of dozens of women who joined the war effort, such as Richard Anderson, a.k.a. Amy Clarke, who fought with her Confederate cavalry regiment at the battle of Shiloh.
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America's National Battlefield Parks : A Guide
by Joseph E. Stevens, Beth Silverman (Illustrator)
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Paperback - 384 pages Rep edition (May 1991)

The Diary of Charlotte Forten, 1854 (Diaries, Letters, and Memoirs)



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