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The Last Confederate General: John C Vaughn and His East Tennessee Cavalry
[9780760335178]
$39.99 $32.95

Author: Gordon, Larry
Publisher: Zenith Press
Year: 2009
ISBN: 9780760335178
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: As New
Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Description:
New book, 272 pages. John Crawford Vaughn was one of the most famous men in Tennessee in the nineteenth century. He was the first man to raise a regiment in the state ( the Third Tennessee)...and one of the very last Confederate generals to surrender, taking the reader from the battles of new Creek Bridge, the first battle of Parnassus, Vickers burg- where Vaughn repelled Sherman's advance - to the final council of war with then-President Davis. The first biography of this poorly understood figure, this book reveals new information about Vaughn's location on the field of crucial battles; his multiple wounds; his role as Jefferson Davis' friend and escort; the fact that his wife and family were captured by Union soldiers; and, the effect of this knowledge on his performance as a military commander. It also serves as an admirable unit histories of one of the premiere cavalry forces of the war, and an outstanding biography of a tenacious fighter who ended his days as State Senator for the People of Tennessee who he had fought for so nobly.


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