Pat Cleburne, Confederate General;: A Definitive Biography, Howell, Elizabeth Purdue.

Pat Cleburne, Confederate General;: A Definitive Biography,

Waco, TX: Hill Jr. College Press, 1973. Hardcover. Hardcover in emereal green cloth stamped in gilt. Map endpapers. vx+ 498 pp. with bibliography, index. Errata sheet tipped onto final page. Maps. Decaccesioned form the War Library of a national military history organization with their bookplate on the front pastedown and spine sticker on dust jacket. Patrick Ronayne Cleburn, born in County Cork, Ireland in 1828, was the only Confederate general to have served in the British army. He emigrated to Arkansas in 1849. His aggressive, tenacious fighting style earned him the nickname "Stonewall Jackson of the West". In 1864, recognizing that the South was losing the war due to limitations of manpower and resources, he proposed to the Army of Tennessee the idea that slaves be emacipated and enlisted in the Confederate cause (though he did not espouse black eqality). He was killed at the Battle of Franklin in November, 1864. Fine / good. Item #E23892
ISBN: 9780912172187

Price: $39.50

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