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by Philip Alexander Bruce
originally published in 1916
paperback; 211 pages

The Confederate soldier was revered by Northerners and Southerners alike long after the war ended for the gallant and romantic aspects of his character. The author's vivid account of numerous deeds of daring, bravado, cunning, and selfless courage by Confederate partisans during the War of 1861-65 will fire the young reader's imagination — and impress upon him the all-important lesson that some causes are worth risking everything to advance.

Brave Deeds of Confederate Soldiers

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