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Charlotte's Boys: Civil War Letters of the Branch Family of Savannah epub

by Mauriel Phillips Joslyn


Charlotte's Boys: Civil War Letters of the Branch Family of Savannah epub

ISBN: 1883522129

ISBN13: 978-1883522124

Author: Mauriel Phillips Joslyn

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Rockbridge Pub Co; 1st edition (January 1997)

Pages: 374 pages

ePUB book: 1629 kb

FB2 book: 1588 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 234

Other Formats: docx lit mbr azw





The story of the Branch boys shows the Civil War's impact on individual soldiers and their families. Mauriel Phillips Joslyn lives in Athens, Georgia, where she lectures and gives presentations on military history while dressed in full Confederate costume

The story of the Branch boys shows the Civil War's impact on individual soldiers and their families. Mauriel Phillips Joslyn lives in Athens, Georgia, where she lectures and gives presentations on military history while dressed in full Confederate costume. Her work has been published in the Gettysburg Magazine and Military Heritage. Библиографические данные. Charlotte's Boys: Civil War Letters of the Branch Family of Savannah. Издание: иллюстрированное, перепечатанное.

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Personal Name: Joslyn, Mauriel, 1955

Geographic Name: Savannah (G. History. Personal Name: Joslyn, Mauriel, 1955-. Rubrics: Soldiers Georgia Savannah Correspondence. Download now Charlotte's boys : Civil War letters of the Branch family of Savannah Mauriel Phillips Joslyn. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Each of the Branch sons experienced war in a different way, and their letters, augmented by secondary correspondents, offer insight into life as Confederate soldiers as well as the effects of the Civil War on the civilian population of Savannah, Georgia. 20 b&w illustrations. ISBN13:9781883522124.

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Mauriel Phillips Joslyn, on the Branch family letters

Mauriel Phillips Joslyn, on the Branch family letters. Charlotte Branch, a widow of Savannah, Georgia, raised three sons to become servants of the Confederate cause. John, Sanford, and Hamilton Branch enlisted in Savannah's Oglethorpe Light Infantry, and their fate-along with the fate of many of their fellow soldiers-is revealed in this vast collection of letters from 1861 through 1866. One of the most complete compilations of Civil War correspondence to appear in print, Charlotte's Boys reveals the profoundly varied impact of war on individual soldiers and their families.

Charlotte's Boys: Civil War Letters of the Branch Family of Savannah. Thanks to the foresight of the authors, Voices in Flight is a literary memorial to the hugely gallant men who fought their war in small dangerous and vulnerable aeroplanes. This volume reveals the fate of the three Branch sons, John, Sanford, and Hamilton; their mother, Charlotte; and their extended family and friends from 1861 through 1866. We hear told the stories and thoughts of not only pilots but ground crew and others closely associated with this form of combat.

Each of the Branch sons experienced war in a different way, and their letters, augmented by secondary correspondents, offer insight into life as Confederate soldiers as well as the effects of the Civil War on the civilian population of Savannah, Georgia. 20 b&w illustrations.