“A neat tale of suspense
an admirable piece of Americana.”
“Gives the best account I know of.
This Confederate Soldier shows his devotion to the truth by limiting his narrative to what he saw with his own eyes.”
“He was the G.I. Joe of the confederate amy.
He wrote so honestly, casually, and dramatically that no one who pretends to understand the Irresponsible Conflict can neglect reading this book.”
INTRODUCTION by Richard Wheeler
EXPERIENCES AND OBSERVATIONS FROM THE EARLY FIFTIES AND THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR
GENERAL JACKSON’S FLANKING GENERAL McCLELLAN AND SEVEN DAYS’ BATTLE BEFORE RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
BATTLE OF SECOND MANASSAS
BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA
BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA
BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA
CAPTURE AND ESCAPE
SURRENDER AND RETURN HOME
AFTERWORD by Vallie Fletcher Taylor