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by Ronald G. Griffin


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The 11th Alabama Voluntee. has been added to your Cart. Griffin has made a significant contribution. He has ably honored one of the foremost fighting regiments in the Confederate Army" -Civil War News.

The 11th Alabama Voluntee. Ronald G. Griffin lives in Theodore, Alabama.

Griffin, Ronald G. The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil Wa. Mesic, Harriet Bey. Cobb's Legion Cavalry: A History and Roster of the Ninth Georgia Volunteers in the Civil War. The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, In. 2008. Hoole, William Stanley. History of the Forty–sixth Alabama Regiment Volunteer Infantry, 1862–1865. University, Alabala: Confederate Publishing Company, 1985. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Publishers, 2009. Murray, Allan J. South Georgia Rebels: the True Wartime Experiences of the Twenty–Sixth Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Lawton–Gordon–Evans Brigade, Confederate States Army, 1861–1865.

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Popisuje základní informace o jižanském vojákovi. Describes basic information about a southern soldier. 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co. E. 17 October at 00:33 ·. Nová kniha v naší plukovní knihovně. Tato kniha popisuje osudy alabamské brigády, jejiž součástí byl i náš slavný regiment. A new book in our regimental library.

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The 11th Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate Army . The regiment suffered approximately 270 killed in action or mortally wounded and 200 men who died of disease, for a total of approximately 470 fatalities

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From inception to the final roll call, this regimental history traces the 11th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers from its 1861 creation to the Confederate surrender at Appomattox. The work follows the 11th Alabama through various battles including Manassas, Fredericksburg, Salem Church and Gettysburg. Drawing on personal correspondence such as letters and diaries, it presents the soldiers as individuals and contributes to the dialogue on why the typical Southern soldier fought in the war. The geographical movement of the regiment throughout the war, its key leaders and the organization of its companies are also discussed in detail. There are 81 period photographs that add to the story of this remarkable unit.

Comments: (2)

Tori Texer
Well done.
Zainian
When I saw this book was available, I was very hopeful that it would shed light on what my gggreat uncle had endured in the service of his country. I had a good idea of where he had been killed (Gettysburg) but thats about all. This book was able to tell us how and where he had been wounded by what and the extent of his wounds. One of his buddies saw it, talked to him before his death, and wrote home of it. His family now knows exactly what happened to him, and for that we will be forever grateful.
The 11th Alabama Volunteer Regiment in the Civil War download epub
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Author: Ronald G. Griffin
ISBN: 0786430788
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: McFarland (January 18, 2008)