3 edition of Rustics In Rebellion - A Yankee Reporter On The Road To Richmond 1861-65 found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007
by Lewis Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
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Publication Rustics in rebellion: a Yankee reporter on the road to Richmond, George Alfred Townsend ; with an introduction by Lida Mayo University of North Carolina Press, RUSTICS IN REBELLION: A Yankee Reporter on the Road to Richmond: by George Alfred Townsend ‧ RELEASE DATE: Ap Certain phases of the Civil War, as seen through the eyes of the reporter, Town-send, the Ernie Pyle of his day in the hearts of those newspaper readers who looked for the by-line ""Oath"", by which he as known /rustics-in-rebellion-a-yankee-reporter-on-the-r.
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By Rustics in Rebellion a Yankee Reporter on the Road to Richmond 65 by George Alfred Townsend. Call Number: TOW thereby ending the Civil War while it was still a rebellion instead of a revolution. a dispatch book, and half a million dollars.
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Rustics in Rebellion: A Yankee Reporter on the Road in Richmond, (North Carolina Press, ). About the Author Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris has a PhD in the History of Science & Medicine from Oxford :// Get this from a library. Rustics in rebellion: a Yankee reporter on the road to Richmond, [George Alfred Townsend] Rustics in Rebellion: A Yankee Reporter on the Road to Richmond Townsend, George Alfred Published by University of North Carolina () Townsend, George A.
Rustics in Rebellion: A Yankee Reporter on the Road to Richmond, Chapel Hill: Univ. of NC Press, (jacket, 1st ed.) Tregaskis, Richard. Guadalcanal Diary NY: Random House, (first printing) Tully, Andrew. Rustics in rebellion: a Yankee reporter on the road to Richmond, George Alfred Townsend ; with an introduction by Lida Mayo University of North Carolina Press c I’m hugely indebted to Faust for information found in this article, and highly recommend her book to anyone seeking further reading on this subject.
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