5 edition of Johnny Reb, Confederate Spy: Memories of Thrilling Events of the Civil War found in the catalog.
Johnny Reb, Confederate Spy: Memories of Thrilling Events of the Civil War
December 2000 by Larksdale Pr .
Written in English
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[Ward McDonald; Mary McDonald Willis]. Johnny Reb, Confederate spy: memories of thrilling events of the Civil War: Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry, written. Johnny Reb, Confederate spy memories of thrilling events of the Civil War: Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry, written for the Moulton Advertiser, Moulton, Alabama by Ward McDonald, Mary McDonald Willis.
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The regiment's first colonel, Philip Dale Roddy, who raised an independent cavalry company before he commanded the 4th AL Cavalry, was made a brigadier early in the war.
The regiment was commanded for the great part of the war by Col. William A. Johnson. Potter, Johnny L. Ward Johnny Reb Reb, Confederate spy: Memories of thrilling events of the Civil War, Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry.
"'The momentous events' of the Civil War as reported by a Confederate private-sergeant. BOOK Wed Dec 27 Can anyone out there let me know where I might find a book by Author:Ward McDonald titled Johnny Reb, Confederate spy: Memories of thrilling events of the Civil War, Memoirs of Ward McDonald, Captain, C.S.A., 4th Alabama Cavalry.
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