Written by Philip Alexander Bruce
Though Bruce was too young to fight in the War Between the States, he was well acquainted with the sacrifice made by Southern men. Bruce was influenced by the example of his father, Charles, who equipped and outfitted a battery known as the Staunton Hill Artillery, and by the examples of other relatives, Patrick Henry, and Thomas Nelson Page. Philip was the premier historian of colonial Virginia in his day. A must-read for those who wish to read the truth of history.
Gray pictorial cover with red lettering on front cover and spine. 366 pages.