Experience of a Confederate Chaplain 1861-1865


By: Rev. A.D. Betts

59 pages




This is the wartime diary kept by Rev. A.D. Betts who was a Confederate Chaplain. Most of his chaplaincy with the 30th North Carolina was in the Army of Northern Virginia. One can really get a glimpse of all that was involved in being a chaplain. Sometimes these men went to extremes to honor the Lord in their service for Him and to the soldiers. There is a biographical sketch of Dr. Betts as well as a picture on the cover.

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Weight .20 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × .18 × 8.5 in


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