Red Clay to Richmond: Trail of the 35th Georgia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Won the 2005 James Robertson Literary Prize for Confederate History and the 2006 Georgia Historical Records Advisory Board Book Award. Using previously unpublished diaries and letters the author discloses the daily struggles of a regiment of Georgia infantrymen. It shows the true American spirit in the midst of deprivation and hardship. These troops fought in many bloody places under the commands of famous men like Stonewall Jackson, A. P. Hill and Robert E. Lee. It contains 496 Pages with maps, photos, roster, appendix, notes, bibliography and index.
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