Lee considered his compatriot, John Brown Gordon to be one of his most reliable and trustworthy generals during the US Civil War. Himself a general in the Confederate States Army, Gordon would endure not one, but two severe illnesses alongside eight significant wounds on the battlefield.
A rare "memorial edition" of Gen. Reminiscences of the Civil War. Held in high regard by many for its highly entertaining contents, this biographical work offers fascinating insight from a prominent Confederate military leader during one of the darkest times in US history. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons; Atlanta: The Martin and Hoyt Co. 95; Dornbusch II-2756; In Tall Cotton 71; Eicher 223.
Binding: Hardcover; tight and secure. 9in X 6.25in (22.5cm x 15.5cm).