BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PAT CLEBURNE AND GEN. T.C. HINDMAN

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By Charles Edward Nash, M.D. Tunnah & Pitard, Little Rock, Ark.: 1898. Rebound. Ex-lib. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”. 288 pp., ills. In brown glazed cloth, 7.375 x 5”, w/light blue title  spine  lettering w/“Little Rock Public Library” at the foot. Pat Cleburne was perhaps the Confederate Army of Tennessee’s best and most respected divisional commander, who also, as the war went on,  advanced the controversial proposition  of enlisting slaves in the Confederate army, to be rewarded with their freedom at the conclusion of hostilities. He was also one of seven rebel generals killed at the Battle of Franklin in October 1864.  [jp]

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