1986 REPRINT OF THE 1912 “REMINISCENCES OF THE BOYS IN GRAY” - TEXAS

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Title page reads “REMINISCENCES OF THE BOYS IN GRAY 1861-1865” by Miss Mamie Yeary and published by Morningside of Dayton, Ohio in 1986.

Hardcover is nicely bound in gray cloth with the title in gold on the front cover and repeated on the spine. Front cover is also decorated with full color renditions of the Confederate 1st and 3rd National and the battle flag. Covers are excellent and in like new condition.

Volume meas. approx. 6.50 x 9.50 inches and runs approx. 928 pages with index.

Binding is excellent and the interior is also like new. Text has several black and white photographs. Top page edges show light spots of foxing.

The author, Miss Mamie Yeary was the daughter of a member of the 5th Texas Partisan Rangers. Most of the books 904 pages are devoted to the recollections of Confederate veterans living in post-war Texas. The veteran’s memoirs appear in alphabetical order. Also found within the book is the Confederate Constitution and a day by day, state by state listing of battles and skirmishes.     [AD] [PH:L]

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