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Prince of Edisto: Brigadier General Micah Jenkins, CSA, 2d rev.ed.


Prince of Edisto; brigadier general Micah Jenkins, CSA, 2d rev.ed.

Swisher, James K.

White Mane Publishing Co.


248 pages




Using contemporary writings and Jenkins' letters, Swisher traces the career of Civil War General Micah Jenkins from his beginnings on Edisto Island to his death in the Battle of the Wilderness in Virginia. Swisher also describes the complex military situation and the controversy surrounding Longstreet's command in the 1863 western campaign. This volume is a revised edition of the 1996 publication by Rockbridge Publishing Company.

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