By Jennifer Thompson

ISBN-10: 1546661379

ISBN-13: 9781546661375

this is often the ultimate quantity during this sequence and contains the newspaper articles that supply studies throughout the warfare and approximately brigade reunions after the battle. The articles additionally aid readers find out about tragedies, distinct occasions, and the deaths of the warriors during this regiment. Readers may also persist with a Tennessee homicide trial. the boys of the "Bloody 8th" lived as much as their motto "Above Us or round Us" and are males to be remembered for years to come.

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