Iron Dragons [NOOK Book]

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After years of doing research on and around the remains of the CSS Muscogee, the author decided to write what life on board her might have been like. The author served on a wooden vessel. Part of life onboard might have included several of the real life inventions that came to late to help the Confederacy. While the story line is fiction, all parts are historical. Exception, Davy Jones shows up to help with the Shellback initiation. The story line is a group of Southerners decide to sail the Muscogee to Brazil ...
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Overview

After years of doing research on and around the remains of the CSS Muscogee, the author decided to write what life on board her might have been like. The author served on a wooden vessel. Part of life onboard might have included several of the real life inventions that came to late to help the Confederacy. While the story line is fiction, all parts are historical. Exception, Davy Jones shows up to help with the Shellback initiation. The story line is a group of Southerners decide to sail the Muscogee to Brazil rather than see the Yankees burn her. The real life Confederados play a part.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012630704
  • Publisher: Roger Campbell
  • Publication date: 2/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 418
  • File size: 331 KB

Meet the Author

The author is a retired naval officer and American Civil War Naval Historican. After 25 years of writing this will be the author's first published work. More historical fiction and Sci-Fi naval novels will soon be released.
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  • Posted February 20, 2011

    High Recommended

    For the Civil War buff this is a must read. Move over Newt, the Confederate navy is here. This tale follows a die hard Southern squadron as they break out of the Gulf and head for freedom. The author's knowledge of Southern Ironclads and naval warfare makes this enjoyable for the re-enactor or the historian. I strongly recommend this for your reading pleasure. I enjoyed it.

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