Morgan and His Men (Expanded, Annotated)by Sally Rochester Ford
Sally Rochester Ford was one of the most prominent southern
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This rip-roaring novel is part history, part romance, and all Confederate propaganda. When published in 1864, the South was close to losing the war. Intertwining historical fact with swooning romance, the story tells the tale of love caught up in wartime and a people being oppressed by "Lincolnites."
Sally Rochester Ford was one of the most prominent southern writers of the Civil War era. This book is of interest to student of the era, whether or not you usually read Civil War fiction
You'll have fun reading this from both a romance and historical perspective, seeing what a southern author tried to do to rally her compatriots.
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