The Fighting 57Th North Carolina The Life And Letters Of James Calvin Zimmerman: The Life And Letters Of James Calvin Zimmermanby David J Zimmerman, William R Hartley
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This book contains reports from the Official Records of the Civil War, Confederate Military History and the Southern Historical Papers. All of them contain the reports by the men who fought in the war along with the war letters of James Calvin Zimmerman and his family. As you read this, you will get to know the Zimmerman family and how a farming family from North Carolina survived one of the worst times in American History. All of this is true, all of this happened and all of this has been forgotten....until now.
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