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Remembering Georgia's Confederates (Images of America Series)
     

Remembering Georgia's Confederates (Images of America Series)

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by David N. Wiggins
 

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Found on monuments throughout the South, the sentiment “Lest we forget!” represents the theme of Remembering Georgia’s Confederates. Dedicated to the men and women who served Georgia when her heart belonged to the Confederate States of America, this volume remembers the state’s Confederate past—a time of passion, devotion, honor,

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Found on monuments throughout the South, the sentiment “Lest we forget!” represents the theme of Remembering Georgia’s Confederates. Dedicated to the men and women who served Georgia when her heart belonged to the Confederate States of America, this volume remembers the state’s Confederate past—a time of passion, devotion, honor, courage, faith, perseverance, sacrifice, and loss. Georgia, rich in its heritage, boasts numerous locales to visit, learn about, and remember its role in the Confederacy: the battlefields and their interpretive centers, the coastal forts, the prison camp, the world’s largest painting, the world’s largest Confederate memorial, a pair of locomotive engines, a number of Confederate cemeteries, and various homes, museums, and history centers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738518237
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
08/10/2005
Series:
Images of America Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
1,270,522
Product dimensions:
4.72(w) x 10.84(h) x 0.34(d)

Meet the Author


Dr. David N. Wiggins, author of the celebrated Carroll and Haralson Counties in Vintage Postcards, has compiled this pictorial tribute to his home state’s Confederate legacy. The volume features vintage images of many of Georgia’s soldiers—famous and lesser-known, young and old, survivors and those who never returned. Other views depict survivors in their later years, at postwar gatherings, memorial services, parades, and dedications that reunited them.

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