Confederate Civil War Memoir Of J. E. Robuck - Reconstruction - Mississippi


Confederate Civil War Memoir Of J. E. Robuck - Reconstruction - Mississippi

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Confederate Civil War Memoir Of J. E. Robuck - Reconstruction - Mississippi:
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MY OWN PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND OBSERVATION

AS A SOLDIER IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

DURING THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865

ALSO DURING THE PERIOD OF RECONSTRUCTION

BY J. E. ROBUCK

"Lafayette Rifles," Company A, 29th Mississippi Infantry, General Edward C. Walthall's Brigade, Army of Tennessee

MINT CONDITION BOOK

This is a new, unread, pristine-condition book.

NEAR FINE CONDITION DUST JACKET

Sharp, Clean, Bright, Solidly Bound, New Book

Frontispiece Photograph of the Author

Excellent, First-Hand Observations and Experiences of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era

ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN 1911, THIS IS A 1980 REPRINT BY BURKE'S BOOK STORE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE AND FRANK AND GENNIE MYERS

ONLY COPY AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE

The Civil War Reminiscences of J.E. Robuck is a first-class account equaling Sam Watkins of Company Aytch, relating Robuck's observations and experiences before, during and after the Civil War. Robuck shares his experiences as a Confederate soldier in General Edward C. Walthall's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. He concludes his account with his experiences and observations of his life in the post-war, as part of the Invisible Empire, and reconstruction era in Mississippi.

Born on October 19, 1837 in Marshall Country Mississippi, Robuck joined the Confederate Army in March of 1862 at Oxford Mississippi. He was a member of the "Lafayette Rifles," Company A, 29th Mississippi Infantry. He was wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga on September 19, 1863, and returned, by choice, to his unit. In he twilight of his life, Robuck, almost destitute and having no family, became a resident of the Jefferson Davis Memorial Confederate Soldier's Home at Beauvoir, Mississippi, and while there wrote this and other books.

"The following pages contain a record of a portion of my experiences and observations during the four years of war, and also during the period of Reconstruction following the close of the war." - J. E. Robuck

THIS BOOK IS IN MINT CONDTION

This is a new, unread, pristine-condition book. The dust jacket remains clean and bright, but has light edge wear and rubbing. The book is clean, sharp, bright and solidly bound with no shortcomings. There isn't a mark in the book; it is free of any writing, smudging or foxing and has no pasteboards, stamps or other markings. The pages are in excellent condition. The book is bound in Confederate gray covers with bright, gold-colored lettering on the spine. It contains a frontispiece photo of the author. The binding is fine and solid throughout. An excellent condition book.

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