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John P. Gatewood: Confederate Bushwhacker (Hardcover) by Larry David Stephens (AUTOGRAPHED)
Filled with well-researched and clearly documented information, this book provides insight into the story of one of the most notorious and mystifying characters of the Civil War. His brutal journey of revenge and his mysterious post-war years are chronicled here in fascinating details that read like a tragic novel, enhanced with hand drawn illustrations by Brian Barr. Larry D.
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Stephens grew up on a steady diet of Civil War stories from his maternal grandmother and spent his formative years in close proximity to the notable battle site of Kolb Farm in Marietta, Georgia. Gatewood : Confederate Bushwhacker. Larry Stephens.
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Ironically, he said, a historical marker headlined Madden Branch Massacre was erected four years ago at McCaysville, Ga. It was done by Georgia because the victims were all from Georgia. S where Madden Branch joins the Ocoee.
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