Critical Acclaim for Red Clay to Richmond

The following are excerpts from critical reviews of Red Clay to Richmond by John Fox III

“Fox’s unit history sets a new standard for excellence in this field.” Dane Hartgrove, The Free-Lance Star newspaper, Fredericksburg, Va.

“What a nice job. I love rosters that dig out deaths and graves for veterans, and of course think that books that don’t include manuscript sources aren’t worth having – while yours is full of them.” Robert K. Krick, retired Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania NMP chief historian

“Fox is a masterful storyteller, combining a rich and readable narrative spiced with descriptive first-hand accounts and thoughtful analysis.”  Michael Russert,The Civil War News

“This is an excellent history in which the author amassed a vast amount of information and used it to great advantage in telling the tale of a forgotten Georgia regiment.” Dr. Richard A. Sauers, Civil War Times magazine

Red Clay to Richmond provides a fascinating look at Confederate service from the ground up, particularly for those readers who may already have a bit of Civil War knowledge.” Charles Culbertson, The News Leader newspaper, Staunton, Va.