Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead: An Honor Roll From America’s Greatest Battle by Robert K. Krick & Chris L. Ferguson [softcover]

$22.95

 

Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead: An Honor Roll From America’s Greatest Battle, by historians Robert K. Krick and Chris L. Ferguson, is the most complete technological list to date of the more than 5,000 Southern dead from the bloody Battle of Gettysburg. This roster contains background info on Confederate burials from the fight, but more importantly it lists the dead by name, rank, unit, DOB if known, personal data and burial site. Civil War buffs, Confederate veterans’ relatives, historians and genealogists will find this book to be a valuable research document to have on their coffee table or bookshelf.

 

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2014  –  8 x 11 softcover –  $22.95       –   180 pages

Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead: An Honor Roll From America’s Greatest Battle, by historians Robert K. Krick and Chris L. Ferguson, is the most complete technological list to date of the more than 5,000 Southern dead from the bloody Battle of Gettysburg. This roster contains background info on Confederate burials from the fight, but more importantly it lists the dead by name, rank, unit, DOB if known, personal data and burial site. Civil War buffs, Confederate veterans’ relatives, historians and genealogists will find this book to be a valuable research document to have on their coffee table or bookshelf.

 

 

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  1. (verified owner)

    There is no great shortage of authoritative Gettysburg reference books but Krick and Ferguson’s Gettysburg’s Confederate Dead is a noteworthy standout. Serious Civil War research and genealogy libraries will surely want to add it to their collections, but the many individuals who regularly conduct their own deep research on the battle will also benefit from owning a personal copy. – Civil War Books & Authors Review

  2. (verified owner)

    An excellent resource for the CSA researcher. – Randy Grott on January 20, 2016 (Amazon Review)

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