7th GA: Dear Father: Letters From the Civil War Written by William Milton and Thomas Washington Nash of Company E, 7th Regiment Georgia Volunteers

   

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in Georgia Regimental Histories

Unit: 7th Georgia

Unit Affiliation: (Anderson), Field, I

Title: Dear Father: Letters From the Civil War Written by William Milton and Thomas Washington Nash of Company E, 7th Regiment Georgia Volunteers

Author: VanAlyne, Dolfe

BTC’s Take: Book not yet read.

Book Summary/Review:

    BTC Siege of Petersburg Book Notes:

      Publisher: Pioneer

      Publication Date: 1998

      ASIN: B0006RC6YU

      Links to Read/Buy:

      1. Dear Father: Letters From the Civil War Written by William Milton and Thomas Washington Nash of Company E, 7th Regiment Georgia Volunteers (Google Books)
      2. Dear Father: Letters From the Civil War Written by William Milton and Thomas Washington Nash of Company E, 7th Regiment Georgia Volunteers (Amazon.com)

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      donald r lacasse December 4, 2011 at 6:49 pm

      if you are aware of where i might purchase ” dear father;letters from the civil war’ please advise DRL

      bschulte December 7, 2011 at 12:39 pm

      Donald,

      I unfortunately do not have a good answer for your question. I looked at the usual used book places like Abebooks and Alibris and came up with nothing. My advice to you and anyone else looking for some of these scarcer regimentals is to go to Abebooks.com, create a saved search for your book title, and have Abebooks send you email notifications if/when a copy of the book becomes available. I’ve found quite a few rare books that way, and you would be surprised how many times these books become available at places like Abebooks.

      Brett

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