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Men of God, Angels of Death: History of the Rowan Artillery

Travis, Jack (Colonel Black Jack)

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ISBN 10: 0615218814 / ISBN 13: 9780615218816
Published by Barre Publishing, 2008
Used Condition: Near Fine Trade Paperback
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Large paperback, one minor flaw only: mild rubbing to the glossy cover, inscribed, dated and signed by the author: "To Howard - Best of luck - Col. Black Jack Travis - 7/3/11." 232 pages, includes sources, "A history of General Lee's premier artillery battery," illustrated with photos and maps; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 041661

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Title: Men of God, Angels of Death: History of the ...

Publisher: Barre Publishing

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Near Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Synopsis:

Recent winner of the Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Metal Book Award, from the United Daughters of the Confederacy, MEN OF GOD, ANGELS OF DEATH brings to life the true story of the 10TH N.C. CO D 1ST N.C. Artillery (Rowan Artillery). Follow in their footsteps as they fight with the army of Northern Virginia for Southern independence, from the start of the war, to the fall of Fort Fisher, N.C., to the surrender at Appomattox Court House.

About the Author:

Jack Travis "Colonel Black Jack" is an author, historian, and professional civil war re-enactor. He holds a degree in business administration from Lakeland College with a minor in history. He has written several historical articles for national publications, such as The Civil War News, Artilleryman Magazine, and the Confederate Veteran. As Colonel Black Jack Travis, he was the founder of Alexander's Battalion of Artillery attached to Longstreet's Corps consisting of 25 guns and over 400 re-enactors.

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