In March of 1861 Texas seceded from the Union, and the Love brothers of Limestone County—Cyrus, Samuel, James, and John—enlisted to fight for the Confederate cause. For the next four years, the brothers travelled the war-torn South as cavalry in Terry's Texas Rangers, seeing action in some of the fiercest battles in the Western Theater, yet faithfully sending letters home to their expectant family.
Complete with a scholarly introduction shedding insight into the Love family, their travels, and their family communication network, this volume collects, transcribes, and annotates 78 letters by eight authors spanning the entire Civil War. In addition to soldiers' correspondence, the collection also contains letters written to and from their female relatives on the domestic front.
Yours in Filial Regards: The Civil War Letters of a Texas Family offers a fascinating inside perspective of the Civil War from both the Confederate battle lines and the home front.
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|Size: ||34.0 MB|
|Publisher: ||Texas Christian University Press|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||2370007150731 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|