Published January 9, 2019 by the University of South Carolina Press.
“These letters are philosophical musings on the war and the Confederacy; intelligent comments on the army, its leaders, and its movements; interesting insights into the politics and life of Spartanburg district. This educated family commented insightfully on the places (evocative descriptions of landscape), the people (dramatic observations of the character of the people they met) and their own circumstances as soldiers both in camp and in battle.”—Philip N. Racine, Wofford College
A review by Dr. Tom Mack of A South Carolina Upcountry Saga may be found at:
A review by Andrew Wagenhoffer of A South Carolina Upcountry Saga may be found at: https://cwba.blogspot.com
A recent review by Alexia Helsley in the LSU Civil War Book Review may be found at:
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