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For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the country''s bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the state''s Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentucky''s Confederates presents an overview of the state''s Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States. Geoffrey R. Walden, Books, Remembering Kentucky's Confederates Books, Arcadia Publishing Inc.

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For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the countryas bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the stateas Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentuckyas Confederates presents an overview of the stateas Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States. Remembering Kentucky´s Confederates Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 01.11.2008, Arcadia Pub (sc), .200

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Remembering Kentucky's Confederates For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the countryas bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the stateas Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentuckyas Confederates presents an overview of the stateas Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-7385-6732-7, Arcadia Pub (sc)

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For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the countryas bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the stateas Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentuckyas Confederates presents an overview of the stateas Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States. Remembering Kentucky´s Confederates Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Arcadia Pub (sc)

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For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the countryas bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the stateas Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentuckyas Confederates presents an overview of the stateas Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States. Remembering Kentucky's Confederates Walden, Geoffrey R., Arcadia Publishing (SC)

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Remembering Kentucky's Confederates
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Walden, Geoffrey R.

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Remembering Kentucky's Confederates

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9780738567327

For Kentuckians, the Civil War was truly a conflict of brother against brother. As a slave state bordering the United States and the Confederate States, Kentucky had ties to both the North and South. Although its state government remained in the Union, the people of Kentucky were divided in sentiment, prompting some 40,000 Kentuckians to leave their homes to fight for Southern independence. When Confederate soldiers eventually returned from the countryas bloodiest war, they were held in high regard by their fellow Kentuckians. To be counted among the stateas Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentuckyas Confederates presents an overview of the stateas Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738567327
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738567329
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Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
127 Pages
Weight: 0,408 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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