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Company A, Nineteenth Texas Infantry: A…

Company A, Nineteenth Texas Infantry: A History of a Small Town Fighting…

by David J. Williams

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This work focuses on one of the most unique military units in Texas, and possibly the Confederacy. Company A of the Nineteenth Texas Infantry, C.S.A., was formed in 1862 and later became the core of the famed Walker's Texas Division. Here, major military operations discussed inclue: Perkin's Landing, Milliken's Bend, Fort DeRussy, Mansfield, Pleasant Hill, and Jenkins' Ferry. The final chapter chronicles many of the men's lives after the war ended, including much civil service and entrepreneurship.… (more)
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