A Life For The Confederacy: As Recorded in the Pocket Diaries of Pvt. Robert A. Moore

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Robert Augustus Moore, aged 25, gave his life for the Confederacy at Chickamauga on September 20, 1863. No one knows where he was buried or whether he was buried at all, and the young Mississippi farmer would be no more than a name on an obscure muster roll had he not kept faithfully a diary of his wartime experiences. This remarkable record not only discloses the personality of its author, but illuminates the daily life of the Confederate soldier. An important Confederate document….

The book contains a roster of the Officers and Men of Company “G”, 17th Mississippi Volunteer Infantry with the name, rank, birthplace, occupation, residence, age, marital status and remarks (entry dates, discharge dates, dates wounded or killed, promotion information, etc.)

“…the diary of an educated Mississippian whose candid observations ended abruptly with his death at Chickamauga.”—Civil War Books

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