Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||George Cary Eggleston ; introduction by Gaines M. Foster.|
|LC Classifications||E487 .E32 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||96027324|
Eggelston is especially vitriolic in his criticism of President Jefferson Davis which may explain why A Rebel's Recollections, was not on the list of approved books by the United Confederate Veterans not the Daughters of the Confederacy because by the time of it first publishing Davis had achieved martyrdom in the eyes of most southerners/5(3). A Rebel's Recollections () by George Cary Eggleston (Author)/5(3). Originally published in , George Cary Eggleston's memoir, which proved immensely popular among readers throughout the country, is a nostalgic, often amusing collection of essays based on the author's Civil War ton describes life in Virginia before the war, offers glowing assessments of the men who made up the Confederate army and the women who stood behind them, Author: George Cary Eggleston. These serialized articles were later collected and expanded upon and published under the title A Rebel's Recollections in Amongst his other works are A Man of Honor (), Captain Sam, or, The Boy Scouts of (), Red Eagle and the Wars with the Creek Indians (), A Carolina Cavalier (), Dorothy South (), The Master of Warlock () and Evelyn Byrd ()/5(3).
A Rebel's Recollections book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Originally published in , George Cary Eggleston's memoir 4/5. a rebels recollections pages. This memoir is a nostalgic and often amusing collection of essays based on the author's experiences during the War Between the States/5(40). LibriVox recording of A Rebel's Recollections by George Eggleston. Read in English by Lee Smalley George Cary Eggleston's Civil War memoir begins with a separate essay on the living conditions and political opinions of Virginia’s citizenry before secession. A Rebel's recollections by George Cary Eggleston; 17 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Confederate Personal narratives, History, United States Civil War, , Confederate States of America, Social life and customs, Confederate States of America.
A Rebel's Recollections George EGGLESTON ( - ) George Cary Eggleston's Civil War memoir begins with a separate essay on the living conditions and political opinions of Virginia’s citizenry before secession. The body of the work contains vivid descriptions and accounts of the men and women of the South during the time of the Confederacy. A Rebel's Recollections (Part 1) A confederate soldier from a plantation-owning family offers the Southern point of view on the Civil War. George Cary EgglestonAuthor: George Cary Eggleston. A Rebel's Recollections () by George Eggleston. Title: A Rebel's Recollections By: George Eggleston Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Applewood Books Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages: One of the most delightful and important works in the body of American Civil War memoirs, George Eggleston's account is funny, informative, bitter, and sad. Written ten years after the end of the war, he extends a hand to his former Union foes, no.