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Bloody Banners and Barefoot Boys: A History of the 27th Regiment Alabama Infantry Csa : the Civil War Memoirs and Diary Entries of J. P. Cannon M. D.

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Signed and inscribed by Brogden! "A History of the 27th Regiment Alabama Infantry CSA" The Civil War Memoirs and Diary Entries of J. P. Cannon M.D. Hardcover. Original jacket. Jacket has light edge wear. Near Fine / Very Good.
Hardcover, 156 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by White Mane Pub
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A take from the Southern side of the Civil War taken from the diary of a doctor in the field. Good research, well written, highly recommend it for anyone who loves Civil War history.
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James P. Cannon was born in Rosedale, Kansas, in 1890. His father, who had originally come from Ireland, was a socialist and was a regular reader of Appeal to Reason.

At the age of 18 he joined the Socialist Party of America and became a devoted follower of Eugene Debs. His friend Tom Kerry claimed that Cannon considered Debs as "one of the greatest orators, agitators, and propagandists that the Am
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