Iron Scouts Of The Confederacy
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Iron Scouts Of The Confederacy

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Paperback, 157 pages
Published by Christian Liberty Press (first published January 1st 1993)
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Susan Low
Read this when we were reenacting. Two orphaned young brothers growing up during the War Between the States are faced with having to choose whether to fight for their homeland or sit out the war as poor farmers. Their decision will ultimately cause them to understand the faithfulness of God, the cost of the South to defend States Rights, and about themselves. Being a true account of these brothers makes this book even better for me.
Debbie
An easy read - written for tweens, I think. Great story that gives some insight into what is was like to be a boy during the Civil War.
Bobbie
This was always a favorite of mine. My mum found it at a book sale ages ago and my siblings and I devoured it. It's a short, action packed story with plenty of hilarious scenes. The characters are really likeable and you'll fall in love with them by the second page.

I love how accurate the author portrayed the North and South however. From what I remember this was a wonderful read for all ages. Now I just wish I could find our copy. I want to re-live all those nights I spent huddled beneath a bl...more
Dawn Roberts
Almost overlooked this gem, which was one of the minor recommendations on the Veritas list. Low-budget printing and uninspiring cover art on my edition, but I loved this fictionalized history of two brothers serving in the Confederate Army. It leaves out all of the politics of the Civil War, and just presents a great story of bravery and heroism, loyalty and redemption. Two thumbs up. Very satisfying.
Rebecca Rash
I enjoy reading about the Confederates, and loved this book. My brothers were also required to read it for school, and took it with the bored attitude they do most readers. But this was different. They loved it and wished for more! Highly recommended. Educational, and a great story!
Jack Baillot
I LOVE this book. It is my top favorite next to the Bible. I think I've had some kind of, what every calls a crush, on Ben Fane since I first read the book - when I was about nine or so. There is no one I can tell you how much I love this book. You just have to read it.
Abbey
Great book! Very interesting. My sister is reading it for history this upcoming school year. I think she's going to really enjoy it:)
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