Joseph E. Brown and the Confederacy
By Louise Biles Hill
Approx. 372 pp., 6 x 9
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-4462-2
Published: July 2018
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Scholars have always considered Brown a political enigma. Hill's careful examination of state and Confederate records, newspapers, and the memoirs, correspondence, diaries, and speeches of Brown's contemporaries enables her to answer many of the questions that have arisen with reference to the motives of Georgia's war governor and the effect of his opposition on the fortunes of the Confederacy.
Originally published in 1939.
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