"Contributions of the South to the Greatness of the American Union". An Address by General Clement A. Evans of Atlanta, Georgia, Delivered Before the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia... Pamphlet. Civil War, Confederate.

"Contributions of the South to the Greatness of the American Union". An Address by General Clement A. Evans of Atlanta, Georgia, Delivered Before the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia... Pamphlet.

Richmond, Va: Wm. Ellis Jones, 1895. Wraps. Speech on the contributions of the South before and after the Civil War, in which the author focuses on the following subjects: contributions to territorial greatness; the south in our countries wars; contributions to the principles of freedom; growth of the union sentiment; why secession?; contributions to industrial greatness; and the south and the future.

Evans (1833 - 1911) was commissioned in the 31st Georgia Infantry in 1861 and fought at Second Manassas, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg and Spotsylvania. He was promoted to brigadier general in 1864 & was wounded at Monocacy, but continued on to Petersburg and Appomattox.

8vo, 24pp. Printed tan paper wrappers, the upper corner of front wrapper torn away; wrapper creased from being folded. Faint tide mark lower corner of title page, not affecting text. OCLC: 5758520. Good + condition. Item #25496

Price: $75.00

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