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Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier

by L. Leon

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Published by Stone Pub. Co. in Charlotte, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Leon, L. -- Diaries,
    • North Carolina Infantry. 1st Regt. (C.S.A.), 1861-1865 -- Biography,
    • Soldiers -- North Carolina -- Diaries,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby L. Leon.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE573.5 1st .L46
      The Physical Object
      Pagination87, 14 p., [2] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages87
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4765096M
      LC Control Number78112410

        It would appear that the Tar Heel, separated by hundreds of miles from that event, seems to acknowledge that Ft. Pillow was a slaughter of black soldiers. Not in so many words, and this is the thought of one soldier, but his acceptance and kind wishes for his colored guards, do suggest that the word from the West was that there was at least. Get this from a library! Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier. [L Leon] -- Primarily describes events in Virginia, however from Feb.-May the author was in eastern North Carolina, including Kinston, New Bern, Washington, Wilson, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Greenville, and.

        Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier. Thread starter catspjamas; I wouldn't be surprised if someone hasn't already written a book on the subject. larry_cockerham Southern Gentleman, Lest We Forget, Honored Fallen Comrade. Joined Location Nashville. #88 'Confederate' wasn't a religion, just an attitude. I. Leon published his diary, with some obvious revisions, in as Diary of A Tar Heel Confederate Soldier (Charlotte, Stone Publishing). At that time Leon was an officer in the United Confederate Veterans and was commander of the Charlotte Camp. The frontispiece is a photograph of him, bespectacled and with a large white mustache, in the UCV.

      Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier. By Louis Leon. Published: Stone Publishing Co. 1st printing, Charlotte, FIRST EDITION. [4], 87 p. {1}, ii, 14 p. of Seller Rating: % positive. © Southern Jewish Historical Society • PO Box • Marietta, GA


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Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate provides an insight into the life of an ordinary soldier fighting for the South during the American Civil War. After the War Leon was actively involved in the organization “United Confederate Veterans” in which he became a major. This diary was published in and he died in /5(30).

Leon published his diary at the age of His narrative provides an overview of a soldier's itinerant routine over a four-year span, during which time the basic need for sleep, food, and clothing became as important as the battles he fought and survived/5(5).

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Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier is one of these valuable diaries, because it offers a very unique Southern perspective on the war.

The author of this diary comes from a little different background than the average Southern soldier. He came from a German immigrant, and Jewish background/5. Louis Leon first published his "Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier" in at the age of Louis was a young Confederate soldier, and his war journal tells a timeless tale of fresh-faced enthusiasm and patriotism tempered over time by hard work, anguish, and the grueling horrors of warfare.

Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A Jewish immigrant from Mecklenburg, Germany, Loui /5. In at the age of 72, Louis Leon published his Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier with Stone Publishing Company in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Aware that most first-hand accounts of the Civil War were written by officers, Leon sought to offer a perspective of the war from "the life of the man behind the gun.". Diary of A Tar Heel Confederate Soldier, Description.

This document was the day-to-day diary of a Confederate soldier from North Carolina. His name was Louis Leon and he served in the Charlotte Grays, Company C, First North Carolina Regiment.

Civil War, Confederate, Confederate States of America, North Carolina, soldier. Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier. [L Leon] -- Primarily describes events in Virginia, however from Feb.-May the author was in eastern North Carolina, including Kinston, New Bern, Washington, Wilson, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Greenville, and.

Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier / by L. Leon. Book Review Through the Storms: The John G. Slover Diary, Ed. by Glenn Starkey: Book & Movie Discussion Tent: 0: Apr 2, The Civil War Diary of Gideon Welles, Lincoln's Secretary of the Navy: The Original Manuscript Editi: Book & Movie Discussion Tent: 3: DIARY OF A TAR HEEL CONFEDERATE SOLDIER: General History Discussion: 2.

Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate provides an insight into the life of an ordinary soldier fighting for the South during the American Civil War. After the War Leon was actively involved in the organization “United Confederate Veterans” in which he became a major. This diary was published in and he died /5(27).

Louis Leon first published his ""Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier"" in at the age of Louis was a young Confederate soldier, and his war journal tells a timeless tale of fresh-faced enthusiasm and patriotism tempered over time by hard work, anguish, and the grueling horrors of :.

Published on Louis Leon was a Confederate soldier from Charlotte, North Carolina. During the war, he kept a detailed diary of his experiences as a soldier, which includes his.Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate soldier, by Louis Leon.

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