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by Oscar William Blacknall
originally published in 1915
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 97 pages

The unreconstructed son of Col. Charles C. Blacknall, 23rd N.C. Regiment, delivers here a scathing critique of the Lincoln Administration for permitting W.T. Sherman's devastation of the helpless women and children of Georgia and South Carolina during his infamous "March to the Sea," and demonstrates that the war of 1861 was every bit one for liberty as that of 1776. Also included in the appendices are a further exposé of the despotism of Lincoln's presidency and an examination of the fallacies of his celebrated Gettysburg Address.

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Lincoln as the South Should Know Him
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