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A Texan in Search of a Fight: Being the Diary and Letters of a Private Soldier in Hood's Texas Brigade
Waco, TX: Press of J. S. Hill & Co.. Very Good. 1901. First Edition. Original Wraps. A bright First Edition in Very Good condition with light edgewear, rubbed spot to front wrap, and rubbed joints. Original printed cloth wrappers; An account of routes and means of travel including comments of interest to travelers. West moved to Texas in 1855 and settled in Waco. For the first two years of the Civil War he served as Confederate attorney for the western district of Texas and joined Hood's Brigade. After fighting at Chickamauga he went into east Tennessee with Longstreet, and in early 1864 was honorably discharged. Howes W278. Dornbusch II: 1090. Coulter 469. Dedication: "To the women of the South this book is respectfully dedicated" .
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