Last of the blue and gray : old men, stolen glory, and the mystery that outlived the Civil War
"In the late 1950s, as America prepared for the Civil War centennial, two very old men lay dying. Albert Woolson, 109 years old, slipped in and out of a coma at a Duluth, Minnesota, hospital, his memories as a Yankee drummer boy slowly dimming. Walter Williams, at 117 blind and deaf and bedridden in...
|Main Author:||Serrano, Richard A.|
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E 467 .S43 2013