The Partisan Rangers of the Confederate States Army Memoirs of General Adam R. Johnson. Adam R. Johnson.

The Partisan Rangers of the Confederate States Army Memoirs of General Adam R. Johnson

Hardcover, Louisville, Kentucky: Geo. G. Fetter Company, 1904. First Edition. Good+. Edited by William J. Davis. Adam Johnson was born in Kentucky in 1834. He moved to Burnet County, Texas when he was 20 and became an Indian Fighter, surveyor in West Texas, and a driver for the Butterfield Overland Stage. His Texas Partisan Rangers fought under Nathan Bedford Forrest and John Hunt Morgan in the Civil War. After the war, he returned to Indian fighting in Texas and founded the town of Marble Falls, in spite of the fact that he'd been blinded in the war. Part II of his memoir includes valuable narratives by other members of the Partisan Rangers as well as other Texas Confederate veterans. Jenkins #102, Howes #J122. Gift inscription on first blank page. First blank page is almost loose from spine. Spine is skewed, loose, and faded. Edge and shelf wear. Bumps and small tears on corners and spine ends. Moderate soiling to boards. Tanning, age spotting, and soiling to edges of pages. Spine cracked on first blank page. Spine partially cracked on back endpaper. Text is clean. Protected in archival cover. Ships same or next business day. ; B&W Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 476 pages. [Item #72135]

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