Burnished Bronze Press presents The Voices of History Library — a one-of-a-kind heirloom quality collection of books at affordable prices. For the first time, these important out-of-print Civil War diaries and memoirs are reproduced in a set of collector edition volumes that mimic the finest books of their day. Each author's landmark literary achievement captures the small details of daily life during the Civil War — told from both sides of the conflict and a variety of unique perspectives. Never before have these books been assembled in a set or published in such lavish volumes. Buyers will admire the vintage gold-tooled artwork accenting the leather and linen binding, elegant endpapers and gilt-edged pages.
begins this collection and shares the story of a Presbyterian minister and Union sympathizer who was nearly hanged twice in a Mississippi jail before he escaped. Subsequent books take readers into the lives of a slave girl hidden in an attic crawlspace for seven years, an educated Southern lady, and to the camps and battlefields of individual soldiers and officers who fought on both sides. Order Tupelo
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