Font size:

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... Full description

Main Author: Serrano, Richard A.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Washington DC : Smithsonian Books, 2013
Subjects:
Contents: 1 Two Old Soldiers -- 2 Reunion -- 3 Old Age and Stolen Valor -- 4 Albert Woolson -- 5 Walter Williams -- 6 Old Men in Blue -- 7 Old Men in Gray -- 8 Centennial -- 9 Last in Blue -- 10 Debunked? -- 11 In His Memory-Clouded Mind -- 12 Last in Gray -- 13 Of the Dead, Speak No Evil -- Postscript -- Sources -- Index.
Online Access: Cover image
Cover Image
Saved in:

Place a Hold
Library Location Call Number Status
Oshkosh Adult New Nonfiction 973.7092 S487L Available

Internet

Cover image

Similar Items