Book/Printed Material Jefferson Davis and the Southern people were not traitors, nor rebels : They were patriots, who loved the Constitution and obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world. Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world

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Title
Jefferson Davis and the Southern people were not traitors, nor rebels : They were patriots, who loved the Constitution and obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world.
Other Title
Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world
Contributor Names
Murray, J. Ogden (John Ogden), 1840-1921.
Created / Published
[Manassas, Manassas Democrat Press] 1911.
Subject Headings
-  Davis, Jefferson,--1808-1889
-  United States--Politics and government--1861-1865
-  United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
-  Soldiers--Confederate States of America
Notes
-  The second paper "The Confederate soldier- the ideal soldier of the world." p. 40-48.
-  Also available in digital form.
Medium
48 p. illus. (port.) 24 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E467.1.D26 M9
Library of Congress Control Number
11008817
Description
The second paper "The Confederate soldier- the ideal soldier of the world." p. 40-48. Also available in digital form.
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https://lccn.loc.gov/11008817
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Murray, J. Ogden. Jefferson Davis and the Southern people were not traitors, nor rebels: They were patriots, who loved the Constitution and obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world. [Manassas, Manassas Democrat Press, 1911] Web.. https://lccn.loc.gov/11008817.

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Murray, J. O. (1911) Jefferson Davis and the Southern people were not traitors, nor rebels: They were patriots, who loved the Constitution and obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world. [Manassas, Manassas Democrat Press] [Web.] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://lccn.loc.gov/11008817.

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Murray, J. Ogden. Jefferson Davis and the Southern people were not traitors, nor rebels: They were patriots, who loved the Constitution and obeyed the laws made for the protection of all American citizens. A short story of the Confederate soldier, the ideal soldier of the world. [Manassas, Manassas Democrat Press, 1911] Web.. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <lccn.loc.gov/11008817>.