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Scarecrow in Gray

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Civil war novel from the common soldier's viewpoint

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Author: Barry D. Yelton
Genre: historical novel
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
Date Published: 2006
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review by . October 29, 2009
   Francis Yelton (actual ancestor of the author) is a reluctant participant in the last months of the Civil War. He would much rather stay on his North Carolina farm, but, he also does not want to be known as the 19th Century equivalent of a draft dodger. Along with Whit Whitaker, his neighbor and fellow farmer, Yelton joins the Confederate Army. These are desperate times for the Southerners. The men are haggard, exhausted collections of skin and bones. Starvation is an everyday concern; …
Quick Tip by . October 29, 2009
Scarecrow in Gray (Barry Yelton) is a really good Civil War novel from the common soldier's perspective.
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