The Last Rebel Yell ePub download
by Michael Andrew Grissom
- ISBN: 096280990X
- ISBN13: 978-0962809903
- ePub: 1895 kb | FB2: 1926 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Americas
- Publisher: Rebel Press; n Second printing edition (1991)
- Pages: 470
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 921
- Format: mbr txt lrf mobi
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Michael Grissom has written this sequel to his best selling book "Southern by the Grace of God". Grissom elaborates on more themes than just the Southern Confederacy
Michael Grissom has written this sequel to his best selling book "Southern by the Grace of God". He gets even more personal about the Old South and being Southern in this continuation of his Southern spirit and defense. Grissom elaborates on more themes than just the Southern Confederacy. The strengths and differences of the South from the rest of the nation are covered in such topics as: accent, education, manners, religion, cotton, legends & songs, still fighting, vigor, and more. Grissom is the ultimate rebel
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Michael Andrew Grissom. Published by Little Dixie Publishing Company. ISBN 10: 096280990X ISBN 13: 9780962809903.
Paris Junior College.
The Last Rebel Yell by Michael Andrew Grissom. Sat on the shelf for years. Don't have time to read much anymore, that needs to change. Re: Whatcha Reading? The Last Rebel Yell by Michael Andrew Grissom. So many books, so little time. Find More Posts by Good ol' Rebel. 10-05-2011, 10:04 PM.
What is left out of today's modern history books about the so-called "civil war" is that there were more than just a few "freed" Southern blacks, that owned other black slaves. And, they were not relatives ~ they were slaves, and were treated as slaves, and worked as slaves. This is documented historial fact.