1887 1st ed Christ in the Camp Civil War Confederate Robert E Lee Slavery Racism
Ed Christ in the Camp Civil War Confederate Robert E Lee Slavery Racism. Contemporary historian Charles Reagan Wilson aptly calls J. William Jones "the evangelist of the Lost Cause" and refers to him as the single most important link between Southern religion and the Lost Cause. " Jones's own generation knew him as "the fighting parson, a Confederate chaplain who became a celebrity because of his close association with several Southern generals, and the author of many books. His well-known books include the influential 1896 textbook School History of the United States and his remembrance of wartime life, Christ in the Camp; or, Religion in Lee's Army, which appeared in 1887 and has often been reprinted since. This 1887 first edition of Christ in the Camp includes numerous full page black and white illustrations of soldiers, battles, and mission work during the civil war! Christ in the camp: or religion in Lee's army.
Collation: Complete with all pages. Binding: Cloth; tight and secure.
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- Year Printed: 1887
- Topic: Civil War (1861-65)
- Binding: Cloth
- Region: North America
- Author: JONES, J William
- Subject: Art & Photography
- Original/Facsimile: Original
- Language: English
- Publisher: B. Johnson
- Place of Publication: Richmond
- Special Attributes: 1st Edition