HISTORY OF COMPANY M FIRST TEXAS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY HOOD’S BRIGADE….
Waco: W. M. Morrison, 1962. 91pp [recto only]. Red cloth with title and author’s name in gilt on the cover and spine. Reprint of the rare 1925 original, limited to 250 copies in cloth. Fine copy (no dust jacket issued) with the ink ownership stamp of the great, great granddaughter of James Harper Starr. Parrish, Civil War Texana 44: “One of the most important sources on Hood’s Texas Brigade, including experiences in Virginia, and a particularly revealing account of Longstreet’s diversion into Tennessee. Also important for information on the Ku Klux Klan in East Texas during reconstruction.” A well-done account of Hamilton’s experiences in camp and on the battlefield and of the courage, grit, and privation of the ordinary soldier in an extraordinary unit.