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    Confederate New Testament With Diary-like Notations. "C. F. Vanderford, Capt. and Ord. Officer on the march from Wartrace to Tullahoma June 27, 1863 to A. Pearre 1st Lieut. Of Artillery and Ordnance Officer Liddell's Brigade, Cleburne's Div." The New Testament was published by the American Bible Society, N.Y., 1862. It has a broken spine and no back cover, but the contents are very good. Throughout this book Pearre gives the locations - and sometimes a few details of where he was or what was going on when he read a particular passage! Pearre is pictured in Confederate Faces, page 152 and mentioned in Cleburne and his Command by Buck. Pearre was a Marylander and had a fantastic history. A very interesting item - a transcription of his "notes" are provided as well as other history.

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    December, 2006
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