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Valor in Gray

The Recipients of the Confederate Medal of Honor

by Gregg S. Clemmer With a Foreword by Capt. Thomas G. Kelley, USN Retired, Recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor

 

Now Available in Paperback!   1998 Second Printing with Updates!

 

VALOR IN GRAY: The Recipients of the Confederate Medal of Honor' by Gregg S. Clemmer-Hearthside Publishing of Staunton, Va.

I highly recommend this book to site members even though my personal library is pathetically thin. There is an excellent well-researched, twelve-page chapter dedicated to the crews of the Hunley (I didn't know or remember that there was a Confederate MOH) using sources I was totally ignorant of. Lots of good stuff in those twelve pages-including an epilogue citing the re-discovery of the Hunley in 1995.

It is true it covers many heroes of unrelated actions, like the Gallant Pelham, but that's fine. It is available in paperback, but I don't believe you will be donating this volume to the Salvation Army in your lifetime.

August

Talladega, AL

                           



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