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by Stephen Skelton

Author: Stephen Skelton
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Heritage Books (July 20, 2009)
Pages: 394 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.4
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The Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace Civil War . .As a result, Wallace's Company-H, 19th Texas Infantry, Walker's Texas Division, can be considered one of the most chronicled Texas infantry units of the Trans-Mississippi

The Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace Civil War .As a result, Wallace's Company-H, 19th Texas Infantry, Walker's Texas Division, can be considered one of the most chronicled Texas infantry units of the Trans-Mississippi. Captain Wallace also records his service with the Catawba Light Infantry of York District, South Carolina, and the history of its early service as Company-H, 5th South Carolina Infantry. The breadth of the collection and depth of personal content give this work its uniqueness.

The Civil War Manuscript Collection of Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace. by Stephen R. Skelton.

Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death from your list? Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. The Civil War Manuscript Collection of Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace. Published June 30, 2004 by Willow Bend Books.

Yea, though I walk through the valley Of the shadow of death I fear no evil

I've spent my life trying to be A soul of light in the darkest sea Where with my shield for the final fight I won't back down; I won't bend or kneel. Yea, though I walk through the valley Of the shadow of death I fear no evil, no evil. I look back upon my life and know Yes, I've gone far, but have a long way to go And I've done things that only yokels dream A miracle, so at least it seems. Yea, though I walk through the valley Of the shadow of death I fear no evil. Yea, though I walk through the valley Of the shadow of death I fear no evil, no evil, no! I fear no evil I fear no evil I fear no evil. The Valley" Track Info.

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March 19, 2015DiscipleshipDerwin L Gray. He will comfort us with his presence, even in the valley of the shadow of death. Walking Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. When you are in the shadow, look for the light. You may be walking in the valley right now––perhaps a doctor gave you a bad report? Maybe your spouse has left you? Or your child has left the faith? No matter what the circumstance, it is so important that you and I remember a simple truth about the valley of the shadow of death. And that light is Jesus, the great light of the world.

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Many of the 12th SC are joining the 4th Texas this weekend at Fort M.Perhaps one of the most touching scenes of the entire Civil War took place at the very end of the conflict.

Many of the 12th SC are joining the 4th Texas this weekend at Fort .Here's who I have as attending Mackinac this weekend. If you want to use Park's Ferry service to haul your stuff, meet me at the Schepler's dock main loading area between 12:00noon and about 2:45pm with your equipment. and grandly across that valley of death, covered with clover as soft as a Turkish carpet. After four terrible years of fighting, the gallant Army of Northern Virginia had sustained great hardships and was unable to recover.

The Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace Civil War manuscript collection is a virtual window in time that allows the reader to step through and share the lives of a Confederate soldier, his family, and extended family through the course of the entire war. The collection gives a complete story that places the reader there with Captain Wallace and his family, and beside the soldiers who served with him from South Carolina and Texas. The story unfolds as if on a movie screen, with the characters recording their thoughts, feelings, and emotions as if they were speaking directly to the reader. Wallace's letters, journals, and diary relate a nearly complete history of the infantry company that he recruited, trained, and led after his relocation to Texas from York District, South Carolina. As a result, Wallace's Company-H, 19th Texas Infantry, Walker's Texas Division, can be considered one of the most chronicled Texas infantry units of the Trans-Mississippi. Captain Wallace also records his service with the Catawba Light Infantry of York District, South Carolina, and the history of its early service as Company-H, 5th South Carolina Infantry. The breadth of the collection and depth of personal content give this work its uniqueness. The surviving transcribed manuscripts consist of 109 personal letters, three journals, a prison diary, a descriptive muster roll, and a casualty list. Numerous editorial footnotes provide additional background, biographical, and genealogical information. Photographs, muster rolls, an extensive bibliography, and a name index are also included. Stephen Skelton is a research historian and historical consultant specializing in local, Texas, U. S. military, and U. S. Civil War history. Steve is a Texas Civil War unit consultant with the University of Tennessee's Civil War Units File Project and has consulted on various research, writing, and genealogical projects. He also has extensive experience in historic site research and investigation, as well as artifact recovery and preservation.