Warriors of the Wiregrass

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Would you like to learn more about Georgia regiments and also help support the cause of Southern Heritage?

Order your copy of “Warriors of the Wiregrass” a soft-bound, 8-1/2 x 11 publication, consisting 500+ pages, covering the history of 14 Regiments Georgia Regiments:

1st Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 4th Cavalry (Clinch), 10th Battalion Infantry, 11th Cavalry-State Guards, 20th Battalion Cavalry, 20th Volunteer Infantry, 29th Volunteer Infantry, 49th Volunteer Infantry, 50th Volunteer

Infantry, 54th Volunteer Infantry, 61st Volunteer Infantry, 63rd Volunteer Infantry. 64th Volunteer Infantry, and Coffee County Revengers Local Defense Unit…..plus information on researching Confederate ancestors, obtaining Veterans Administration grave markers for Confederate veterans, SCV Iron Crosses and more.

The author has donated all receipts from the sale of this book directly to the Moultrie SCV Camp to support Confederate History and Heritage preservation programs and the continuing fight to save our Southern Heritage. The retail price is $50.00 plus $5.00 shipping.

Not a bad price when compared to single abbreviated regimental histories sold by others “up North” at $8-$15 each or cost of $112-$210 if purchased separately and having much less detail!

Discounts for current SCV & UDC members (20% off) and for bulk orders, schools, libraries, and teachers. Please contact the camp for discount information.

If you are interested send a check or money order made payable to:

Moultrie SCV Camp #674
P.O. Box 1213
Moultrie, GA 31776.

Please include your name, address, and phone number. Inquiries about the book, discounts, ordering, or content can be sent via email to Mr. Jack Bridwell, Moultrie SCV Camp.

Please pass along to others as every book sold goes to preserve our Southern Heritage.

1 Comment on "Warriors of the Wiregrass"

  1. From my research the most difficult Confederate or Ga. service 1861-5 to locate and document is the “home guard” and reserve service at The POW camps,especially the service
    the largest prison near Americus. I tried to get some help at this historical location but the staff were not helpful at all. If the enemy did not come into an area there may not be any records preserved of a roster of “home guards” Just a reminder that if your ancestor was not in a Confederate unit THEN you task is great,

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