CONFEDERATE VETERAN Magazine, November 1898 -- Civil War, Chickamauga, Chickasaw

Measuring about 7¾" x 10¾", and running from page 497 to 544, this is the November, 1898, issue (Volume 6, No. 11) of the "Confederate Veteran" magazine, published in Nashville with the subtitle "Published Monthly in the Interest of Confederate Veterans and Kindred Topics." It contains obituaries, plus news of Civil War Confederate veterans' group activities, and new veterans' memorials and monuments, as well as the usual letters and Civil War reminiscences from veterans and other readers. The cover picture is of the November 1898 Assembly of United Daughters of the Confederacy in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Other topics in this issue include prisoners at Camp Chase, Ohio; Captain Charles W. McLellan; the "Queen of the South" beauty pageant; John T. Moore and his poem about Conferedate scout Sam Davis; the Battle of Chickamauga; the Battle at Chickasaw Bayou; Uncle Dave Thatcher; Confederate humor; the tragedy of Buck Island; the last charge at Appomattox; Colonel George Wythe Baylor; Col. C. C. Blackwell, 23rd North Carolina Volunteers; the capture of the USS Maple Leaf; Major General Martin L. Smith; the Army Christian Commission; the flag of the 32nd Tennessee; and Brigadier General Tyree H. Bell. It is in generally good and readable condition, but the back cover and last page are separated from the rest of the magazine. There

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