Gerald W. Thomas
A major contribution to the study of the Civil War on the local level, this volume examines divided loyalties between Union and Confederate forces in an eastern North Carolina county. The author painstakingly identifies those natives who served each side and graphically describes battles and social upheavals that engulfed Bertie County.
The cover features a Bertie soldier who fought on "both sides" during the war.
Paperbound. Pp. xvii, 206. Illus. Index. (1996) (t)
Gerald W. Thomas, a native of Bertie County, is a former congressional auditor and retired federal executive. He is also the author of Destitute Patriots: Bertie County in the War of 1812 (2012) and Rebels and King's Men: Bertie County in the Revolutionary War (2013).
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