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Confederate footwear

Many of the Rebels (and fewer of the Union soldiers, but some) at Knoxville in 1863 were barefoot, or, like the novel’s Private Bird Clark of the 13th Mississippi, wearing only tattered stockings. But when they had shoes, or could … Continue reading

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