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Without a Home or Country

A Gallant Tale
of the Last Stand of the Confederacy,

by Cornelius Hunt, one of Her Officers

Paperback, 150 pages, illustrated

ISBN 978-1-938822-38-4

Retail price: $17.95

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Without a Home or Country is the thrilling record of a forgotten chapter of the American War Between the States. First published in 1867, Cornelius Hunt's gripping first-hand account of his time aboard the Shenandoah, the last Confederate cruiser, brilliantly captures the final days of the War, written by a man just recently returned from his circumnavigation of the globe, with the memories and reflections of his Navy cruise still fresh in his mind.

From battling whaling ships off Alaska to encountering penguins near Antarctica, Hunt and his countrymen undertake their dangerous, and perhaps deadly, voyage with valiant hearts and rising hopes for their cause, their country, and their homes, with "our only trust being in a just God, and in our cause."

 

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