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Published by McFarland & Company, Inc. Jefferson N.C. & London in at McFarland" .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Pagination10-15 pages 36 chapters plus epilogue, notes and bibliography
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25424449M
ISBN 10978-0-7864-3280-6

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Dec 14,  · Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy: A Biography of Kentucky Soldier Jerome Clarke. In , George D. Prentice, editor of the pro–Union Louisville Daily Journal, created the persona of Sue Mundy, a Civil War guerrilla who was in actuality a young man named Marcellus Jerome ercangenc.coms: 1. Feb 28,  · Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy by Perry A. Brantley, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy: Perry A. Brantley: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.5/5(1). Sue Mundy: A Novel of the Civil War (Kentucky Voices) by Richard Taylor available in Hardcover on ercangenc.com, also read synopsis and reviews. October 11, The Civil War rages on in Kentucky, where Union and Confederate loyalties have. Marcellus Jerome Clarke: One of Kentucky’s most infamous pro-Confederate guerrillas, Marcellus Jerome Clark became known to history as “Sue Mundy.” In this image from the Filson Historical Society (Louisville), Clark wears a plumed hat and carries several revolvers. Late in the war, he was captured and hanged in Louisville.

Nov 24,  · October 11, The Civil War rages on in Kentucky, where Union and Confederate loyalties have turned neighbors into enemies and once-proud soldiers into drifters, thieves, and outlaws. Stephen Gano Burbridge, radical Republican and military commander of the district of Kentucky, has declared his own war on this new class of marauding guerrillas, and his weekly executions at . Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy is not a traditional biography of its subject, Morgan Raider turned bushwhacker Marcellus Jerome Clarke, but rather a meticulously detailed recounting of the guerrilla warfare that raged across large swaths of north-central Kentucky in the latter months of the war. While "Sue Mundy" is certainly the focus of this study, the narrative also closely follows the exploits of . The most famous Confederate guerrilla of Kentucky was in reality a young woman from Missouri! We are, of course, speaking of Sue Mundy. Jerome Clark, most generally said to be Sue, was often mistaken for her, and the two do fairly resemble each other. Marcellus Jerome Clarke. Marcellus Jerome Clarke (also called M. Jerome Clarke) ( – March 15, ) was a Confederate captain who in became one of Kentucky's most famous guerrillas. He was rumored to be "Sue Mundy", a character publicized by George Prentice, editor of the Louisville ercangenc.com: Captain.

By some accounts, including his own, Henry C. Magruder (another guerrilla riding with Clarke) was the original Sue Mundy. Magruder made this claim in his posthumous memoir, Three Years in the Saddle: The Life and Confession of Henry Magruder: The Original Sue Munday, The Scourge of Kentucky . sue mundy Download sue mundy or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get sue mundy book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy. confederate guerrilla Download confederate guerrilla or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get confederate guerrilla book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy. October 11, The Civil War rages on in Kentucky, where Union and Confederate loyalties have turned neighbors into enemies and once-proud soldiers into drif.