Milledgeville, GA: Terrell House, 1997.
Hardcover. Very good in a Near Fine dust jacket. 310 pp, with illustrations, maps, index. Dust soiling to top edge, slight warp to text block from old exposure to humidity; else fine. Dust jacket shows minimal shelf wear. From the dust jacket: "The life of Patrick Cleburne was the stuff of epics and novels. From a teenage runaway to a lowly private in Wellington's Army, he was thrown on his own resources at an early age, while the Ireland of his youth mounted a call for independence... The essays featured here, covering the highlights of his life with thoughtful and well-documented insight, reveal his heart and provide a compelling read."