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Mmunity Hall attended the last Civil War reunion at Gettysburg in 1938 He was interviewed by the national talk radio show We The People This is a personal journey of faith heritage race and family wrapped around the grace of God through the eyes and honest thoughts of a modern Black man Arnold argues for African Americ. This is one of the most fascinating books I have read It is very well researched and contains amazing accounts one black man

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Robert E Lees Orderly

     A descendant of Nathan Bedford Forrest's slaves Al Arnold tells his journey of embracing his Confederate heritage His ancestor Turner Hall Jr a Black Confederate served as a body servant for two Confederate soldiers and an orderly for Gen Robert E Lee Turner Hall Jr was celebrated by Blacks and Whites in his co. This book was one of those serendipitous acuisitions that occurred in the context of attending a local book store hosting th

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Ans to embrace Confederate heritage to capture the enriched Black history of the Civil War era He bestows dignity and honor on his Confederate ancestor and challenges the traditional thoughts of modern African Americans Arnold rests in his faith as the uniting force that reconciles our colorful past to our bright futur. While short in length this is a fantastic book Al Arnold wrote an educated well constructed work challenging intellectual di


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  1. says:

    I highly commend Al Arnold on his historical memoir He writes about one of the most famous African American Confederate participants of the Civil War his very own ancestor Turner Hall Jr Arnold uses his own recollections of stories passed down through the generations along with photos to instill in today's Southerners especially those of African American descent that they should be proud of their Confederate heritage because th

  2. says:

    History and the importance of its value in our society today some would say hasn't a place isn't relevant or is pure lies based on an author's imagination Our schools have mucked out all the offensive truths of civilization

  3. says:

    This book was one of those serendipitous acuisitions that occurred in the context of attending a local book store hosting the sale of a friend's newly published book As fate would have it I had been conversing with a friend of mine in the book

  4. says:

    This is one of the most fascinating books I have read It is very well researched and contains amazing accounts one black man's life during and after the Civil War and of Mr Arnolds search for his history and heri

  5. says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting the author at an event in Memphis He took a brief moment to explain the book to me

  6. says:

    Very refreshing and timely book that provides a much needed and genuinely thoughtful perspective on African American and WB

  7. says:

    Al Arnold had my respect when I first saw this book published from his postings and conversations on Facebook now that I f

  8. says:

    You may not agree with him and some of the book may be uncomfortable to read but keep in mind this is the authors personal journey This book is a very interesting look into the authors mind his family and his perspective on the war Anyone that

  9. says:

    While short in length this is a fantastic book Al Arnold wrote an educated well constructed work challenging intellectual discussion on topics most people hide from race the Confederacy and South heritage Arnold did a remarkable job in retelling his personal genealogical search and thoroughly researched the men the cause a

  10. says:

    I highly recommend this book to anyone interested not only in history but also of a man's personal journey and discovery Mr Arnold provides us