Feed Them the Steel by Mark Lemon (SIGNED)
“Feed Them the Steel” is the true Civil War story of the wartime exploits of Georgia’s only recipient of the SCV’s Confederate Medal of Honor, Captain James Lile Lemon, Company A (“Acworth infantry”) 18th Georgia Volunteer infantry regiment. This amazing narrative leads us from the excitement of the early days of the War, through the bloody and horrific battles of Gaines’ Mill, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and Knoxville. After his capture at the latter-named battle, Captain Lemon describes the deprivations and brutal treatment he and his comrades received at the hands of his northern captors, as a member of the famed “Immortal 600”.
AUTOGRAPHED: Mark Lemon is the great great grandson of Capt. James L. Lemon. He is a former United States Naval Officer, with the rank of Lieutenant Commander, a former NCIS Special Agent, and a Private Investigator. He is also a professional artist, and award-winning author of “The Illustrated Alamo 1836, A Photographic Journey,” and co author of “13: The Alamo Book of Days,” which he also illustrated. He lives in Acworth, Georgia, in the home built in 1856 by his ancestor, Captain Lemon.
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