Fight for Missouri

By Thos. Snead- First published in 1886. As Aide-de-Camp to Missouri Governor Claiborne Jackson, Snead was intimately apprized of all the political decisions made during the war. After leaving Gov. Jackson, Snead was assigned as Chief of Ordnance by Genl. Sterling Price and then as Adjutant General. This position he held until the summer of 1864 when he became a member of the Confederate Congress. After Price returned from Mexico, he gave his personal military papers to Snead, for the purpose of compiling a history of the Confederacy in Missouri, during those early years. This edition, reprinted by Two Trails Publishing, was specially commissioned by the Mo. Div. S.C.V.. Soft-cover, 315 pages, index with maps.