Books about General John Hunt Morgan and his men
BASIL WILSON DUKE, CSA
by Gary Roberts Matthews
The first full-length biography of this distinguished American. Gary
Matthews offers keen insight into the challenges Duke faced before,
during, and after the strife of the Civil War. As first lieutenant of
General John Hunt Morgan's Legendary band of Confederate Raiders, Duke
Hardbound, 358 pages including index.
I RODE WITH MORGAN
by Alexius Rex
A novel that relives the glory of Gen. John Hunt Morgan and his famous Confederate raiders, as seen through the eyes of Lt. Roland Jackson and the McNary Cavaliers - a self-raised company of elite cavalry that eventually joins the 9th Tennessee and follow Morgan on his most daring raids, including the Great Raid of 1863. "The author's use of two fictional characters to retell Morgan's Great Raid of 1863 is both dramatic and true to historical facts."
Softbound, 537 pages.
On The Trail of General John Hunt Morgan's Indiana-Ohio Raid:
by Jonathan M. Jackson
This is a companion book for the "I Road with Morgan Book".
A pictorial guide of the route followed by John Hunt Morgan and his
raiders on the Great Raid through Indiana and Kentucky Includes
directions for driving tour. Pictures are in color.
Spiral bound, 46 pages.