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July 22, 2014

Local author pens “Seventy-Seven Years in Dixie”

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A Clarksville man has completed “Seventy-Seven Years in Dixie,” a tale rich in Southern History and the Civil War.

Clarksville historian John Lanham immersed himself  in the landscape of the Civil War and the lives of the valiant men who fought. The book is a testament to survival, and Lanham says “We should never forget the horrors of war, the scars that last for lifetimes and the echoes of the past that linger today and still shape our thoughts and actions” and challenges us to “remember their sacrifices.”

The book includes a series of poems that represents the heroism and valor of men fighting through the Civil War.

New York City-based Page Publishing has put the book on store shelves every and notes that it also available at Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information, review copies or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.



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