Hugh T. Harrington

Edwin Jemison and the Civil War

The Boy Soldier: Edwin Jemison and the Story Behind the Most Remarkable Portrait of the Civil War

Hugh has long been interested in the Civil War. He and co-author Alexandra Filipowski have published a biography of Edwin Jemison, a young soldier who was killed at Malvern Hill. The book may be purchased on Amazon.

Edwin F. Jemison

Hugh's Other Civil War Publications:

  • A Yankee Hero of Gettysburg and a Georgia Connection, Georgia Backroads, Autumn 2005, vol. 4, number 3, p. 55-60, (written with Anne Buckner Burgamy).
  • Searching for Private Jemison, Georgia Backroads, Summer 2005, vol. 4, number 2, p. 44-47 (written with Alexa Filipowski).
  • "Unknown" Confederate Dead Identified in Milledgeville Cemetery, Georgia Backroads, Spring 2005, vol. 4, number 1, p. 40-44.
  • Where Does Private Edwin Jemison Rest, America's Civil War, Vol. 17, No. 2, May 2004, p. 32-38, (written with Alexa Filipowski).
  • UDC Magazine (United Daughters of the Confederacy), unattributed & untitled article about my 2003 identification of the Unknown Soldiers in Milledgeville's Memory Hill Cemetery, May, 2004, p. 33.
  • Mystery of Private Edwin Jemison, America's Civil War, vol. 20, number 2, May 2007, p. 28-33 (written with Alexa Filipowski).

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