Located in the western piedmont of North Carolina, Yadkin County was hardly a hotbed of rebellion at the start of the Civil War. Many of the 1, 200 men from Yadkin who served in the Confederate Army did so with distinction, but a number deserted. Some of these holed up in the Bond School House, and when the militia attempted to arrest them, four were killed and several others were wounded. This is a comprehensive accounting of how the county responded to the Civil War and the effect it had on Yadkin's citizens, civilian and military alike.Stonemana#39;s U. S. Cavalary fought a skirmish with Southern troops at Shallow Ford, April AiAi, Ai865.1 While the Confederate and Union ... After the capture of Atlanta, Stoneman was sent to Tennessee to serve under General Schofield. ... There were one ambulance and four ammunition wagons, plus four pieces of artillery.
|Title||:||The Civil War and Yadkin County, North Carolina|
|Author||:||Frances H. Casstevens|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2005-01-01|