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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: U.S. Civil War Horse Perspective: 1861-1865 Revisited by Clint Goodwin

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: U.S. Civil War Horse Perspective: 1861-1865 Revisited

by Clint Goodwin

232 pages
Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: U.S. Civil War Horse Perspective 1861-1865 (Revisited) delivers a coming-of-age story where the protagonist (a courageous Confederate black stallion) embarks on an epic journey of self-discovery. Experiencing harsh realities of life will take Lucky from innocence to experience; a veteran of war.

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About the Book
Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: U.S. Civil War Horse Perspective 1861-1865 (Revisited) delivers a coming-of-age story where the protagonist (a courageous Confederate black stallion) embarks on an epic journey of self-discovery. Experiencing harsh realities of life will take Lucky from innocence to experience; a veteran of war. His future generations will fight on the deserts and high plains of America’s West, to the muddy rice paddies and hills of Vietnam. Mine Eyes… is a creative, safe, and effective approach to learning American History from the horse’s perspective.

 

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About the Author
Clint Goodwin Award-winning author Clint Goodwin has published three stories of a seven-book series promoting American history through the eyes of a cavalry horse. His books appeal to those who value historic-fictions, equestrian work life, patriotic service, and story lines free of inappropriate and distracting language.

Commander Goodwin (USN, Ret.) operated in the Arabian Peninsula. He led joint-teams of personnel charged with examining enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures. According to his unclassified end-of-tour award write-up: “...his teams’ saved lives supporting combat actions.” Each of his Battle Captains was awarded the Bronze Star for their dedication to the mission.

 

 

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