The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 402
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4os Southwestern Historical Quarterly
piled by the Real Daughters of the Confederacy Club in San
Antonio. There are twenty-two chapters including nine on Tex-
ans: two who served in Terry's Rangers (the 8th Texas Cavalry),
two who were members of the 6th Texas Infantry, three who
served in the Texas State Troops, one who fought with the 23rd
Texas Cavalry, and one who was a member of Hood's Brigade.
Perhaps the most interesting chapter concerns Robert Lewis
Chalk of the 6th Texas Infantry, for it includes his memoirs de.
scribing the battle of Arkansas Post, his escape from prison at
Camp Butler in Illinois, and life with the guerrillas in Missouri.
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