Revised Fourth Edition
Pages: 194
Formats: Paperback and Hard Cover, 6×9
Paperback ISBN-13: 978-1735073965
Hard Cover ISBN-13: 978-1735073972
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The Other Feud
William Anderson “Devil Anse” Hatfield in the Civil War
by Philip Hatfield, PhD

“Dr. Hatfield dispels many of the longstanding myths and misrepresentations about the legendary feudist’s wartime exploits and provides a well-researched glimpse of wartime conditions in the mountainous region.”

  – James M. Prichard, historian

“…a refreshingly dispassionate look at Devil Anse’s Confederate service …the author avoids common pitfalls of descendant biographies… The Other Feud provides a good starting point for researchers interested in this area of feud history.”

  – Andrew Wagonhoffer, Civil War Books and Authors

About the Author

Philip Hatfield, Ph.D., is a native West Virginian with family roots in the Logan and Mingo County areas. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and history, two master’s degrees in psychology, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He has written five books and numerous scholarly articles on the Civil War and is a member of the Company of Military Historians. Dr. Hatfield is also the great-great-great grandson of Alexander (Alec, Ale) Hatfield, a cousin of Devil Anse Hatfield. Alec Hatfield, who was from Pike County, Kentucky, served in the 12th Kentucky Infantry (US), 1861-1865, and participated in Major General William T. Sherman’s famous march through Georgia and the Carolinas.