YOU’VE BEEN DECEIVED!Don’t let anti-South rhetoric, Yankee myth, and pro-North Civil War propaganda fool you. Nathan Bedford Forrest was the opposite of what you’ve been taught, and our eleven well researched books (and our Forrest screenplay), by award-winning Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook, contain the evidence to prove it.The North has been suppressing the facts about this fascinating American war hero for 150 years. Read our popular titles and discover the truth for yourself.
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Nathan Bedford Forrest’s critics have called him everything from a violent backwoodsman, illiterate redneck, and cruel slaver, to a crooked politician, unfaithful husband, and simple-minded hillbilly. However, traditional unreconstructed writers, like our award-winning Tennessee author, Forrest scholar Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook, know that Confederate General Forrest was none of these things. In fact, he was quite the opposite, as is revealed in Col. Seabrook’s eleven classic works on the patriotic and courageous mountainman.As you will learn, far from being an inhumane slave owner and trader, small government Conservative Forrest granted most of his servants their freedom even before Lincoln’s War. Of those blacks remaining he enlisted 45 in his cavarly (seven who he chose to serve as his personal armed guards), then emancipated them all in the Fall of 1863 - the same year big government Liberal Abraham Lincoln issued what he called his “military measure,” the fake and illegal Emancipation Proclamation (which freed no slaves in either the North or the South).Forrest never separated servant families, refused to sell to cruel slavers, and was even responsible for reuniting several divided black families. Unlike Lincoln - who throughout his life repeatedly blocked black civil rights and aggressively campaigned for American apartheid and the deportation of all blacks out of the U.S. - after the War Forrest happily hired back his original servants with full civil rights, then called for the South to repopulate herself with new African immigrants.Neither the founder or leader of the KKK as pro-North and New South historians disingenuously teach, Forrest closed the anti-Yankee organization down in 1869 when racist imposters began infiltrating the organization. These and many other captivating facts are presented clearly and concisely by Col. Seabrook, a cousin of Forrest, in his eleven rousing, family- and tourist-friendly defenses of the Wizard of the Saddle, one of the greatest, most inspiring, beloved, romantic, complex, and intriguing figures in American history.Written for the general market, Col. Seabrook’s Nathan Bedford Forrest books are among our top sellers. Lavishly illustrated and formatted in an easy-to-read style, all eleven titles are perfect for Civil War gift stores, museum shops, historic homes, or any tourist hot spot connected to Forrest, the War, the Confederacy, or the South. They also make great gifts for people of all ages, including Civil War buffs, students, scholars, and everyday readers.Col. Seabrook holds the record for writing the most books about Forrest and the longest book on Forrest.