The Star of Gettysburg
Harry, leaning against a bush, fell into a light doze, from which Dalton aroused him bye and bye. But the habit of war made him awake fully and instantly. Every faculty was alive. He arose to his feet and saw that Lee and Jackson were just parting. A faint moon shone over the Wilderness, revealing but little of the great army which lay in its thickets.
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Another in this well written, but little known Civil War series. Although written a century ago, the author writes in a succinct, modern style that will appeal to both the novice and those ... Read full review