Recollections of a Private: A Story of The Army of The Potmac

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Digital Scanning Inc, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 420 pages
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Recollections of a Private is an engrossing look at the life of the private soldier in the Army of the Potomac. Warren Lee Goss chronicles not only his own experiences but those of his brother soldiers as well. Beginning with life as a raw recruit and continuing through the major battles of the Civil War, Goss gives us a behind-the-scenes look at a soldier's life before, during and after battle.

This is a reprint edition As Published in 1890. Text illustrations throughout. Recollections of a Private began as a series of Articles in Century Magazine. Any Civil War buff would love this book. It would make for a great gift. DSI digitally re-typeset an original edition and enhanced the wood-cut illustrations.   

Also available in jacketed hardcover as ISBN 9781582181639.

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Warren Lee Goss (1835-1925) rose to the rank of Sergent in Company H, 2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. He also was a POW held in Andersonville.

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