Tragedy in the Shenandoah Valley: The Story of the Summers-Koontz Execution
Before their deaths, George Summmers and Issac Koontz were allowed to write farewell letters to their loved ones, and these heartrending documents serve as the basis for Robert Moore's insightful recounting of the Summers-Koontz execution. An experienced Civil War writer and a direct descendent of Koontz's fiancee, Moore brings this shocking story to life with a clarity that will appeal to Civil War experts and enthusiasts alike.
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My name is Bryan William Summers and George Summers was my great great great great great great great great great grandfather. I am 19 years old and live in new Jersey. Thank you Robert Moore so much for making it so easy for me to make and understanding of my life and family legacy.
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