Anecdotes of the Civil War in the United States
This book contains incidents and anecdotes from the American Civil War including chapters with headings such as "Promoted while asleep," "Sheridan's black horse," "A Sunday service," "Good fruits" and "Unparalleled grief."
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DEFENSE OF WASHINGTON
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