The 19th Indiana Infantry at Gettysburg: Hoosiers' Courage
The 19th Indiana Infantry at Gettysburg: Hoosiers' Courage is the second book in the series. This remarkable book invites the reader to experience the battle of Gettysburg through the Iron Brigades' soldier accounts. Venner brings these soldiers back to life, uncovering the soldiers lives at home, why some of them were enlisted, and what happened that fateful day at Gettysburg.
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