Heroes for all time [electronic resource] : Connecticut Civil War soldiers tell their stories / Dione Longley and Buck Zaidel
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- Men of Connecticut! War begins, spring 1861 -- No one dreamed of anything but victory: Bull Run, summer 1861 -- The voice of duty: a long war ahead, autumn 1861 to summer 1862 -- War by citizen soldiers: the makings of an army -- I never knew what war meant till today: Antietam, september 1862 -- Emancipation is a mighty word: freedom arrives -- No men on earth can be braver: Fredericksburg, December 1862 -- Who wouldn't be a soldier? Life in camp -- All this heroism, and all this appalling carnage: fighting in Virginia and Louisiana, spring and summer 1863 -- That place long to be remembered: Gettysburg, summer 1863 -- There will be no turning back: months of stubborn fighting, July 1863 to June 1864 -- Hope never dying: from the Siege of Petersburg to the sea, June to December 1864 -- Our army perfectly crazy: on to Appomattox, 1865 -- Soldiers of the union mustered out: the aftermath.
- 9780819571168 (cloth : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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