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Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the Cumberland.... More > The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years' Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters, including accounts of the battles of Bull Run, Shiloh, Stones River, Chickamauga, and Missionary Ridge. "Sociable, puckish, and not above embellishment, Comer’s observations of his comrades and their foibles provide levity in what could otherwise be a tedious batch of correspondence documenting marches and the boredom of camp life. Comer is perhaps at his best in describing those around him: from escaped slaves to army sutlers, “bogus” refugees to army shirks, etc. Comer viewed the world with an eye towards the absurd and life in the Army of the Cumberland provided ample fodder for Comer’s pen."< Less
Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Private Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the... More > Cumberland. The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years’ Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters.< Less
Bull Run to Atlanta: The Civil War Letters of Harry Comer, Company A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry By Daniel Masters
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The letters contained in this volume from the pen of Private Harry Comer of Co. A, 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of a regular soldier in the Army of the... More > Cumberland. The letters begin shortly after his enlistment in the spring of 1861 and follow the 1st Ohio throughout its three years’ Civil War service in the Eastern and Western theaters.< Less
Fate of the Dakota: A Novel and Resource on the U.S. - Dakota War of 1862 By Colin Mustful
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Alfred Riggs was a twenty-five year old son of a missionary who found himself helplessly intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing conflict in the history of Minnesota.... More > Alfred grew up among the Dakota Indians of Minnesota and he developed a profound respect for their people and established a near kinship tie to their leader, Little Crow. When war broke out, Alfred was torn between the safety of his family and friends, and his deep understanding and respect for the grievances and traditions of his Indian neighbors. Throughout the story Alfred met and interacted with real life participants and witnesses of the war. But, rather than mitigate death and disaster, Alfred found himself in a number of dire situations from both sides of the war. In the end, Alfred was helpless to quell the senseless feud between the Dakota Indians and the white settlers. Ultimately, Alfred was fortunate to escape with his life and finally reconcile with his father.< Less
Fate of the Dakota: A Novel and Resource On the U. S. - Dakota War of 1862 By Colin Mustful
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Alfred Riggs was a twenty-five year old son of a missionary who found himself helplessly intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing conflict in the history of Minnesota.... More > Alfred grew up among the Dakota Indians of Minnesota and he developed a profound respect for their people and established a near kinship tie to their leader, Little Crow. When war broke out, Alfred was torn between the safety of his family and friends, and his deep understanding and respect for the grievances and traditions of his Indian neighbors. Throughout the story Alfred met and interacted with real life participants and witnesses of the war. But, rather than mitigate death and disaster, Alfred found himself in a number of dire situations from both sides of the war. In the end, Alfred was helpless to quell the senseless feud between the Dakota Indians and the white settlers. Ultimately, Alfred was fortunate to escape with his life and finally reconcile with his father.< Less
The Memoirs of Captain Phares Waldo Shearer By Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch
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The Civil War Memoirs of Confederate Army Captain Phares Waldo Shearer, written in September 1906. Also includes a letter written to his wife and daughter during the war and letters written to his... More > nephew in the early 1900s. Describes his service with the 45th Mississippi Regiment and battles at Mumfordsville, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and Atlanta< Less
The Memoirs of Captain Phares Waldo Shearer By Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch
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The Civil War Memoirs of Confederate Army Captain Phares Waldo Shearer, written in September 1906. Also includes a letter written to his wife and daughter during the war and letters written to his... More > nephew in the early 1900s. Describes his service with the 45th Mississippi Regiment and battles at Mumfordsville, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, and Atlanta< Less
The Annals of the Cakchiquels By Francisco Hernandez Arana Xajila
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Daniel Garrison Brinton (May 13, 1837 – July 31, 1899) was... More > an American archaeologist and ethnologist.Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next year travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Garrison_Brinton< Less
The Religious Sentiment Its Source and Aim: A Contribution to the Science and Philosophy of Religion By Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison) Brinton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Daniel Garrison Brinton (May 13, 1837 – July 31, 1899) was... More > an American archaeologist and ethnologist.Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next year travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Garrison_Brinton< Less
American Hero-Myths: A Study in the Native Religions of the Western Continent By Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison) Brinton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Daniel Garrison Brinton (May 13, 1837 – July 31, 1899) was... More > an American archaeologist and ethnologist.Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next year travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Garrison_Brinton< Less

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