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Sacred Ground-Part 20

There was a small limestone outcropping with a few trees near it. This was where a picture had made in 1862 of a group of Union Soldiers performing a burial detail for dead Confederate soldiers. I approached the area; pulled … Continue reading

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THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN OF 1862: Pt 25

THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN OF 1862: THROUGH ARKANSAS EYES The 3rd Arkansas, 27th North Carolina and Cobb’s Brigade had turned from an easterly advance to a southerly advance. There were probably two reasons for this. One was Col. Cooke’s order to … Continue reading

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