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Stirring, First Hand Account Of The Last Bloody Years Of The Civil War From The Perspective Of An Ordinary Union Infantryman, Daniel Chisholm, Whose Newly Discovered Diary And Notes Provide A Vivid Account Of Daily Life In The Union Army Page Photo Download Epub Format Ñ Civil War Notebook of Daniel Chisholm PDF by ✓ W.
Springer Menge Insert How phenomenal that a 19 year old thought to tell his folks to save his letters The daily life of simple folks always interest me This account is especially detailed Daniel even took pains to do what I would call a Who s Who, rank and vital statistics at the back of the book The letters did describe the tragic scenes of war, including what happened to deserters Thankfully it was not dwelled upon The events did make an impression to them that they would not forget If you are a Civil War buff, this is a good read.
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A Stirring, First Hand Account Of The Last Bloody Years Of The Civil War From The Perspective Of An Ordinary Union Infantryman, Daniel Chisholm, Whose Newly Discovered Diary And Notes Provide A Vivid Account Of Daily Life In The Union Army Page Photo Insert As an undergraduate student I was required to read a diary of a German Napoleonic soldier that had been found in Kansas The experience was a worthwhile one, in that it showed me that there can be a great deal of importance in the writing of obscure people like myself who happen to be observers and participants in history This book is certainly not elite history, but is rather a complicated set of writing included in the notebook of a Uniontown, Pennsylvania born and bred Civil War veteran who survived into the 20th century As someone with a great interest in diaries 1 and letters, this book was definitely a worthwhile one, as it gave a picture of how the war was like for greenhorns who showed up too late for the gentle seasoning of the beginning of the war and got caught up in the meat grinder of the Overland Campaig How phenomenal that a 19 year old thought to tell his folks to save his letters The daily life of simple folks always interest me This account is especially detailed Daniel even took pains to do what I would call a Who s Who, rank and vital statistics at the back of the book The letters did describe the tragic scenes of war, including what happened to deserters Thankfully it was not dwelled upon The events did make an impression to them that they would not forget If you are a Civil War buff, this is a good read.
Book Sale find.
This was so interesting to me I love reading about history, but this was even better because it was first hand accounts and descriptions I loved the little diary entries by Samuel Clear The compilers really stayed true to the form of notebook it was Very cool.
This was so interesting to me I love reading about history, but this was even better because it was first hand accounts and descriptions I loved the little diary entries by Samuel Clear The compilers really stayed true to the form of notebook it was Very cool.
I read excerpts form this book to elementary students when we were learning about the Civil War It is so much powerful for the students to hear words from people that were actually involved primary sources than to read a summary in a text book.
Civil War Notebook of Daniel Chisholm ↠´ I overheard someone reading a passage from this as we were both browsing the sale books carts outside of one of my favorite book stores It was an excerpt from the letters collected in this book written by Daniel Chisholm, 116th Pennsylvania Volunteers In that passage Daniel noted that he had been out doing skirmish drill for much of the day not just drill but skirmish drill I was already strongly interested and moved around to the cart and fished out the book as soon as the reader had put it back and moved away When I realized that Chisholm served in the 116th Pennsylvania, which joined the Irish Brigade at the same time as the 28th Massachusetts Volunteers just before the Battle of Fredericksburg , I was hooked for ce