Monday, July 22, 2013

As We Commemorate the Last Day of the Battle of Gettysburg-- Part 7

Here is where the story of Gettysburg gets very interesting and real to me.  Sure, historians and authors can talk about regiments moving here or there and doing this or that.  Or, this or that general doing something.

I generally keep away from that in this blog.  I am more interested in the regular soldier, more obscure happenings and especially the war,  its aftermath and things going on related to it today.

The article went into the story of one Myron A. Clark of Company I, of the 14th Vermont Volunteer Infantry.

Next Entry.  --Old Secesh

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