Diary of a Volunteer by Stephen Craig Finlay,Jesse K. Wingate,Jim L. Finlay

By Stephen Craig Finlay,Jesse K. Wingate,Jim L. Finlay

The background of the Fourteenth Illinois Volunteer Regiment as visible in the course of the eyes of 7 universal squaddies. the tale of those males relies all alone written money owed in their reports for 1861 via 1865.

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