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“[T]hat was the time when it was enough to make one think of home and all that we had left behind us. it was perfectfuly [sic] frightful to hear the shells come crashing through the woods and pass over our heads”: Transcriptions of a Letter written by Thomas Barnaby

“[T]hat was the time when it was enough to make one think of home and all that we had left behind us. it was perfectfuly [sic] frightful to hear the shells come crashing through the woods and pass over our heads”: Transcriptions of a Letter written by Thomas Barnaby

Submission written and letter transcribed by Cheri Todd Molter On August 29, 1862, Thomas J. Barnaby, a 23-year-old Clerk, enlisted in the Union Army at Dorchester, MA. He served in Company G of the MA 44th Infantry. The following are transcriptions of a letter he...

A Summary of an Excerpt of “History of the Difficulties of the Pastorate of the Front Street Methodist Church, Wilmington, North Carolina for the year 1865”

Submitted by Dr. Harry Watson; Summary written by Kobe M. Brown; edited by Cheri Todd Molter Burkhead, History of the Difficulties In 1865, Rev. L. S. Burkhead’s kept a personal account of his experiences and perceptions of events that occurred after he was appointed...

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