Hard Marching Every Day

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Between December 11, 1861, and July 26, 1865, Private Fisk, a self-educated rural school teacher from Vermont who enlisted in the Union Army simply because he believed he would regret it later if he didn't, wrote nearly 100 letters to the Montpelier Green Mountain Freeman from the battlefield. "One of the richest collections of Civil War letters I have seen".--Reid Mitchell, author of Civil War Soldiers: Their Expectations and Experiences.

Hard Marching Every Day 1992, University Press of Kansas

ISBN-13: 9780700605293

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