By Peter F. Copeland
Forty-five realistically rendered illustrations depict stories universal to either Union and accomplice soldiers—new recruits announcing goodbye to family, attempting on uniforms, studying the care and use of muskets, spending a calm night in camp, creating a unwell name on the infirmary, posing for a photographer, ready with a bit of luck for mail, dealing with a cavalry assault, paying final respects to fallen comrades, and masses more.
Informative captions entire this well-researched, skillfully illustrated ebook, guaranteed to locate keen enthusiasts between coloring ebook lovers, Civil conflict buffs, and an individual attracted to American history.
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A Soldier's Life in the Civil War by Peter F. Copeland