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Historian: Civil War regiment endured much

Easy AdSense by Unreal By CHRIS SHOLLY, Lebanon (Pa.) Daily News At the start of the Civil War, hundreds of Lebanon County men enlisted in the military, but many of them didn’t return, and many that did had the scars … Continue reading

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The Upper Peninsula in the Civil War

U.P. men enlist with the ‘Michigan devils’ By JOHANNA BOYLE – Journal Ishpeming Bureau (jboyle@miningjournal.net) The Mining Journal MARQUETTE – The year was 1861. In April, after declaring that they would secede from the United States, forces representing the 11 … Continue reading

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Sisters pen book on Civil War history

by Mark Wineka, Salisbury (N.C.) Post MOCKSVILLE — For five years, sisters Mary Alice Hasty and Hazel Winfree relied on John Spillman to supply the ham biscuits and coffee for breakfast or the tomato soup and grilled sandwiches for lunch. … Continue reading

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