Don’t forget to check out how “Rough Enough” has risen on the sales charts this past 24 hours. The sale is still on and well worth the buy for all you Civil War Buffs and Professors who are trying to follow these soldiers from the end of the war into the Frontier Era. Richard Clow’s diary and letters to his sisters flesh out some areas of the enlisted man’s life that have been given short shrift by the officers. What do you really know about: conditions in the holding camps before soldiers shipped out? Or the conditions on the transport ships that carried hundreds of soldiers from Boston and elsewhere to the South? Or what the enlisted men did for three months following Lee’s?
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