Tag: Civil War

Richard Clow’s February 1865 Letter Clips

Reading the first line of Richard Clow’s letters to his sisters in Feb. 1865 will pique your interest in this young man’s life!

Kindle Countdown for “Rough Enough” begins at 8AM April 24!!>))

Get your best buys on my Civil War book, “Rough Enough” beginning with 99 cent Kindle Countdown sale starting April 24! “Rough Enough” will hold you enthralled with Richard Clow’s letters to his sisters as he fights at Petersburg during the final bloody days of…

The Union Troops at Petersburg – What they saw!

Take a good look at the Header above on this page! If you were one of the Union troops in the 56th Massachusetts like Richard Clow in 1865, you’d have been looking out over the top of sand bags and trenches to the grassy…

Civil War Saga: Rough Enough Jumps on Amazon’s Charts!

I had an absolutely Great  visit to St. Louis, MO this past week to speak on my book, Rough Enough. The saga of Richard Clow’s Civil War and Frontier life hit two large groups of extremely supportive history buffs at the U.S. Grant Historical…

John Sherwin (Sher) Clow Civil War Vet. – Brother of Richard H. Clow

“John Sherwin Clow, 1836 – 1909, and the Civl War, Compiled by Catherine Clow, his daughter by the second wife. Closed Stacks: University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, E476.69.C55 John Sherwin (Sher) Clow, was a Civil War Veteran and one of the older brothers of CW…

Why Richard Headley Clow is my Favorite Civil War Personality

My favorite personality for the Civil War is a private named Richard Headley Clow who was at the front lines of Petersburg from Feb. 1865 through April, 1865 and then went on to Appomattox. My reasons for this are the following: 1. Richard Clow…

Marketing “Rough Enough” – How I got started on the book!

The Civil War is a lifelong compulsion for some persons so in that respect I an a Ricky-come-lately having only really gotten interested in 1994 while discussing with my then dying father some of the papers and letters he wanted to leave to me. …

What to do while you wait for the book to be Printed

One of the great things about doing e-books is the instant feedback given by computers to your wishes and needs.  When I first put my Civil War book , Rough Enough on  Kindle some 18 months ago, the satisfaction of completing the project to…

Veterans Day: Thinking about military service in the context of the book “Rough Enough”

  In my book, “Rough Enough”, Richard Clow at seventeen years of age seems to have been eager to head off to fight in the Civil War in 1864 with his 100 day enlistment followed by a three year reenlistment in the early weeks…

Kalahari Rick Starts His Blog

Well, here we go with the blog to get out the news on my writing and book work on Rough Enough, a Civil and Indian War nonfiction spyglass view of the life of Richard H. Clow from 1864 through 1880 as he fought in…

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