Tag: Richard Clow

Civil War history: “rough Enough” by Richard H. McBee Jr. reviewed in Civil War Round Table of D.C.

Paperback: https://author.amazon.com/books/bookDetail?book=B01FEPVWPM&marketplace=ATVPDKIKX0DER Kindle:https://author.amazon.com/books/bookDetail?book=B00HCQNBB0&marketplace=ATVPDKIKX0DER Jim Gallen, Chairman of the Military History Club of the Missouri Athletic Club, has reviewed Richard H. McBee Jr.’s book, “Rough Enough” which includes the letters and portions of a diary written by McBee’s great grandfather, Richard Clow during the ten… Continue Reading “Civil War history: “rough Enough” by Richard H. McBee Jr. reviewed in Civil War Round Table of D.C.”

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… Continue Reading “Why Richard Headley Clow is my Favorite Civil War Personality”

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