The Soldier’s Pen: Firsthand Impressions of the Civil War

The Soldier’s Pen: Firsthand Impressions of the Civil War
by Robert E. Bonner (Author)
2006

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From the publisher:

They are all infantrymen; none were commissioned officers. One is a German-speaking artist whose sole record is nineteen stunning watercolors that cover a yearÕs enlistment. Another is a free black from Syracuse, New York. Six are from slave states, one of whom was a Unionist. Drawing from the more than 60,000 documents housed in the privately held Gilder Lehrman Collection, Robert E. Bonner has movingly reconstructed the experiences of sixteen Civil War soldiers, using their own accounts to knit together a ground-level view of the entire conflict.

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