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- Ties that bind. No one anticipated such festering bloodied Conflict. Everyone lost someone - whether family or neighbor. That the Conflict, the main eastern theater of war raged so near Washington DC became of extra concern. History matters @civilwarretold http://ow.ly/5SXM30hnZhb #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #dc #arsenal #districtofcolumbia #warathome #homesweethome #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #civilwarart #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- Ties that bind. No one anticipated such festering bloodied Conflict. Everyone lost someone - whether family or neighbor. That the Conflict, the main eastern theater of war raged so near Washington DC became of extra concern. History matters @civilwarretold http://ow.ly/5SXM30hnZhb #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #dc #arsenal #districtofcolumbia #warathome #homesweethome #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #civilwarart #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- Ties that bind. No one anticipated such festering bloodied Conflict. Everyone lost someone - whether family or neighbor. That the Conflict, the main eastern theater of war raged so near Washington DC became of extra concern. History matters @civilwarretold http://ow.ly/5SXM30hnZhb #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #dc #arsenal #districtofcolumbia #warathome #homesweethome #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #civilwarart #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- Flags of Kentucky at Shiloh _____________________________________________________________ The 4th Kentucky, CSA was a part of Colonel Trabue's Brigade and attached to General Breckenridge's Reserve Corps. It began the fight in reserve but eventually saw action at the Crescent Field, and then was shifted to multiple locations throughout the day. The faulty Confederate attack plan caused the regiments and even corps to be mixed and entangled inside the think woods and brush of the battlefield. Late in the day, it would be on the extreme right near the Tennessee River at the location of the Indian Mounds of the ancient Mississippian Culture. While here, they were under fire from the Union gunboats, USS Lexington and USS Tyler. On Monday, they were moved toward the center of the Confederate line where they faced attacks from McClernand's and Sherman's divisions. This mostly Kentucky brigade suffered 800 casualties, the third highest of any Confederate brigade at Shiloh. For some reason, the 4th is not on these maps. Trabue did have two regiments detached during the fight, but the 4th was not. This flag was nearly lost at the Battle of Jonesboro, but was saved by a local woman. When the 4th was presented this particular flag, I'm not for sure. All I can find right now is 1862. Before or after Shiloh...no idea _____________________________________________________________ Photo of the flag from the Kentucky Historical Society Soldier is John R. Boyette of Co. E, 4th KY Maps from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #orphanbrigade #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate
- Flags of Kentucky at Shiloh _____________________________________________________________ The 4th Kentucky, CSA was a part of Colonel Trabue& #39;s Brigade and attached to General Breckenridge& #39;s Reserve Corps. It began the fight in reserve but eventually saw action at the Crescent Field, and then was shifted to multiple locations throughout the day. The faulty Confederate attack plan caused the regiments and even corps to be mixed and entangled inside the think woods and brush of the battlefield. Late in the day, it would be on the extreme right near the Tennessee River at the location of the Indian Mounds of the ancient Mississippian Culture. While here, they were under fire from the Union gunboats, USS Lexington and USS Tyler. On Monday, they were moved toward the center of the Confederate line where they faced attacks from McClernand& #39;s and Sherman& #39;s divisions. This mostly Kentucky brigade suffered 800 casualties, the third highest of any Confederate brigade at Shiloh. For some reason, the 4th is not on these maps. Trabue did have two regiments detached during the fight, but the 4th was not. This flag was nearly lost at the Battle of Jonesboro, but was saved by a local woman. When the 4th was presented this particular flag, I& #39;m not for sure. All I can find right now is 1862. Before or after Shiloh...no idea _____________________________________________________________ Photo of the flag from the Kentucky Historical Society Soldier is John R. Boyette of Co. E, 4th KY Maps from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #orphanbrigade #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate
- Flags of Kentucky at Shiloh _____________________________________________________________ The 4th Kentucky, CSA was a part of Colonel Trabue's Brigade and attached to General Breckenridge's Reserve Corps. It began the fight in reserve but eventually saw action at the Crescent Field, and then was shifted to multiple locations throughout the day. The faulty Confederate attack plan caused the regiments and even corps to be mixed and entangled inside the think woods and brush of the battlefield. Late in the day, it would be on the extreme right near the Tennessee River at the location of the Indian Mounds of the ancient Mississippian Culture. While here, they were under fire from the Union gunboats, USS Lexington and USS Tyler. On Monday, they were moved toward the center of the Confederate line where they faced attacks from McClernand's and Sherman's divisions. This mostly Kentucky brigade suffered 800 casualties, the third highest of any Confederate brigade at Shiloh. For some reason, the 4th is not on these maps. Trabue did have two regiments detached during the fight, but the 4th was not. This flag was nearly lost at the Battle of Jonesboro, but was saved by a local woman. When the 4th was presented this particular flag, I'm not for sure. All I can find right now is 1862. Before or after Shiloh...no idea _____________________________________________________________ Photo of the flag from the Kentucky Historical Society Soldier is John R. Boyette of Co. E, 4th KY Maps from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #orphanbrigade #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate
- Access to safe drinking water has been a major concern for sailors throughout mankind’s conquest of the oceans. Ships normally carried potable water in casks or tanks; however, there was a limit on how long it could be stored in that manner before it became virtually undrinkable. While ocean voyages were generally planned with several landfalls, there are countless accounts of vessels running out of water or having to ration their supplies for days until they reached land or it rained hard enough to catch water. This 1850s invention, a jet compressor, changed everything. The compressor has three principal parts: an evaporator, a condenser, and a “refrigerator” or cooler. Steam from a ship’s boiler, which was under pressure and at a temperature exceeding the boiling point of atmospheric seawater, flowed through tubes surrounded by seawater in the evaporator. The seawater was heated to boiling and the resultant salt-free steam vapor flowed through tubes in the condenser that were surrounded by seawater. The output was distilled water. The fresh water from the condenser flowed through the “refrigerator,” where it was cooled by seawater and then through a charcoal filter to the ship’s tanks. During the civil war, compressors significantly changed the operational capacity of warships as ships could stay at sea for extended periods of time. LEARN MORE AT HISTORYNET.COM.
- Access to safe drinking water has been a major concern for sailors throughout mankind’s conquest of the oceans. Ships normally carried potable water in casks or tanks; however, there was a limit on how long it could be stored in that manner before it became virtually undrinkable. While ocean voyages were generally planned with several landfalls, there are countless accounts of vessels running out of water or having to ration their supplies for days until they reached land or it rained hard enough to catch water. This 1850s invention, a jet compressor, changed everything. The compressor has three principal parts: an evaporator, a condenser, and a “refrigerator” or cooler. Steam from a ship’s boiler, which was under pressure and at a temperature exceeding the boiling point of atmospheric seawater, flowed through tubes surrounded by seawater in the evaporator. The seawater was heated to boiling and the resultant salt-free steam vapor flowed through tubes in the condenser that were surrounded by seawater. The output was distilled water. The fresh water from the condenser flowed through the “refrigerator,” where it was cooled by seawater and then through a charcoal filter to the ship’s tanks. During the civil war, compressors significantly changed the operational capacity of warships as ships could stay at sea for extended periods of time. LEARN MORE AT HISTORYNET.COM.
- Access to safe drinking water has been a major concern for sailors throughout mankind’s conquest of the oceans. Ships normally carried potable water in casks or tanks; however, there was a limit on how long it could be stored in that manner before it became virtually undrinkable. While ocean voyages were generally planned with several landfalls, there are countless accounts of vessels running out of water or having to ration their supplies for days until they reached land or it rained hard enough to catch water. This 1850s invention, a jet compressor, changed everything. The compressor has three principal parts: an evaporator, a condenser, and a “refrigerator” or cooler. Steam from a ship’s boiler, which was under pressure and at a temperature exceeding the boiling point of atmospheric seawater, flowed through tubes surrounded by seawater in the evaporator. The seawater was heated to boiling and the resultant salt-free steam vapor flowed through tubes in the condenser that were surrounded by seawater. The output was distilled water. The fresh water from the condenser flowed through the “refrigerator,” where it was cooled by seawater and then through a charcoal filter to the ship’s tanks. During the civil war, compressors significantly changed the operational capacity of warships as ships could stay at sea for extended periods of time. LEARN MORE AT HISTORYNET.COM.
- This 1864 photograph shows Princess Anne Street in Fredericksburg, VA. The street was a Union staging area for the assaults on Marye's Heights in December 1862. The photo (I believe by James Gardner) shows the steeple of St. George's Church, as well as the city courthouse. #fredericksburg #virginia #courthouse #historicalplace #confederate #union #military #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #travel #travels #traveling #travelling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram
- This 1864 photograph shows Princess Anne Street in Fredericksburg, VA. The street was a Union staging area for the assaults on Marye& #39;s Heights in December 1862. The photo (I believe by James Gardner) shows the steeple of St. George& #39;s Church, as well as the city courthouse. #fredericksburg #virginia #courthouse #historicalplace #confederate #union #military #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #travel #travels #traveling #travelling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram
- This 1864 photograph shows Princess Anne Street in Fredericksburg, VA. The street was a Union staging area for the assaults on Marye's Heights in December 1862. The photo (I believe by James Gardner) shows the steeple of St. George's Church, as well as the city courthouse. #fredericksburg #virginia #courthouse #historicalplace #confederate #union #military #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #travel #travels #traveling #travelling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram
- The Battle of Nashville Monument was commissioned by the Ladies Battlefield Association (Mrs. James E. Caldwell, President) and created by Giuseppe Moretti. It was dedicated on Armistice Day, 1927, on Franklin Road near Woodmont Boulevard. — Mrs. Caldwell envisioned a memorial dedicated to the struggle of both the Union and the Confederate forces who clashed here on December 15-16, 1864. Moretti interpreted the scene with two charging horses representing the North and South divided by a wall of Antagonism. The horses are halted and quieted into the spirit of teamwork by a youth who embodies the Spirit of Unity. The word UNITY is on the banner with which he entwines the horses. At the summit of the shaft, an Angel of peace, protects the group. — At its original location, a 1974 tornado destroyed the statue's 30-foot carrara marble obelisk and angel that surmounted it. During the 1980's, the building of an interstate interchange left the bronze figures of youth and horses isolated on a bluff behind a chain link fence. — The Tennessee Commission selected the new site on Granny White Pike for the monument in 1992. Both Union and Confederate Soldiers fought over this ground during the Battle of Nashville. — “Oh, valorous gray, in the grave of your fate, Oh, glorious blue, in the long dead years, You were sown in sorrow and harrowed in hate, But your harvest is a Nation's tears, For the message you left through the land has sped, From the lips of God to the heart of man: Let the past be past, let the dead be dead,- Now and forever, American” #nashville #tennessee #confederate #union #peace #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #military #travel #travels #travelling #traveling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram #travelstoke
- The Battle of Nashville Monument was commissioned by the Ladies Battlefield Association (Mrs. James E. Caldwell, President) and created by Giuseppe Moretti. It was dedicated on Armistice Day, 1927, on Franklin Road near Woodmont Boulevard. — Mrs. Caldwell envisioned a memorial dedicated to the struggle of both the Union and the Confederate forces who clashed here on December 15-16, 1864. Moretti interpreted the scene with two charging horses representing the North and South divided by a wall of Antagonism. The horses are halted and quieted into the spirit of teamwork by a youth who embodies the Spirit of Unity. The word UNITY is on the banner with which he entwines the horses. At the summit of the shaft, an Angel of peace, protects the group. — At its original location, a 1974 tornado destroyed the statue& #39;s 30-foot carrara marble obelisk and angel that surmounted it. During the 1980& #39;s , the building of an interstate interchange left the bronze figures of youth and horses isolated on a bluff behind a chain link fence. — The Tennessee Commission selected the new site on Granny White Pike for the monument in 1992. Both Union and Confederate Soldiers fought over this ground during the Battle of Nashville. — “Oh, valorous gray, in the grave of your fate, Oh, glorious blue, in the long dead years, You were sown in sorrow and harrowed in hate, But your harvest is a Nation& #39;s tears, For the message you left through the land has sped, From the lips of God to the heart of man: Let the past be past, let the dead be dead,- Now and forever, American” #nashville #tennessee #confederate #union #peace #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #military #travel #travels #travelling #traveling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram #travelstoke
- The Battle of Nashville Monument was commissioned by the Ladies Battlefield Association (Mrs. James E. Caldwell, President) and created by Giuseppe Moretti. It was dedicated on Armistice Day, 1927, on Franklin Road near Woodmont Boulevard. — Mrs. Caldwell envisioned a memorial dedicated to the struggle of both the Union and the Confederate forces who clashed here on December 15-16, 1864. Moretti interpreted the scene with two charging horses representing the North and South divided by a wall of Antagonism. The horses are halted and quieted into the spirit of teamwork by a youth who embodies the Spirit of Unity. The word UNITY is on the banner with which he entwines the horses. At the summit of the shaft, an Angel of peace, protects the group. — At its original location, a 1974 tornado destroyed the statue's 30-foot carrara marble obelisk and angel that surmounted it. During the 1980's, the building of an interstate interchange left the bronze figures of youth and horses isolated on a bluff behind a chain link fence. — The Tennessee Commission selected the new site on Granny White Pike for the monument in 1992. Both Union and Confederate Soldiers fought over this ground during the Battle of Nashville. — “Oh, valorous gray, in the grave of your fate, Oh, glorious blue, in the long dead years, You were sown in sorrow and harrowed in hate, But your harvest is a Nation's tears, For the message you left through the land has sped, From the lips of God to the heart of man: Let the past be past, let the dead be dead,- Now and forever, American” #nashville #tennessee #confederate #union #peace #civilwar #uscivilwar #americancivilwar #history #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory #civilwarhistory #military #travel #travels #travelling #traveling #traveler #traveller #travelgram #travelingram #travelstagram #travelstoke
- #OTD 1863 Lincoln approves Congressional resolution authorizing the Treasury to issue new notes as a means to fund Union soldiers and sailors. Union advantage amid the Confederate economic peril. With the war time expenditures and depleted Southern Commerce, Lincoln also called for regulation of the national currency. #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #banking #currency #civilwarcurrency #greenbacks #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- #OTD 1863 Lincoln approves Congressional resolution authorizing the Treasury to issue new notes as a means to fund Union soldiers and sailors. Union advantage amid the Confederate economic peril. With the war time expenditures and depleted Southern Commerce, Lincoln also called for regulation of the national currency. #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #banking #currency #civilwarcurrency #greenbacks #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- #OTD 1863 Lincoln approves Congressional resolution authorizing the Treasury to issue new notes as a means to fund Union soldiers and sailors. Union advantage amid the Confederate economic peril. With the war time expenditures and depleted Southern Commerce, Lincoln also called for regulation of the national currency. #weareallamericans #civilwarretold #civilwar #civilwarhistory #banking #currency #civilwarcurrency #greenbacks #civilwarculture #lifeandtimes #brothersinarms #americana #heritage #unionarmy #confederacy #brothersinarms #historicalbiopic #historical #literary #bookauthor
- It’s sad to me that the Library of Congress has literally tens of thousands of these “faces with no names” (mostly Confederate) pictures in a collection in their archives. These brave men all went to battle and who knows if they made it home or not. And so many ended up buried in unmarked graves. They all deserve remembrance and recognition. Be sure to scroll through all of them. __________________________ #americancivilwar #acw #civilwar #civilwarhistory #civilwarphotography #unknownsoldier #dixie #confederate #southernhistory #union #tintype #daguerreotype #ambertype #19thcentury #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory
- It’s sad to me that the Library of Congress has literally tens of thousands of these “faces with no names” (mostly Confederate) pictures in a collection in their archives. These brave men all went to battle and who knows if they made it home or not. And so many ended up buried in unmarked graves. They all deserve remembrance and recognition. Be sure to scroll through all of them. __________________________ #americancivilwar #acw #civilwar #civilwarhistory #civilwarphotography #unknownsoldier #dixie #confederate #southernhistory #union #tintype #daguerreotype #ambertype #19thcentury #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory
- It’s sad to me that the Library of Congress has literally tens of thousands of these “faces with no names” (mostly Confederate) pictures in a collection in their archives. These brave men all went to battle and who knows if they made it home or not. And so many ended up buried in unmarked graves. They all deserve remembrance and recognition. Be sure to scroll through all of them. __________________________ #americancivilwar #acw #civilwar #civilwarhistory #civilwarphotography #unknownsoldier #dixie #confederate #southernhistory #union #tintype #daguerreotype #ambertype #19thcentury #ushistory #americanhistory #militaryhistory
- Visitors are fascinated by the tree - designed by Charles Walker, the museum's founder - that graced the front porch of Walker Hill for many years. #WalkerHillGeorgia #history #GeorgiaHistory #GriffinGA #CivilWarHistory #carousels #vintagecarousels #LittleBeauty #FamilyFriendly #KidFriendly #Children #Art #vintage #Lifein1900s #Events #EventFacility #BirthdayParties #Weddings #Engagements #PhotoShoots #Seniors #Tours #SouthofAtlanta #NoCityTraffic Photo by @bonniemoretphotography
- Visitors are fascinated by the tree - designed by Charles Walker, the museum's founder - that graced the front porch of Walker Hill for many years. #WalkerHillGeorgia #history #GeorgiaHistory #GriffinGA #CivilWarHistory #carousels #vintagecarousels #LittleBeauty #FamilyFriendly #KidFriendly #Children #Art #vintage #Lifein1900s #Events #EventFacility #BirthdayParties #Weddings #Engagements #PhotoShoots #Seniors #Tours #SouthofAtlanta #NoCityTraffic Photo by @bonniemoretphotography
- The 1st Kentucky Infantry was formed across the Ohio River at Camp Clay, Ohio in the summer of 1861, before Kentucky's neutrality was ended. By the time of the Battle of Shiloh, it was attached to Bruce's Brigade, Nelson's Division, Army of the Ohio. From a battlefield marker: "This brigade arrived at Pittsburg Landing about 6 o'clock Sunday evening, April 6, 1862. It bivouacked between the Tenth and Nineteenth Brigades, the Second Kentucky on the left, the First Kentucky on the right, and the Twentieth Kentucky in reserve. It held the center of the division all day and was engaged in a charge across the Peach Orchard, in which a battery was captured and lost again. At 2 p.m. the enemy retired and this brigade took position on south side of peach Orchard, where it bivouacked Monday night." In total, the brigade suffered a total of 178 casualties. According to the KHS, this flag was in the possession of a 1st KY veteran and discovered by his grandchildren after he passed away in 1921. Map from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennessee #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate
- The 1st Kentucky Infantry was formed across the Ohio River at Camp Clay, Ohio in the summer of 1861, before Kentucky& #39;s neutrality was ended. By the time of the Battle of Shiloh, it was attached to Bruce& #39;s Brigade, Nelson& #39;s Division, Army of the Ohio. From a battlefield marker: "This brigade arrived at Pittsburg Landing about 6 o& #39;clock Sunday evening, April 6, 1862. It bivouacked between the Tenth and Nineteenth Brigades, the Second Kentucky on the left, the First Kentucky on the right, and the Twentieth Kentucky in reserve. It held the center of the division all day and was engaged in a charge across the Peach Orchard, in which a battery was captured and lost again. At 2 p.m. the enemy retired and this brigade took position on south side of peach Orchard, where it bivouacked Monday night." In total, the brigade suffered a total of 178 casualties. According to the KHS, this flag was in the possession of a 1st KY veteran and discovered by his grandchildren after he passed away in 1921. Map from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennessee #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate
- The 1st Kentucky Infantry was formed across the Ohio River at Camp Clay, Ohio in the summer of 1861, before Kentucky's neutrality was ended. By the time of the Battle of Shiloh, it was attached to Bruce's Brigade, Nelson's Division, Army of the Ohio. From a battlefield marker: "This brigade arrived at Pittsburg Landing about 6 o'clock Sunday evening, April 6, 1862. It bivouacked between the Tenth and Nineteenth Brigades, the Second Kentucky on the left, the First Kentucky on the right, and the Twentieth Kentucky in reserve. It held the center of the division all day and was engaged in a charge across the Peach Orchard, in which a battery was captured and lost again. At 2 p.m. the enemy retired and this brigade took position on south side of peach Orchard, where it bivouacked Monday night." In total, the brigade suffered a total of 178 casualties. According to the KHS, this flag was in the possession of a 1st KY veteran and discovered by his grandchildren after he passed away in 1921. Map from the Civil War Trust _____________________________________________________________ #author #newbook #14thtennessee #newauthor #amwritingnonfiction #amwriting #CivilWar #writersofinstagram #writersofig #tennessee #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #tennesseehistory #civilwarhistory #diary #kentucky #kentuckycivilwar #kentuckyhistory #owensboro #indiana #indianahistory #newburgh #henderson #stovepipe #shiloh #battle #ancestry #geneology #shiloh #battleofshiloh #civilwarkentucky #union #confederate

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