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Remained in Frederick until Sept. A liberal supply of reading material and other comforts furnished by the citizens,-when able to go about on crutches was sent off for Philadelphia. John Ward.

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Rebecca Dineen. So cool to see this in my feed this afternoon… Henry Tisdale is a branch in my own family tree! New England Genealogy. Jane Rogers. Paula Dufresne Sullivan. Suzanne Mitchell. Coralie Mitchell I bet Donald Mitchell would like this!!!! Remind me I have 2 books for you!!!

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Susie King Taylor Assists the First South Carolina Volunteers, 1862–1864

Mark Farrell. The Minister gave me a tour and history of the church. The larger photo was hanging on the wall and he allowed me to take a photograph of it. When I visited it they had just finished remodeling the church and it was all new inside.

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He told me if I had visited the year before it would have been just like it was in Walking the ridge line to a point where the field meets the tree line I found the ravine he described where many Confederate dead lay. I got a cold chill standing there where so many men fell. It was very near this spot where he was shot by a mini ball. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Special Features.


New England Historical Society. Henry Tisdale, after the war. Recommended for you. When Massachusetts Abolished the State Police. John Ward May 24, at pm. A wonderfully dramatic account. Rebecca Dineen May 24, at pm. New England Genealogy May 24, at pm. Jane Rogers May 24, at pm.

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So wonderful he kept a diary.. David does look like him. Thanks for sharing. Paula Dufresne Sullivan May 24, at pm. Suzanne Mitchell May 25, at am.

Farrell January 30, at pm. Mark Farrell April 9, at pm. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Flashback Photo: Gloucester Memorial Day, To Top. The careless, the selfish and the doubtfully loyal have not borne any of the burden of the fight.

They have never intended to take part in it if they could avoid it. It is the draft only that will reach these classes. There is still a very large class of truly loyal men who could not easily go to war, however willing they may have been, and who perhaps have been even more useful at home. This latter class has always been willing to take the field whenever it was absolutely necessary; and the order of the draft shows that, in the opinion of the Government, that time has come.

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The draft, then, works no hardship, disappoints no truly loyal man, and is a bugbear only to those classes that hesitate about doing anything to aid the nation in its struggle. So far, then, from meeting the draft with apprehension and unfriendliness, it should be received as a justifiable and welcome war measure.

It will undoubtedly prove very inconvenient for many thousands of citizens that will be drafted to leave their families and their business, and take the field at the present time. But the drafted man should remember that fully eight hundred thousand citizens have freely offered themselves to the Government, most of them for three years or during the war, before he was called upon at all to contribute his services.

Our danger and our duty 1862

And further, that, under the draft, his term of service will expire in nine months, leaving the weight of National defence still upon the already overtaxed three years' volunteers. And yet not one of these men who have engaged to bear arms for three years was under any greater obligations to go to war than any our of those who will now be taken by draft.

There is a vague popular apprehension that to go to war is to be almost necessarily, killed in battle, or [??? It is true that war is a hazardous game, the sole aim of which is the destruction of life; and a man must accept that fact with a manly spirit in entering upon his career as a soldier. Yet, it is also true, as the history of nearly all campaigns most fully proves that death or wounds in battle is [??? He is in far more [??? The Sanitary Commission publish a report recently on the comparative mortality among soldier, from disease and from wounds received in battle, that is very surprising.

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