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6 thoughts on “After Chancellorsville Letters From The Heart

  1. says:

    I’m not big on “romances” – fake ones that is – but REAL ones now that’s another story altogether This is the real deal and it is very sweet not saccharin sweet either but old fashioned patient love never fails the gentleman woos

  2. says:

    A special publication with letters for a Union soldier and his fiancee transcribed and printed in the order they were written It's like reading a private conversation and courtship; the respect and insight is remarkable Highly recommended

  3. says:

    A sweet tender and ultimately very moving book that is simply the letters of two friends who become sweethearts during the Civil War Walter is injured at Chancellorsville the battle detailed in THE RED BADGE OF

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook I love that they had a female and male voice for each of the people It reall

  5. says:

    I normally don't write reviews but this one I must say was very sweet

  6. says:

    Picked up on sale in Harper's Ferry during our Civic War Tour this summer You'll never guess how it ends

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summary ¼ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Walter G. Dunn

In a crowded filthy hospital ward during the Civil War after suffering the carnage of After Chancellorsville PDFEPUBthe battle of Chancellorsville There barely recovered h A special publication with letters for a Union soldier and his fiancee transcribed and printed in the order they

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After Chancellorsville Letters From The Heart

Emma Randolph a Letters From MOBI #242 young woman not yet twenty wrote poignant letters to her distant cousin Private Walter G Dunn of the th New Jersey Infantry as he lay I m not big on romances fake ones that is but REAL ones now that s another story altogether Th

summary ¼ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Walter G. Dunn

E aided overworked surgeons when the Gettysburg wounded poured into the city and regularly took up his pen Their correspondence related everyday events that became history A sweet tender and ultimately very moving book that is simply the letters of two friends who become sweethearts