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Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,


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. . .American were to look from their Island Home upon the clash of our armies and the murder of our braves.

By the 19th of May the skirts of the grand army had been gathered up, and on the 20th the march to Richmond was resumed. The troops moved along two main roads, of which the right led to New Mechanicsville and Meadow Bridges, and the left to the railroad and Bottom Bridges. My division formed the right centre, and although the Chickahominy fords were but eighteen miles distant, we did not reach them for three days. On the first night we encamped at Tunstalls, a railroad-station on Black Creek; on the second at New Cold Harbor, a little country tavern, kept by a cripple; and on the night of the third day at Hogan's farm, on the north hills of the Chickahominy. The railroad was opened to Despatch Station at the same time, but the right and centre were still compelled to "team" their supplies from White House. In the new position, the army extended ten miles along . . . Read More

Community Reviews

This starts out a little slow.
Mainly it is autobiographical about the author.
Not a lot of detail about about battles.

It is more focused on himself, and people of the time.
At one point, for a couple of chapters. He goes into events of his European travels.

Some of it does give a nice accounting, of pe