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COMPRISING: INCIDENTS AND REMINISCENCES FROM CAMP, BATTLE-FIELD AND
HOSPITAL, WITH NARRATIVES OF THE SACRIFICE,
SUFFERINGS AND TRIUMPHS OF THE
SOLDIERS OF THE REPUBLIC.
BY MRS. A. H. HOGE, of the North-Western Sanitary Commission, Chicago.
With an introduction by THOMAS M. Eddy, D.D.
Able writers have described the campaigns which resulted in the overthrow of the Rebellion, and the lives of the generals who led our armies to victory have been written, but as yet poor justice has been done to the Soldiers who fonght the battles and were largely instrumental in gaining the victories.
The story Mrs. Hoge narrates is one of the most thrilling interest. She confines herself to incidents which passed under her own observation, and these she weaves together with wonderful skill and effect. The private soldier who survived the war will find his own experiences reproduced in this deeply interesting volume; and the thousands who mourn a son, brother or father as among the victims of the strife will equally welcome the work, not only as a souvenir of the struggle so full of tender memories for them, but as a record, which, by commemorating the services of the “Boys in Blue," worthily supplements the more ambitious histories
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