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Tag Archives: Civil War
Cannon balls collided with tree trunks, shattering them and sending splinters in all directions. Occasional bullets whistled overhead, and fist-sized rocks streamed in from an unknown source. Whole sections of the forest were now set ablaze. Only four feet wide, … Continue reading
My writing time was cut short this past week. Enduring the “knock-you-down” heat, I’ve been spending the last few days in Savannah, Georgia. Over the past five years, I’ve had the privilege of hosting and facilitating an engineering summer camp … Continue reading
I love to study my family’s history. It all started when I discovered the dilapidated photo of my great-great grandfather Britton (see below) who was a private in the Civil War. I also discovered a booklet written by a great-great … Continue reading