After Chancellorsville

After Chancellorsville

[letters From The Heart, The Civil War Letters Of Private Walter G. Dunn & Emma Randolph]

Downloadable Audiobook - 2000
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"I reckon I sympathize with you deeply Dear Walt and I wish I could be with you, if it would help you any. I would... be the best nurse you ever had, I'll bet you. I would laugh and sing and read to you and if we both felt like it I could cry too, and not half try." So wrote Emma Randolph, a young woman not yet twenty, to her distant cousin, Private Walter G. Dunn of the 11th New Jersey Infantry, as he lay in a crowded, filthy hospital ward. They corresponded when Walter went off to war, but their real story began when he was carried from the smoke and carnage of Chancellorsville to a hospital in Baltimore. This was the American Civil War for many who lived it, overwhelming and ultimately tragic, viewed through the eyes of a courageous youth and an unforgettable young woman.
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audiobooks, 2000
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