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Assembling this collection has been a labor of love for our entire family' 'Our classmates, familiar only with Civil War generals pictured in textbooks, were amazed to see how many of the images depicted soldiers their age and younger.
Almost all of our friends spotted a soldier who looked like themselves, a brother, or a friend.
Drummer Boy: George Weeks of the 8th Maine Infantry.
In a letter dated October 12th, 1865, George wrote to his mother, 'I am coming home at last. I have served three years in the greatest army that was ever known.'The striking youth of the soldiers who fought in the 1861-1865 war betrays the innocence and idealism that many of them held as the Confederate States of America faced off against President Lincoln's United States of America.
In their eyes and the eyes of their loved ones, I could see the full range of human emotion.
Letter, 9 April 1864, from an unknown Union officer named Andrew, stationed at Fort Scott, Arlington, Virginia, to his wife Sarah.