By James Barrett,Leslie Peterson,Linda Peterson,Meliscent Gill,Patricia Peterson
The Civil struggle is definitely the darkest, so much interesting bankruptcy of yankee heritage. Its horrors have reverberated for greater than a hundred and fifty years, and the occasions of the conflict proceed to impact households today.
In Ancestors within the Attic, the descendants of Union soldier James Atwater Barrett percentage a wide ranging number of letters, diary entries, images, and different old records that jointly inform a narrative of affection and war.
A clerk in big apple on the onset of the struggle, twenty-nine-year-old James Atwater Barrett felt responsibility absolute to enlist within the Forty-Eighth big apple Volunteer Infantry. What used to be 4 years of battles, ailment, and near-fatal wounds. in the meantime, Barrett’s fiancée, Jane Farmer, wrote with love and situation from his homeland of harmony, Massachusetts.
Consisting virtually solely of basic resources, Ancestors within the Attic offers a beautiful examine a soldier’s existence through the Civil conflict. Barrett participated in lots of recognized battles, together with the conflict of citadel Wagner, or even watched recognized nurse Clara Barton are inclined to the wounded. an individual attracted to the Civil struggle will enjoy during this exact account of 1 man’s survival via America’s bloodiest conflict.
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Ancestors in the Attic: Major James Atwater Barrett: Chronicles of a Civil War Union Soldier by James Barrett,Leslie Peterson,Linda Peterson,Meliscent Gill,Patricia Peterson