Sinners, Saints and Soldiers in Civil War Stafford

Sinners, Saints and Soldiers in Civil War Stafford

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"Over 135,000 Union soldiers came to Stafford during the Civil War. This book relates the stories of six unique individuals who visited the area. The writings of these soldiers, nurses, and civilians help paint a picture of what Stafford and Fredericksburg were like during this devastating war."--Cover.
Publisher: Stafford, Va. : Parker Pub., [2009], ©2009
ISBN: 9780970837011
0970837011
Branch Call Number: 975.526 Co
Characteristics: iv, 115 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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An interesting look at the lives of six individuals who were in Stafford, Virginia, during the Civil War.

An interesting look at the lives of six individuals who were in Stafford, Virginia, during the Civil War.

"Over 135,000 Union soldiers came to Stafford during the Civil War. This book relates the stories of six unique individuals who visited the area. The writings of these soldiers, nurses, and civilians help paint a picture of what Stafford and Fredericksburg were like during this devastating w... Read More »

Stafford County was the southernmost part of the Union occupation of Virginia for much of the Civil War and as such it drew all sorts of characters to its farmlands and creeksides. General Daniel Sickles--described by his contemporaries and historians as a scoundrel, murderer, rapscallion, rogue,... Read More »


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