Fathers, Sons, and Brothers, 2nd Edition
by James Gus Filegar
It's the summer of 1862, July 27th. Nathan S. Clark marries Sarah, his sweetheart of 2 years. The following day, he musters in as orderly sergeant of the Masardis Militia to help raise volunteers for the Maine Volunteer Infantry in answer to President Lincoln's call for 300,000 more volunteers to bolster the Union's efforts to put down the rebellion that has torn the Nation in two for over a year.
Follow Nathan, his good friend George Buck and 70 other men of Aroostook County as they become Citizen Soldiers in the effort. In August they will say their sad good byes to their families and sweethearts as they leave for Bangor to join 900 other volunteers that have answered the call. They will become The 20th Maine Regiment.
Disease, the fields around Antietam, the cold fiery hell at Fredericksburg. The daunting day at Gettysburg in July 1863. Follow Nathan and Company H through it all as you read this historical fiction based on fact. Go now. Read Fathers, Sons, and Brothers Book I, a novel of the Civil War based on fact and personal experiences.
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 November, 2017.