Come and watch the Civil War from the perspective of a regiment of everyday Pennsylvania men who saw almost every major engagement in the East. Fighting at Antietam, Gettysburg, the Battle of the Wilderness, and more, the 83rd Pennsylvania fought against Generals Lee and Stonewall Jackson in a daring chase that lasted more than three years as each tried to capture the capitol of the other.
Amos Judson was a member of the 83rd and chose to detail, not only every battle, but the feeling and reality of everyday life in the Army of the Potomac throughout the Civil War. He describes their meals, their lives in tents, their winter quarters, and their interactions with the locals of Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
It is a truly inspiring account of soldiers who took up the call to fight to preserve the Union.
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