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Basic Training Manuals dealing with lifestyle associated with training.

The Harry Gilmor Sword And General Wallace's Comments

The sword of Harry Gilmor, the Confederate colonel, which General Wallace had given me, had aroused Graham's interest so much that I presented it to him; I had, prior to this, presented to Curtis, my Creedmoor rifle trophies. I had become tired of

New York Harbor Fort Schuyler Fort Marshal And Aunt Mag

During the first year of the war ('61) I remained at home, but I was really ashamed to be found there when service called. Burdette was already in the Army, and A. P., though equally patriotic, was compelled to remain home to "fight for bread" for