By Mara L. Pratt
Tales of the good clash from the time Lincoln grew to become president and the southern states seceded, in the course of the battles of Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, Chickamauga, until eventually the shut of the warfare. contains poems, songs, and illustrations commemorating the occasions. appropriate for a while eight and up.
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What though we sink 'neath the turbulent wave, 'Tis with DUTY and RIGHT at the helm; And over the form should the fierce waters rave, No tide can the spirit o'erwhelm! For swift o'er the billows of Charon's dark stream We'll pass to the immortal shore, Where the waters of life in brilliancy beam, And the pure float in peace evermore. "Shall we give them a broadside once more, my brave men "Ay! " was the full, earnest cry; "A broadside! A broadside! we'll give them again! " "Haste! "—for amid all that battling din Comes a gurgling sound fraught with fear, As swift flowing waters pour rushingly in; Up!
Edward Lee," she replied, wiping a tear from her eye. "Oh! " "Yes, we'll be sure to bring him back. " Eddy became a great favorite with the soldiers; and the tall, lank fifer used often to carry him "pick-a-back" over the hard roads and muddy places. After the battle of Wilson's Creek, little Eddy could not be found. By and by the corporal, who had been searching for him, heard the sound of his drum not far away. The company was to march away in a very few minutes, but not liking to leave the little fellow, the corporal went to find him.
General Beauregard, the same Confederate who had ordered the attack upon Fort Sumter, was in command here, He was an odd looking little man, with snapping black eyes; and snow white hair. " With Beauregard was another general of whom you need to know, General Johnston. General McDowell was coming with the Union army to meet this foe. At nine o'clock one Sunday morning, the armies met, and a terrible battle followed. The Confederates began breaking up and giving way. It seemed as if victory was to be on the Union side.
American History Stories, Volume IV by Mara L. Pratt