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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: It is not every day that you get to relive history through the original writing of a person who was there. Read about our nation's bloodiest war from someone who was there in William "Bill" Farmer's fascinating new book, From Illinois to Arkansas. With a brief introduction to the book's main subject, First Sergeant Terry Axley, From Illinois to Arkansas quickly launches into a transcription of the hero's personal diary-beginning from the moment he enlisted in the fifty-sixth Illinois volunteer infantry during the American Civil War. From there, readers will follow Axley's amazing journey as he describes in vivid prose his training and active military service, which includes campaigns such as General William T. Sherman's March to the Sea and Carolina Campaign. Including a full descriptive roster of every soldier in Axley's company, this never-before-seen historical document reveals the fate of each soldier either during or after the war-along with what America's bloodiest battles were really like. Civil war buffs, historians, and genealogists are sure to find this a fascinating chronicle of Sherman's campaign that has only now been made available to the public. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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It is not every day that you get to relive history through the original writing of a person who was there.

Read about our nation’s bloodiest war from someone who was there in William “Bill” Farmer’s fascinating new book, From Illinois to Arkansas.

With a brief introduction to the book’s main subject, First Sergeant Terry Axley, From Illinois to Arkansas quickly launches into a transcription of the hero’s personal diary—beginning from the moment he enlisted in the fifty-sixth Illinois volunteer infantry during the American Civil War.

From there, readers will follow Axley’s amazing journey as he describes in vivid prose his training and active military service, which includes campaigns such as General William T. Sherman’s March to the Sea and Carolina Campaign.

Including a full descriptive roster of every soldier in Axley’s company, this never-before-seen historical document reveals the fate of each soldier either during or after the war—along with what America’s bloodiest battles were really like.

Civil war buffs, historians, and genealogists are sure to find this a fascinating chronicle of Sherman’s campaign that has only now been made available to the public.

About the Author:

William “Bill” Farmer served two years in the United States Marine Corps before attending Clinch Valley College. After serving a four year stint in the army, Farmer worked as a postmaster until his retirement.

A history aficionado, he often lectures about the American Civil War at schools and historical societies. Farmer also participates as an artilleryman and infantryman in Civil War reenactments.

Farmer currently lives with his wife in Bearden, Arkansas, where he is mayor.

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