So many Civil War soldiers paid the ultimate price PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Thursday, 29 March 2012 09:14
(Editor's note: "Josh Franklin's Far Out Family Blog" is 10 chapters of Civil War history focusing on Ohio's role, written in a modern tone. Students, parents and teachers are invited to take the series a little further after reading it, and discuss the topics suggested below. The series is published through Ohio Newspapers in Education and was written by Steven Coburn-Griffis. The illustration is by Isaac Schumacher. This is the final chapter.)

Chapter 10:
Here's the last of Uncle Ethan's letters:

November 11, 1864
Dear Wilf,
I am sitting on a hill in the state of Georgia watching a whole city burn. I have witnessed terrible deeds, seen horrors that no one should ever have to see. I do believe, though, that this may well prove the saddest. Even so, had I to do this again, I would.
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