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Wilber F. Crummer was an acquaintance and neighbor of Ulysses S. Grant in Galena, Illinois. When civil war broke out, he became "one of the Boys in Blue" who followed General Grant in the Battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh and Vicksburg. His stirring and vivid accounts of these significant civil war battles, covering the years 1862-63, are filled with historic detail and conclude with his appreciation of General Grant.

©2012 Wetware Media (P)2012 Wetare Media

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A foot soldier's view of Grant & the Civil War

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A new and unique point of view

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Grant as viewed by a neighbor and foot soldier

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New to me

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Heart warming view of Grant who has often today been underestimated

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Great to hear Grant given full value for his contributions to our nation's destiny

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