Soldier Of The Union: Private George Hechler'S Civil War Service
Soldier Of The Union: Private George Hechler'S Civil War Service

Soldier Of The Union: Private George Hechler'S Civil War Service

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SOLDIER OF THE UNION Ken Hechler, through the period letters of his ancestors, George and John Hechler, gives a vivid account of the 36th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War and the trials and tribulations faced by the two men. From camp life at Parkersburg and Summersville, to the bloody battlefields of Lewisburg, Antietam, Chickamauga and others, the 36th regiment served valiantly, described here in detail by the Hechler boys. Partially printed in a series of articles in The Parkersburg News in 1962, this is the first time these letters have been pyblished in their entirety. -Terry Lowry, Civil War Historian and author of September Blood: The Battle of Carnifex Ferry and Last Sleep: The Battle of Droop Mountain

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