By none, Dr. James J. Barnes, Patience P. Barnes
Wabash collage in Indiana despatched extra squaddies to the Civil warfare proportional to its dimension than the other collage in the United States. This publication, the results of twenty-five years of historical past scholars' study tasks at modern day Wabash, information the five hundred scholars' lives in pioneer Indiana, within the warfare (over a hundred battles) and after the struggle.
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500 Strong. Wabash College Students in the Civil War by none, Dr. James J. Barnes, Patience P. Barnes