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TO THE CHICKAHOMINY E-mail
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Written by Charles Wood   
Thursday, 12 August 2010 16:22
Chapter IV of Recollections of a Private by Warren Lee Goss
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UP THE PENINSULA WITH McCLELLAN E-mail
Written by Charles Wood   
Friday, 23 July 2010 20:16
Chapter 3 of Warren Lee Goss's "Recollections of a Private"
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CAMPAIGNING TO NO PURPOSE E-mail
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Written by Charles Wood   
Saturday, 10 July 2010 22:38
Part 2 of Recollections of a Private by Warren Lee Goss
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Recollections of a Private E-mail
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Written by Charles Wood   
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 18:46
While I was perusing the Battles and Leaders of the Civil War which consists of reprints of articles from the Century Magazine issues printed between 1883 and 1887, I came across a few articles written by a private. Warren Lee Goss. These articles are out of copywrie but are interesting reading for anyone interested in the Civil War from an enlisted man's point of view. Below is the first article entitled "Going to the Front."
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Civil War Field Fortifications E-mail
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Written by Bob Schleiff   
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 10:51

THE EFFECT OF EARTHEN FIELD FORTIFICATIONS  HAD ON THE CIVIL WAR AND OTHER TACTICS

April 5, 2009

This Article is a result of discussions on the NSD Forum between  Gfran64 (Greg) and myself plus a host of other members.

There's plenty to be learned about fortifing. Many battles in a litany of wars depended which side used fortifcation to their best advantage.  There are a number of types of fortification, this article is going to be about field fortifications, Primarilly about Entrenchment and Breastwork/parapets .  There is a long list of different types of fortifications, which can be discussed later.  Greg and I are still gathering research to develop this article.  Gettysburg had entrenchment,  breastworks/parapets, ect., which has piqued the interest of many in the Civil War community.and of course of anything in the near future.

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