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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT HICKS – Part 5

This is Part 5 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT HICKS – Part 4

This is Part 4 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT BORDEN HICKS – Part 3

This is Part 3 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT BORDEN HICKS – Part 2

This is Part 2 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’s personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The … Continue reading

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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT BORDEN HICKS – Part 1

While researching the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry for my Civil War novel, The Edge of Hell, I came to know many names/personalities from the ranks of the regiment. One of the most memorable and entertaining was a young man in … Continue reading

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PART 4: NEAR MISS AT DAVIS’ CROSSROADS

This is the fourth and concluding installment of a reprint of an article of mine that was originally featured in the July 1998 issue of the magazine “America’s Civil War.” Stanley, “finding that it would be necessary…to remain on or … Continue reading

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PART 2: NEAR MISS AT DAVIS’ CROSSROADS

This is the second installment of a reprint of an article of mine that was originally featured in the July 1998 issue of the magazine “America’s Civil War.”   Alfred Lacy Hough, an officer on [Major General James] Negley’s staff, … Continue reading

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