‘Merica! What’s better to celebrate America than with family, fire, and food? Nothing. Nothing is better than family, fire, and food, and if you can’t celebrate with family, fire, and food on the fourth, celebrate with family, fire, and food on the fifth! 130 more words
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Monday, March 27, 1865 Am not well lay on my bunk most all day we get orders to fix up camp as we will probably remain in our present position during our stay at Goldsboro I am rather to much under the weather to fix up much to day many of the boys are busy writing I wish I was well enough to write but shall have to defer writing till I feel better which I guess will be soon as I got 5 large pills and 2 large quinine Powders this morning I don’t like our camp much as it is rather low and will be quite wet if it rains much
Frustration is setting in at this point — though Isaac is trying to maintain his sense of humor regarding his officers.
Sunday, March 12, 1865 Pleasant day Lay in camp Near Fayetteville 14th and 15th Corps’s are laying pontoons across the river a small tug boat came up the river to see if she could find any thing of Shermans army with orders to proceed as far up as possible if She did not find us before She started back in evening we had half an hour to write letters in as She took out mail I did not write Add… 72 more words