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T Is For Two Of A Kind (Book Review)

Title: Two Of A Kind

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars

Author: Susan Mallery

Genre: Romance

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN-13: 978-0-373-77768-6

This book was my introduction to Susan Mallery’s series centering around Fool’s Gold, California. 250 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 23, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark. 

Before dawn, Lt. Col. Drake had his Union wagon train awakened and made ready for their trek to Pine Bluff. Drake had 1200 infantry – 240 cavalry troops under the command of Major McCauley – and 4 cannons of Battery E, 2nd Missouri Light Artillery. 571 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 22, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark. 

The Union supply train that had arrived from Pine Bluff on April 20th had been quickly unloaded, and by April 22nd was ordered to return to Pine Bluff for more supplies. 336 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 21, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark. 

Circumstances continued on a course that would bring Union General Steele to decide what he needed to do:  Obey orders, or save his army. 229 more words

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Civil War Transcendence: part 32

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME

I literally attacked the food. I ate like a man who hadn’t had a decent meal in years. 356 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 20, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark.

The Union supply train from Pine Bluff was escorted safely into Camden on April 20th.  The train consisted of 150 wagons containing ammunition, quartermaster stores and 10 days of half rations of hardtack, bacon, coffee and salt. 164 more words

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Camden Expedition: April 19, 1864

CAMDEN, Ark. 

The defeated soldiers’ return from Poison Springs during the night of the 18th, along with the continuing shortage of food, brought the Union Army morale to a new low. 534 more words

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