The Civil War journal of Lt. Russell M. Tuttle, New York Volunteer Infantry
"Previously unpublished and only recently discovered, Tuttle's journal tells the story of a young man driven to war by principle, and the resulting struggle of loneliness, bloodshed, self-preservation and hope that often defines soldiers. This volume contains the text of Tuttle's journal along with 38 photographs, rare period illustrations, maps and an index of names and locations"--Provided by publisher.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Dansville Public Library||973.7 TUT (Text)