"Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten": Michigan Cavalry in the Civil by Richard L. Hamilton PDF

By Richard L. Hamilton

ISBN-10: 1419689185

ISBN-13: 9781419689185

the tale of “Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten” starts in the summertime of 1862 in Kent County, Michigan, and it ends with the shut of the Gettysburg crusade in mid July 1863. it's the tale George Thomas Patten, a tender husband and father who wrests along with his wide awake over what may, and may be his half in security of the Union within the Civil warfare. Over the objections of his father, who has grown weary of burying many younger West Michigan males lower than the sod in neighborhood cemeteries, and who fears for the lifetime of his purely son, George Thomas Patten enlists within the sixth Michigan Cavalry Regiment. The regiment is mustered into the U.S. Cavalry, and departs Grand Rapids, Michigan on a chilly blustery wintry weather day for Washington urban on December 10, 1862. In April 1863 Sgt. Patten, whereas published at the safety perimeter of the Capitol, learns of the loss of life of his spouse, forsaking a tender son. His regiment is dispatched to the Gettysburg crusade, lower than the command of Brigadier basic George Armstrong Custer. The crusade culminates on the conflict of Falling Waters, the place Sgt. George Thomas Patten will pay the final word cost of liberty.

“ ‘Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten’, in contrast to traditional written historical past, has strong point that's infrequent. As a non-fiction novel its combination of truth and heartfelt fiction is exceedingly uncommon.’ [Excerpts from Foreword through: Michael Blake, writer of Dances With Wolves and The Holy Road]

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By Richard L. Hamilton

ISBN-10: 1419689185

ISBN-13: 9781419689185

the tale of “Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten” starts in the summertime of 1862 in Kent County, Michigan, and it ends with the shut of the Gettysburg crusade in mid July 1863. it's the tale George Thomas Patten, a tender husband and father who wrests along with his wide awake over what may, and may be his half in security of the Union within the Civil warfare. Over the objections of his father, who has grown weary of burying many younger West Michigan males lower than the sod in neighborhood cemeteries, and who fears for the lifetime of his purely son, George Thomas Patten enlists within the sixth Michigan Cavalry Regiment. The regiment is mustered into the U.S. Cavalry, and departs Grand Rapids, Michigan on a chilly blustery wintry weather day for Washington urban on December 10, 1862. In April 1863 Sgt. Patten, whereas published at the safety perimeter of the Capitol, learns of the loss of life of his spouse, forsaking a tender son. His regiment is dispatched to the Gettysburg crusade, lower than the command of Brigadier basic George Armstrong Custer. The crusade culminates on the conflict of Falling Waters, the place Sgt. George Thomas Patten will pay the final word cost of liberty.

“ ‘Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten’, in contrast to traditional written historical past, has strong point that's infrequent. As a non-fiction novel its combination of truth and heartfelt fiction is exceedingly uncommon.’ [Excerpts from Foreword through: Michael Blake, writer of Dances With Wolves and The Holy Road]

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The tale of “Oh! Hast Thou Forgotten” starts in the summertime of 1862 in Kent County, Michigan, and it ends with the shut of the Gettysburg crusade in mid July 1863. it's the tale George Thomas Patten, a tender husband and father who wrests along with his wakeful over what may, and may be his half in security of the Union within the Civil conflict.

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