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Stan Hutson

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  1. Stan Hutson

    New photo album layout

    Nothing can be done to change it or view it in the old style I reckon. Sigh.
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    New photo album layout

    Not sure if anyone has noticed, but the way in which photos and albums are stored/displayed has changed. I do not like the new layout. I guess there is no way to default to the old style though.
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    Epic Trek with Tim 2018: Sweet Home Alabama Edition

    Naturally anything having to do with Alabamians will be a great experience
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    PVT Baker 25th Missouri

    I would say that would be ON park property. "at" their camp, to me that indicates just beyond the perimeter of their camp and further beyond. And it sounds like to me more than one trench, by the way it is phrased.
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    Army of the Ohio Buell Firearms list by Regiment

    Yep, I would be! Finishing up my Master's Degree, thesis on CS flags. Long story short, have some Shiloh accounts and neat flag images to use, especially, go figure, Alabama flags.
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    Army of the Ohio Buell Firearms list by Regiment

    Tom, In your opinion, what was the most prevalent weapon at Shiloh, well, most prevalent in the Southern Army and the likewise for the Federal Army.
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    Army of the Ohio Buell Firearms list by Regiment

    I would say they were well armed for Spring 1862
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    1st Lt. William D. Price, Company A, 53rd Illinois Infantry

    This map was used by Willie Price’s father to locate his son’s grave after the engagement at Davis Bridge. The dead from the 53rd and 28th Illinois were buried alongside a rail fence; to the right were two officer’s graves. Willie’s is marked with a small “+”. A year after the war forty-five Union dead (not counting Willie) were moved to the Corinth National Cemetery.
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    1st Lt. William D. Price, Company A, 53rd Illinois Infantry

    2nd Lt. Willie Price, 53rd Illinois Infantry. His brother, Henry Price of the 104th Illinois Infantry, would be killed July 20, 1864 at Peach Tree Creek, outside Atlanta, GA.
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    Unknown Confederate with unique story

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    Fort Donelson

    Soldiers killed and wounded at Fort Donelson
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