Corporal Frank Steinbaugh penned a succinct and unemotional account of his time as a Union soldier in the American Civil War. In this book, Frank's great-great granddaughter compares his daily account of 1864 to Chaplain R. L. Howard's History of the 124th Illinois Regiment, allowing a more complete picture to emerge of Frank's character and experience. The 124th Illinois was an exemplary regiment that saw action at the Siege of Vicksburg and other important battles. Frank's diary is presented along with what happened after he was gone. This narrative is for historians interested in the Civil War soldier's day to day activity as well as those fascinated by the lineage of family.
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About the Author
She lives in Apple Valley with her husband where she is active in the High Desert Branch of the California Writers Club. She has one gold goldfish and one silver goldfish which are named Rick and The Old Man. She and her husband enjoy the camaraderie and activities that go with being members of the Victor Valley Vettes Corvette Club. Roberta is the author of five novels, four of them in the paranormal mystery genre.