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Chauncey's Blood: A Hiram Robinett Novel of the Civil War

Chauncey's Blood: A Hiram Robinett Novel of the Civil War

by Curt J. Robinette

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Overview

A young man from Chauncey, Ohio, is one of the first to answer the President's call for volunteers to help defend the nation. As a "90-day wonder", he evaluates his opportunities and makes the choice of cavalry over infantry. With his childhood friend, they depart on the trip of a lifetime. Based upon actual experiences, good and bad. A story filled with military and historical facts and appropriate assumptions to get them where they ended up. Heroes of a different sort, Hiram and Robert answered the call to duty and gave their best to help save the country. Experience their adventures and immediately realize their contributions. It is an engaging emotional story that leaves the reader wanting more.


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ISBN-13: 9780692045121
Publisher: Monday Creek Publishing
Publication date: 01/31/2018
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Curt J. Robinette is a career Navy man, including 27 years as a Navy contractor in Information Technology. An interest in family history led to the discovery of his grandfather's brother Hiram who served as a cavalryman in the Civil War. Twenty plus years of continuing discovery of interesting information led to a perceived obligation to tell Hiram's story. Golfing, bowling and drinking beer fell by the wayside in the effort to 'get 'er done'. Curt is also the editor of The NEW Nelsonville Tribune which is a Facebook page dedicated to memories of growing up in our hometown of Nelsonville, Ohio. Twenty-two hundred participating members contribute to a weekly published (but not printed) newspaper. Work has additionally begun on a second novel involving Hiram's family and living in southeastern Ohio in the 1800s.

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