General Harker had seen enough battlefields to know that the Confederates held an extremely strong position, and the attack he and his men were about to make was doubtful of success. Yet he felt it was his duty as a soldier to carry the enemy's works as ordered, or die in the attempt.
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About the Author
Bennett Carlton is a senior library assistant at the Logan Township Library in the Gloucester County (New Jersey) Library System. He is a former history tour guide for Centipede Tours of Philadelphia, a member of the Swedesboro-Woolwich New Jersey Historical Society, and a longtime Civil War re-enactor. "Have We Taken the Mountain?" is his first book.