Honoring Our Civil War Veterans
A Confederate and a Union Civil War veteran embrace at the 1938 75th anniversary encampment at Gettysburg.
Today do the great-great-grandsons and granddaughters of those old men that fought so valiantly think of the Civil War at all? Most people today are not informed by direct experience of those times, nor have personal contact with those who lived and took part in the events of 1860’s America. S.Palmer@TheCivilWarParlor
What effects does the war continue to have on America without the people of our time even knowing?
http://drx.typepad.com/psychotherapyblog/2009/11/veterans-1938.html

Honoring Our Civil War Veterans

A Confederate and a Union Civil War veteran embrace at the 1938 75th anniversary encampment at Gettysburg.

Today do the great-great-grandsons and granddaughters of those old men that fought so valiantly think of the Civil War at all? Most people today are not informed by direct experience of those times, nor have personal contact with those who lived and took part in the events of 1860’s America. S.Palmer@TheCivilWarParlor

What effects does the war continue to have on America without the people of our time even knowing?

http://drx.typepad.com/psychotherapyblog/2009/11/veterans-1938.html