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The ringing of the alarm bell

17th Mississippi Private Robert A. Moore’s weary return to Fredericksburg from his furlough home to Mississippi turned exciting two days later, Wednesday, April 29, 1863,  when “We were awoke this morning by the ringing of the alarm-bell…” “The enemy crossed … Continue reading

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