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 Posted: Fri May 1st, 2009 01:55 pm
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That sounds very heavy duty.  I am as i said reading Perryville by Noe , and reading The Lincolns in the White House by Packard.  Inbetween I take a break and am working my way though the Tamar Myers Penn Dutch mysteries.  Have four more to go.  They become a change of pace after reading the Civil War Material.

Yesterday I spent the morning in doctors offices so I took the new Blue and Gray on Battle of Richmond with me.  I read most of that .  This is a battle I did not know anything about so was interested in reading it.  I also have the Perryville one to go though before June 17 when I get on the plane to Louisville. 

In the pile are  Robertson's books on Stonewall Jackson and A. P. Hill .  for book discussion groups.  Also need to read Wiley's Swords Mountains touch by Fire as the Western Civil War Round Table Conference this year has him as the keynote speaker. 


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