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The Most “Civil-Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County (2) by Jim Surkamp

The Most “Civil-Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County (2) by Jim Surkamp


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The Most “Civil Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County (1) – J. Surkamp

The Most “Civil Warred” Home – Unburned – in Jefferson County by Jim Surkamp


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The Song of Mary Entler Herrington by Jim Surkamp


The Song of Mary Louise Entler Herrington (1840-1932)

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Andrew Leopold’s Forlorn Hope (2) – by Jim Surkamp With Author Steve French

About a young man from Sharpsburg and Shepherdstown who war changed into an avenging angel of death but who, at the foot of the gallows, found God.

Andrew Leopold Warmaker To Peacemaker With Steve French, Author “Rebel Chronicles,” contact: info-sfrench52@yahoo.com (Image of Andrew Leopold courtesy Horace Mewborn, Jr.

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