'Who Wouldn't Be a Soldier?' poem   Save
'Who Wouldn't Be a Soldier?' poem
Description: Dated ca. 1900, this is a broadside featuring a copy of a letter in verse written by a Union soldier in the American Civil war, titled "Who Wouldn't Be a Soldier?" It is noted as having been purchased by John Shellhouse, of Company B of the 49th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in Nashville, Tennessee, 1862. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: VFM5894
Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narratives; Soldiers; Military Ohio; Poetry
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