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Andrews' raiders (1963)

by Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht

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On Monday night April 7, 1862, twenty-two Union soldiers, one civilian, and a Union spy met in a thicket of dead and withered trees near a road leading to Wartrace, Tennessee. (prologue)
The Civil War was the first war in which railroads were important. (chapter 1, "To Steal a Train")
But at the end of the reading one of the prisoners said, "Now, boys, would you rather be in heaven, if it is as good as the preacher says, or be in Cincinnati?"
There was a spirited discussion. Most of the raiders agreed they would rather be in Cincinnati.
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Andrews' Raiders by Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht.
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