A Journal of the Past


So, I was given a book for review. This is not the typical type of book I read. Fiction is my thing. However this looked interesting and like something I could share with my children. So I agreed to review it, even though I don’t review often.  I used it as part of my children’s schooling in our study of the Civil War. This was the story of Sergeant Harmon Camburn, a Union soldier who spent three years in Civil War. A detailed account from a soldier’s point of view that offered much more than a simple historical account. Now, don’t shrug your shoulders and click away just yet. Read my review before you decide a non-fiction book about the Civil War isn’t for you.

Civil War Kindle Cover


Here is a personal account of the Civil War when young men were forced to kill their own countrymen.

Harmon Camburn signed up for…

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About P. C. Zick

I write. It's as simple and as complicated as that. Storytelling creates our cultural legacy.
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