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A Soldier’s Dream of Home

It was March 1863 near Falmouth, Virginia. America had been at war with itself for almost two full years since the bombardment of Fort Sumter. The 130th Pennsylvania, one of the first regiments from York County, had fought in September … Continue reading

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S. Thomas Summers issues second book of Civil War poetry

S. Thomas Summers is a teacher of Writing and Literature at Wayne Hills High School in Wayne, NJ and an adjunct writing professor at Passaic County Community College in Wanaque, NJ. Mr. Summers is an accomplished and well regarded poet … Continue reading

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S. Thomas Summers’ Civil War poetry book

S. Thomas Summers is a poet and writer who maintains a literary blog, Lint in My Pocket: Writing with Some Ink and a Hammer. The New Jersey high school teacher doubles as an adjunct professor in writing at a community … Continue reading

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