|Across the Fence: Submarines and railroads|
|August 30, 2012 M. Timothy Nolting|
December 30, 1862:
After nearly two years of fighting, battle weary men and boys struggle to keep warm as winter strengthens its grip and the deepening chill settles in to the very marrow of their bones. Fitful sleep is marred by frightening dreams of unforgettable horrors and the dreamers wonder how much longer this will go on.
President Lincoln sinks heavily into a chair and stares into the flames that leap from the burnin...
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