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Author: ,William B. Styple
ISBN: 1883926122
Language: English
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Americas
Publisher: Belle Grove Pub Co; 1st Paperback Edition edition (December 1, 1998)
Rating: 4.6
Formats: lrf lit docx txt
FB2 size: 1201 kb | EPUB size: 1113 kb | DJVU size: 1962 kb
Sub: History

See this image Styple has written about Gustav Schurmann, a 12-year-old . There's a lot of Civil War fiction out there, but this is a true story, which makes it worth reading all the more.

The Little Bugler: The True Story of a Twelve-Year-Old Boy in the Civil War Hardcover – June 1, 1998. by. William B. Styple (Author). Styple has written about Gustav Schurmann, a 12-year-old from New York who served as bugler to Generals Philip Kearny, David Birney, and Daniel Sickles.

This is the true story of twelve-year-old Gustav A. . Schurmann who served as a musician in Company 1, 40th New York Infantry, from 1861-1864. This book vividly depicts all of his remarkable wartime experiences, including his stay at the White House as the boyhood companion of Tad Lincoln the son remained in the Army.

See all 3 images Kurzweil does the delightfully unexpected: He morphs his story from a poignant .

by Allen Kurzweil (Author). Kurzweil does the delightfully unexpected: He morphs his story from a poignant memoir into a true-crime thriller. It is the true story of Allen Kurzweil, who endured some bullying during his one year stint at a boarding school in the Swiss Alps and later tracked his bully, Cesar Viana, who had recently been released from prison due to his alleged involvement in a ponzi scheme. One factor I didn't like about this book is that the bullying Allen endured in the school was not even that bad.

Sales Tax: North Carolina: . 5%. 034941) Styple, William B. The Little Bugler: The True Story Of A Twelve-Year-Old Boy In The Civil War. Kearny, NJ: Belle Grove Publishing, 1998.

It concerns the true story of Gustav Schurmann, a four foot, seven inch tall, twelve-year-old boy from New York City who joins the 40th New York Regiment – the Mozart Regiment – along with his father in 1861. The father gets sick, is invalided out, and dies later on at home. He is present and under fire at a number of the early, Eastern Theater battles.

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Bugler Gustav Schurmann A.Wright began his Civil War service as a private in the Second Massachusetts Cavalry. He later served in the Forty-second Massachusetts Infantry and the Twenty-fourth .

Wright began his Civil War service as a private in the Second Massachusetts Cavalry. taking part in all matters of loca. cott Hendel.

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Details the career of one of the youngest Civil War soldiers
Comments (7)
Watikalate
This was an enjoyable book about what is often overlooked. The young boys who faced the same hardship and danger of being a soldier doing the civil war. His devotion to duty was as great as another other soldier and fulfilled a needed duty. I highly recommend this book
Pedora
Great read on a little known piece of history.
Gavigamand
An excellent true story about the Civil War and this little Bugler boy. A book you will probably read more than once, that's how good it is. Makes a great gift to your Civil War buff friends.
Gholbirdred
This was an excellent book, I grew up in Kearny & always love hearing about Gen Philip Kearny, had a teacher in Lincoln School named Mrs Kellerher who was the town historian & I remeber her telling us about the "Little Bugler" Looking forward to reading more books by this author

Greg H
Crazy
The book definitely covers the details well, but lacks the "I don't want to put it down" factor.

J Rastani
Flocton
The subject matter is indeed compelling, but the writing of this story is extremely dull. The first rule of writing is to SHOW your reader what's happening, and if you're lucky, you'll evoke emotions in your readers and they'll grow attached to your characters. In this book, Styple tells (instead of shows) and then proceeds to tell you how to feel at the same time. There is some incredible civil war literature out there, including Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier and The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All by Allan Gurganus. I recommend skipping this one, and reading another instead.
Puchock
This book was well written and told an unbelievable story about a young boy gone off to war. The story expressed the boy's bravery through times of pure horror in a descriptive and exciting style that will spark anyone's interest. Even those not into history will love the drama and suspense in this true story.. This is definately a book well worth reading.
There's a lot of Civil War fiction out there, but this is a true story, which makes it worth reading all the more. I recommend this book for those who want to learn about a real young man from the Civil War, his trials, and what he accomplished. The Little Bugler was a hero, and this book is a winner; a modern classic for young adults.