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CHAPTER I. The War Literature of the "Century" is very Confusing-I am Resolved to tell the True Story of the War-How and Why I Became a Raw Recruit-My Quarters-My Horse-My First Ride. How was I going to prevent themfrom having a southern confederacy, by riding an old rack of bones of ahorse, that would reach his nose around every little while and chew mylegs? If the recruiting officer who inveigled me into the army hadcome along then, his widow would now be drawing a pension.
Home George W. Peck How Private George W. Peck Put Down the . Peck Put Down the Rebellion. How private george w p. .I picked out six men, four of whom were young Americans, ratherhandsome, and very polite, regular mashers. Then I had an Irishman named Duffy, and a German named Holzmeyer, whowas a butcher. At home, I was a polite man, and full offun, a person any lady might be proud to meet and talk with, but here Iwas expected to do something, for thirteen dollars a month, to put downthe rebellion, which there was not money enough in the whole stateof Wisconsin to hire me to do. Was it such a crime to carry a littlequinine to a sick friend?
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Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion - or, The Funny Experiences of a Raw Recruit. 0365243647 (ISBN13: 9780365243649). George Wilbur Peck was an American writer, politician, and the 17th Governor of Wisconsin. He founded newspapers in Ripon and La Crosse, Wisconsin. The latter weekly newspaper contained Peck's humorous writings, including his famous "Peck's Bad Boy" stories. Books by George W.
How Private Peck Put Down the Rebellion: Or the Funny Experiences of a Raw Recruit" By George W. Peck With Foreword . After the American Civil War ended, George W. Peck (1840–1916) became a newspaper publisher. Peck With Foreword by Don Allison Photographs, artwork, table of contents. Reprint of an 1887 work by George W. Peck, with new photographs and new foreword by journalist Don Allison that includes biographical information on the author. His weekly newspaper, "Peck's Sun," contained Peck's humorous writings, including his famous l "Peck's Bad Boy" stories. Peck died in 1916 at age 75, but his writing continued to win fans for years.
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