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Phillip M. Bryant attended the University of New Mexico and earned his bachelor's degree in history and with a minor in American studies. He has been active in local New Mexico reenacting and on the national level is a member of the 23rd SNY as part of the Army of the Pacific, 1st Federal Division. He has been researching the American Civil War for over 25 years. His sources have included diary accounts, autobiographies, historical monographs and first-hand reports on the actions taken 150 ago published in the War of the Rebellion battle reports and War Department communications.
Phillip served 15 years in the Army, New Mexico National Guard, with the 44th Army Band in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The story was much too hard to follow, since it kept switching back and forth between the Union and the Rebels. Not my kind of book.Published 10 days ago by Geri Adams
This was an enjoyable look at the Battle through the eyes of common man!Published 10 days ago by Jack D Woods
Really felt like being there! I've seen so many Civil War movies and TV shows, and this made me feel like I was really walking in those fields, now more than 150 years ago. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Gwen Sandford
I did not enjoy reading this book and have never finished it. It was too detailed and I couldn't keep up with who was telling the story.Published 11 days ago by craddockbragg
Author paints some parts at Shiloh very tenderly, but switches some characters to German, and he loses those of us who don't have the foggiest idea about what they are saying in... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Barry W. Venables