Both of these articles were about Wes Moore. However, this is where the similarities between the two articles, and the two Wes Moores, stop.
April 7, Shiloh Tenn. Mortally wounded at the Battle of Shiloh on April 6, Mason, dated ShilohSunday evening, April 27, Porterfield and Both [should be spelled Booth] and friends are nearly crazy with their loss.
I truly sympathize with them and hope no more of my boys will have to be sacrificed upon the alter of liberty. But God himself only knows what is in store for us.
Some of my boys are very sick. I have two quite sick. Corporals Dougherty and Clindinst; each with camp fever. I hope they will get along.
There are now many Regiments in our advance. The pickets are having frequent bouts with the enemy's pickets. We formed and marched down the Corinth road to the bridge. Before getting my men fairly deployed the enemy were in rouse we were ordered to fall back this side of creek points G.
Many of my boys were wounded on this very ground. Wendlan and Davis, I think of now. A battery of 4 guns answered the enemy's fire and we were ordered to form in head of gully and sustain the battery which we did.
Our 40 rounds were expended and we got more and we have not run yet. The enemy crossed the creek three times and was repulsed each time. The flag bearer was killed at F.
They then broke and their left wing filed up the new road, giving us a fire which compelled us to retire to a line represented thus '''''. The 77th OVI in the middle facing south - sketch of the map not shown here in this database] The small line the fragment of the 77th Reg.
Again we fell back some distance and supported Batterys the balance of the day. Thus ended our Sunday fight. When receiving the order N. I was on picket the night before and some of Sunday. My boys were fired on about 12 Saturday noon. Saturday morning plainly heard the enemy beating their drums on the road to Corinth all of which was duly reported and no notice taken of it, it being considered an absurdity that we would be attacked by the rebels, but you may be assured that the men of my company had but little sleep that night.
Nevertheless as a body the Union troops were surprised. We fought well, but as of yet, have not received the credit due us. Some body has murder on their hands.death of aged citizen occurred this morning (30 dec ) David N.
Kinkead, one of the oldest and most highly respected residents of the county, after an illness of some duration, due to the infimities incident to old age, passed away this morning at the residence of his son, D M.
Kinkead at Nineteenth Street. Rubber Stamp – “Social Security Building Baltimore 35 Maryland” Employee Social Security Record for Henry E. Pitts Oakland Tribune, “Private Pensions Urged For Security of Aged” Newspaper – Weekly World News, July 11, “Secret Plot to End Social Security”.
The Other Wes Moore begins in late , where the Baltimore Sun published two articles. Both of these articles were about Wes Moore. However, this is where the similarities between the two articles, and the two Wes Moores, stop.
Much about the Great Depression, from precarious employment, tent cities, and poorhouses to speakeasies, fancy cars, and shiny skyscrapers (not to mention baseball and boxing) will become vivid and memorable as experienced by Deza.
The plot of the epic poem Beowulf and the film The 13 th Warrior differ greatly compared to each other.
In Beowulf the main character, Beowulf set sail to the Danes land in order to defeat a monster named Grendel. In the film, the character that represents Beowulf, Buliwuf, sets out to defeat a race, not a single monster and its mother, the race of Wendols. The Boy on the Wooden Box is a book not to be missed.
It is recommended for middle grade readers and I think that is appropriate for this book. It is recommended for middle grade readers and I think that is appropriate for this book.