|Plot Summary of Fathers, Sons, and Brothers, Book One|
|"The Civil War has been on for over a year. Nathan marries his sweetheart Sarah on the 27th, then volunteers to fight for the Union on July 28th. He musters in volunteers for the Maine State Militia, and by mid-August, they are on the way to the battle front . . . leaving their loved ones behind to fight the good fight. Bravery, Courage, Honor, and Valor in the Twentieth Maine Regiment. Some thought it would be an adventure . . . most found it a living nightmare."
James 'Gus' Filegar, Resident Scholar
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|Review Analysis of Fathers, Sons, and Brothers, Book One|
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- Mostly serious with occasional humor
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- 8 ()
- Deep South
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- moderately detailed references to deaths
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