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Date Posted: 20:59:30 02/04/07 Sun
Author: Doug Cooper
Subject: Re: Preservation Booklet for Fort DeRussy
In reply to: That Silas 's message, "Preservation Booklet for Fort DeRussy" on 08:40:18 02/04/07 Sun

If you have never seen one of these booklets Silas puts together, you ought to. They are very similar to the endless small versions of Gilhams, Hardee's, etc, that were produced during the war for various organizations to prepare the soldiers.

Its all exactly as it comes from the period manuals, and is a great boon to studying up.

The fact that he does it all for preservation is pretty cool.


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  • Re: Preservation Booklet for Fort DeRussy -- Patrick Reardon, 11:32:03 02/05/07 Mon

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