Civil War Winter Camps: December 1862-April 1863, Part I

The Army of the Potomac went into camp shortly after the disastrous battle of Fredericksburg. The enlisted men managed to remain relatively comfortable through that winter of 1862-1863. We recreate a typical camp to better understand their experiences. First part…

Civil War Winter Camps: December 1862-April 1863, Part I

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The Army of the Potomac went into camp shortly after the disastrous battle of Fredericksburg. The enlisted men managed to remain relatively comfortable through that winter of 1862-1863. We recreate a typical camp to better understand their experiences.

First part of a series to run through April 2021 covering the experiences of four months spent in an army winter camp of the Civil War. Part II will be released in December.

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