Amen, fellows. People at Manassas had every right to complain, drop out, etc. I honestly don't have memories of large portions of my 2 days at the event, but I have the photos and the sweat-stained frock to prove I was there!
Originally Posted by Ross L. Lamoreaux
I am glad that this wasn't a redux of The Unfinished Civil War, and I wish those who worked on this one all the best. How did they handle the "hardcore" and "mainstream" issues on the show? (I don't get NatGeo.)
Shaun C. Grenan
"(The Fire Zouaves) were in a pretty complete state of donít care a d--n, modified by an affectionate and respectful deference to their Colonel.Ē - John Hay, 1861
" ' Ellsworth! Remember Ellsworth!' was the chorused battle-cry with us all, and at each shout horsemen would fall from their horses, victims upon our altar of vengeance." -Member of Co, B, 1st NY Fire Zouaves, NY Leader, July 23, 1861.