The published book follows the rest of the story of the men of the 145th Volunteer Infantry Division in Pennsylvania

“Common Men at War for the Common Man: Book Two” by Vigil Salmon is set for a new marketing campaign

Erie, Pennsylvania.And the June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – In “Common Men at War for the Common Man: The Civil War of the USA History 145 Pennsylvania Volunteers from the Organization Up GettysburgFerrell Salmon It highlights some of the men’s lives before the war and then carries the reader through the experiences and triumphs of enlistment, jubilant farewells, and labor from Antietam until Gettysburg And losses, democracy and union are maintained by the actions of common men who have not always been given the best orders.

In “Common Men at War for the Common Man: Book Two” (published by Xlibris in June 2019), Salmon continues the rest of the story of the 145th Volunteer Pennsylvania Infantry, at least those who survived the cleanup at Antietam and the devastation in Fredericksburgand Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Letters, diaries, service, pension and medical records from the National Archives, reminiscences and historical texts fuse to tell the men’s stories in one of the regiment’s most comprehensive histories ever written.

“With the nation’s current predicaments about equal rights, this story should help people understand our heritage. The founders had a beautiful vision. A civil war had to be fought to start righting wrongs, a process that continues today, in the absence of the death of 600,000 young people American,” Salmon points out. “It is the story that the men’s words tell, and not so much that historians explain. The book includes dozens of photographs of the soldiers themselves which is a unique factor when compared with the numerous histories of the regiment from other units.”

When asked what readers would like to take away from the book, Salmon replied, “This history is personal, whether the reader has an ancestor at war or whether he is a new American. I want them to better understand what these great men and their husbands have done to make America the most special country.” in world history, and it is a trust that all citizens and newcomers must not take for granted. And that they understand the details of history better than the broad stroke of a school history book.” For more details about the book, please visit https://www.xlibris.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/701455-common-men-in-the-war-for-the-common-man

“Common Men at War for the Common Man: Book Two”
by Ferrell Salmon
hardcover | 6 x 9 inches | 1,160 pages | ISBN 9781796043990
Softcover | 6 x 9 inches | 1, 160 pages | ISBN 9781796044003
E-book | 1,160 pages | ISBN 9781796044010
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Dr. Ferrell Salmon She is studying in high school and college in Erie, Pennsylvaniabefore working as a high school administrator in Mentor, Ohiothen back to Erie, Pennsylvaniaas an assistant supervisor and finally a supervisor Millcreek Town School district. He is currently a farmer near his historic hometown Waterford Where are the youth? George Washington He ordered the French to leave British soil before they were born United State. Salmon and his wife Sandra have four children who have visited, and seven grandchildren who will surely visit the many points along the offering route for the regiment and their ancestors. Forever Educator, the author challenges readers to study the heritage of a great nation to better guide it into the future.

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