A reflection on Shiloh and Passover

TEEGARDEN: FROM THE PAST WE SHALL (HOPEFULLY) LEARN The two-day Civil War Battle of Shiloh, sometimes referred to as the “Battle of Pittsburgh Landing,” began in the predawn hours of Sunday, April 6, 1862, when Confederate General Albert Sydney Johnston’s army rushed out of the dense woods upon the more or less unsuspecting Union army […]

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