The Kimberlins go to War: A Union Family in Copperhead Country

Michael B. Murphy
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Covers close kin in Scott County, Indiana and the organization of the 23rd Indiana Regiment. Covers 5 young Kimberlin men, cousins and brothers. Using surviving letters, voices of the Kimberlin family– and their opinions about Copperheads and Butternuts, who may have just been against the war for the coming economic hit and fear of bloodshed. Find out what happened to these veterans and their families after the war. 

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