Bootnecks' Scots in the Civil War
Here you will find Biographies of
Scotsmen and Women who fought and sometimes died for their adopted country.
This conflict was fought between the Confederate and Union sides, it pitted families against families, father against son, brother against brother. Not just Americans, but from the nations of the world as well
On November 15, 1864, Gen. Sherman cut out the back of Atlanta with 68,000 hard worn Yankees, he drove 'em down through Georgia to the sea. With hate in their hearts, they moved in a line, cutting a scar through God's Blessed country 50 miles wide. Burning, looting and gutting our land like vultures. They tore up the railroad tracks, they burnt the cotton and the gins, Lord, they made everybody suffer.
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