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He fought at some of the Civil War’s greatest battles during the next few years, including the clashes at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg. After the war, he retired from the military at the rank of major general. Despite his brave performance during the Civil War, however, Doubleday remains best known as the “inventor” of the all-American game of baseball. What happened next . . The Union and the Confederacy spent the first part of the summer of 1861 training and outfitting their ever-growing armies.

Father told her and she began to cry. “Oh my poor children in the South! Now they will suffer! God knows how they will suffer! I knew it would come! ” “They can come here and stay,” said Father. “No they will not do that. [The South] is their home. There they will stay. ” She and mother were crying and I lit out for the barn. I do hate to see women cry. We had another meeting at the school house last night; we are raising money to take care of the families of those who enlist. A good many gave money, others subscribed.

He had not learned to generalize, and to take enlarged views. ” But Tom, as we see, being a poor, ignorant fellow, whose reading had been confined entirely to the New Testament, could not comfort and solace himself with views like these. His very soul bled within him for what seemed to him the wrongs of the poor suffering thing that lay like a crushed reed on the boxes; the feeling, living, bleeding, yet immortal thing, which American state law coolly classes with the bundles, and bales, and boxes, among which she is lying.

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