Along the historic highway that stretches from Thomas Jefferson’s home, near Charlottesville, Va., to the national cemetery at Gettysburg, Pa., a small group has spent the past two years literally laying the groundwork to plant a tree for every one of the dead.
Twenty Enfields — the second most widely used infantry weapon in the Civil War after the Springfield — are being conserved by the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, which acquired the guns from South Carolina.
I do believe that is our own Corporal Schatz listed as a “shirker” in this article found by Kevin Carl. At least John is “reading” the Good Book!
Here’s a link to the article: Lee Takes Command
Found this video on the 7th PA Reserves’ Facebook page. It mixes video from both events.