xx+275pp. Illus. in text. In the fall of 1862, when he was barely 17-years-old, Andrew Brayman, the oldest son of Mary and Louis, left their farm to enlist as a private in the 36th Iowa Volunteers. A year later his brother Barney became a cavalryman in the Eighth Iowa Company. Their only monument after the war was a small obelisk in a tiny graveyard near their home. Their parents had to sell the farm which they could not manage without the boys' help. A century later Mary Davies came across...(cont)
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