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Saranac Lake: The Civil War, 1863

April 28, 2012
By HOWARD RILEY (hjriley@adelphia.net) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

This is the second column about Milo Miller and Henry Wells going off to join the Army in the summer of 1863. They reported to Plattsburgh, a two-day stage trip, went through a formal enlistment ceremony and received $300 sign up pay; then they were given 10 days leave to go home and take care of any unfinished business.

 
 

 

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