Crossroads Greatest Hits: July 2, 1863 Remembered

Not everything at Crossroads is serious … although this take on William Faulkner was more than fun.

2 thoughts on “Crossroads Greatest Hits: July 2, 1863 Remembered

  1. bob carey June 22, 2015 / 4:00 am

    The post is pretty funny. I often wonder as to why, with all the literature written about Little Round Top, there is very little mentioned on the 2 regiments that held the middle of Vincents’ line. Afterall the 44th N.Y. has the largest regimental monument of the field they must have done something to deserve such an honor.

  2. John Foskett June 22, 2015 / 10:11 am

    That was danged good.. You’re an Intruder on the Dust (Jacket). 🙂

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