Civil War Institute
Union veterans returning home from the war in 1865 faced a myriad of experiences and reacted to the return to civilian life in a variety of ways. Richard D. Dunphy and Lewis A. Horton, both double-arm amputee veterans of the Navy, ably demonstrate the differences in experience and reaction to the war and life afterwards. [excerpt]
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Johnson, S. Marianne and Lavery, Kevin P., "“Home Again”: The Contrasting Experiences of Richard D. Dunphy and Lewis A. Horton" (2013). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 1.