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After three months in Washington, the Dauphin County Regiment was at last headed south. Resentment in the ranks at the last-minute transfer had been replaced by enthusiasm for the coming battle. At last, the men were to see the fight they had enlisted to join. [excerpt]
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Lavery, Kevin P., "Folly at Fredericksburg: A Wound to the Pride of the 127th PA" (2014). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 42.