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Encampment: A Novel of Race and Reconciliation
In 1913, 54,000 veterans from both sides of the Civil War gathered in Gettysburg for a reunion to see if the blue and the gray could bind up the wounds and make peace. This novel imagines what might have happened if 5,000 blacks had attended the reunion as well. One of the three main characters is Calvin Salisbury from Rutland, Vermont and 25% of the story takes place in Rutland.
371 pp. 2009 P $14.95