FROM FARB TO PARD by Kip Grunska
A story of Civil War Reenactment

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Down the road a person goes early on a Friday morning. He is dressed in a blue woolen uniform that is getting rather warm in the summer air. He stops for gasoline and is asked if he is going to be in a movie. He replies, "That he is off to fight the 133rd battle of Valle Verde." This man is known as a Civil War reenactor and lives for this adventure no matter where the location and state. This is a very fast growing hobby and hundreds make up the fighting men and while thousands of people watch and get thrilled.

About Kip Grunska

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Grunska has worked for the prison system for 14 years and has an indepth knowledge of what happens during a shift and a work assignment. He has now left the prisons behind him.
Published January 23, 2003 by iUniverse. 248 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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