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Nasser, Crvzr, merci beaucoup! :)
Meilleures salutations, May
If you didn't need to turn there would be no need for a turning basin, I suppose--the brick structures are of course modern and educationally functional, so they do not excite the same curiosity. I guess I need to be there.
So the canal is to the rear? Why would you unlade tobacco at any point on its way to being shipped out, whether to the North or to Europe?
Certainly none of the trees in the photograph were standing during the Civil War. It was a tremendous army and it would have taken a tremendous toll on every resource. I will not pretend to have a good background in logistics. But Joe Martin's observation about barns must be applicable to any structure that could provide shelter through a Virginia winter--and whether the Yankees were so sentimental about their horses as to shelter them if the soldiers themselves were freezing is an interesting question. You bet the pews were chopped up.
Thank you Thiago.
Thank you DW.
Thank you Palaemon and Corey!
Thank you Sayo!