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Soldier of the Moment:
Smith, George H.
Full Name: Smith, George H.
Home State: Pennsylvania
Allegiance: Union
Unit/Service Branch: 84th Infantry
Bio: Sergeant George. H. Smith, 84th Regiment, Co. B Pe...

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Soldiers on both sides spent much of their time in camp. Some military campaigns followed seasonal changes-battle in the spring and summer, camp in the fall and winter. Daily life in camp included drills and other military duties. Although soldiers complained of endless work and boredom, camp life also provided an opportunity to form friendships, reflect on loved ones at home, enjoy moments of recreation, and engage in spiritual renewal.

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