Regiment Band of the Twenty-Sixth North Carolina

Julius Leinbach; Edited by Donald M. McCorkle

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Regiment Band of the Twenty-Sixth North Carolina

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An account of the battle of Gettysburg by Julius Leinbach, a Moravian musician in the 26th NC Regiment Band; Edited by Donald M. McCorkle
Reprinted from Civil War History, September 1958

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Julius Leinbach; Edited by Donald M. McCorkle
Reprinted from Civil War History, September 1958

Julius Leinbach, from Salem, NC, was a musician in the 26th NC Regiment Band, and served for most of the wartime. He leaves us a dramatic and colorfully detailed account of what occurred in battle and behind the scenes during the battle of Gettysburg.

“…our playing had been heard across the lines…  Some little while after we left, a bomb struck and exploded very close to the place where we had been standing, no doubt having been intended for us.”

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