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1. Who were the First Minnesota Volunteers? Write a history of their service during the Civil War.

2. What was the First Battle of Bull Run? Who won it? What was its importance?

3. What was the significance of Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg?

4. Paulsen says that Charley continued to see action after being seriously wounded at Gettysburg. Why did the army send injured soldiers such as he back into combat during the Civil War?

5. Read Eastern Sun, Winter Moon, Paulsen's autobiography about his childhood. Write a book report of it and point out, if you can, elements in the autobiography that may have influenced Paulsen's point of view in Soldier's Heart.

6. "There was always a forest and always a meadow." What does this mean? How does it reflect on Civil War battles?

What does it say about how the battles were conducted?

7. Charley is drilled...

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