How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion


Read by Arnold

(4.8 stars; 19 reviews)

A series of U.S. Civil War adventures or incidents experienced and enhanced (or created) by humorist George W. Peck. Peck was at times a writer, newspaper publisher and politician. He had a wry sense of humor and sympathy for underdogs. ( Arnold Banner) (9 hr 12 min)

Chapters

The War Literature of the “Century” is very Confusing 17:25 Read by Arnold
I Am Rudely Awakened from Dreams of Home 25:10 Read by Arnold
I Describe a Deadly Encounter 20:30 Read by Arnold
I Yearn for a Furlough 24:43 Read by Arnold
The Funeral of the Colored Cook 24:53 Read by Arnold
I Capture “Jeff” 26:15 Read by Arnold
“Boots and Saddles” 22:29 Read by Arnold
Three Days Without Food! 27:54 Read by Arnold
Bacon and Hard-tack 26:38 Read by Arnold
Yearnings for Military Fame 23:31 Read by Arnold
I am Detailed to Build a Bridge 20:55 Read by Arnold
I am Instructed to Capture and Search a Female Smuggler 27:06 Read by Arnold
The Female Smuggler Episode Makes Me Famous 17:08 Read by Arnold
Military Attire 18:44 Read by Arnold
My Experience as a Sick Man 20:53 Read by Arnold
My Varied Experiences in the Hospital 19:42 Read by Arnold
Thanksgiving Dinner with the “Rebel Angel” 16:20 Read by Arnold
My Sickness and Hospital Experiences Have Spoiled Me for a Soldier 18:44 Read by Arnold
I am Detailed to Drive a Six-Mule Team 18:24 Read by Arnold
I Demonstrate that Gambling Does Not Pay 16:57 Read by Arnold
I Go on a Scouting Expedition 22:31 Read by Arnold
The Spotted Horse 14:46 Read by Arnold
Tells How the Chaplain was Paralyzed by the Spotted Circus-Horse 15:42 Read by Arnold
Mingled Reminiscences 18:28 Read by Arnold
Our Party of Recruits own the Earth 17:08 Read by Arnold
I Strike Another Soft-Snap, Which is Harder Than Any Snap Heretofore 15:01 Read by Arnold
A Short Story About a Pair of Boots, Showing the Monumental Gall of their Owner. 14:48 Read by Arnold

Reviews

Great!!

(5 stars)

The best Civil War read ever and a great narrator.