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Join me as I welcome authors of Footsteps of a Forgotten Soldier:  The Life and Times of David Carll.  Francis S. Carl and Denice Evans Sheppard are the descendants of David Carll, and they will share their latest book about David Carll’s fascinating and powerful American story.  Tune in to take a remarkable journey, in the footsteps of a forgotten soldier.  

At a time in American history when slavery was still practiced in many Southern states during the Civil War, thousands of free hard working black men from the state of New York answered the call of duty once a colored regiment had been authorized in the state of New York.  One such young man who answered the call was David Carll, from the town of Oyster Bay, New York. At the age of eighteen he would set out on a Journey that would take him from the small village where he was born and raised into the deep south behind Confederate enemy lines in South Carolina while assigned to the 26th United States Colored Troop Regiment. One hundred and fifty years after the Civil War ended, the story of this one soldier will be told by his descendants. Records compiled from the National Archives in Washington DC, as well as records from many other reliable sources including oral history from David Carll's grandchildren makes this story possible.  What was uncovered in the research was a remarkable story that seemed to rise up from the very soil David Carll stood on.  For more information about David Carll visit www.davidcarll.com

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