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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
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Where Valor Proudly Sleeps

Where Valor Proudly Sleeps

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Leslie W. Salsbury was born and raised in Philadelphia Pa. After fi nishing
high school he moved to Bucks County where he lived and worked until 2000.
He now lives in Lambertville Hunterdon County NJ with his wife of thirty fi ve
years. He is the father of six daughters, two foster sons, and seven grandchildren.
Salsbury is an Eagle Scout and a descendant -member of The Sons of the American
Revolution, The General Society of the War of 1812, The Sons of Union Veterans
of the Civil War, and The Sons of the American Legion 1917 and 1945. His love
of history is brought alive in his hobbies as a volunteer at The Holcombe-Jimison
Farmstead Museum in NJ. And on the S.S. John W. Brown, one of two, surviving
Liberty Ships from World War Two where he has logged over fi fteen hundred
miles at sea. Les served an apprenticeship as a Steamfi tter in Philadelphia and a
journeyman for thirty-two years before his retirement. Salsbury”s ancestors came
to America in the 1600s from England and after years of investigating his linage
was inspired to become a living historian of The American Civil War. Leslie serves
as the Principle Musician in The United States Volunteers where he works with
fi fers and drummers to recreate the fi eld music of the Civil War. Another one of
his loves is making trips to Africa where he works at a mission in Kenya.
Leslie W. Salsbury was born and raised in Philadelphia Pa. After fi nishing
high school he moved to Bucks County where he lived and worked until 2000.
He now lives in Lambertville Hunterdon County NJ with his wife of thirty fi ve
years. He is the father of six daughters, two foster sons, and seven grandchildren.
Salsbury is an Eagle Scout and a descendant -member of The Sons of the American
Revolution, The General Society of the War of 1812, The Sons of Union Veterans
of the Civil War, and The Sons of the American Legion 1917 and 1945. His love
of history is brought alive in his hobbies as a volunteer at The Holcombe-Jimison
Farmstead Museum in NJ. And on the S.S. John W. Brown, one of two, surviving
Liberty Ships from World War Two where he has logged over fi fteen hundred
miles at sea. Les served an apprenticeship as a Steamfi tter in Philadelphia and a
journeyman for thirty-two years before his retirement. Salsbury”s ancestors came
to America in the 1600s from England and after years of investigating his linage
was inspired to become a living historian of The American Civil War. Leslie serves
as the Principle Musician in The United States Volunteers where he works with
fi fers and drummers to recreate the fi eld music of the Civil War. Another one of
his loves is making trips to Africa where he works at a mission in Kenya.

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