How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion

George Wilbur PECK (1840 - 1916)

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)

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction, Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The War Literature of the “Century” is very Confusing Arnold
00:17:25
Play 02 I Am Rudely Awakened from Dreams of Home Arnold
00:25:10
Play 03 I Describe a Deadly Encounter Arnold
00:20:30
Play 04 I Yearn for a Furlough Arnold
00:24:43
Play 05 The Funeral of the Colored Cook Arnold
00:24:53
Play 06 I Capture “Jeff” Arnold
00:26:15
Play 07 “Boots and Saddles” Arnold
00:22:29
Play 08 Three Days Without Food! Arnold
00:27:54
Play 09 Bacon and Hard-tack Arnold
00:26:38
Play 10 Yearnings for Military Fame Arnold
00:23:31
Play 11 I am Detailed to Build a Bridge Arnold
00:20:55
Play 12 I am Instructed to Capture and Search a Female Smuggler Arnold
00:27:06
Play 13 The Female Smuggler Episode Makes Me Famous Arnold
00:17:08
Play 14 Military Attire Arnold
00:18:44
Play 15 My Experience as a Sick Man Arnold
00:20:53
Play 16 My Varied Experiences in the Hospital Arnold
00:19:42
Play 17 Thanksgiving Dinner with the “Rebel Angel” Arnold
00:16:20
Play 18 My Sickness and Hospital Experiences Have Spoiled Me for a Soldier Arnold
00:18:44
Play 19 I am Detailed to Drive a Six-Mule Team Arnold
00:18:24
Play 20 I Demonstrate that Gambling Does Not Pay Arnold
00:16:57
Play 21 I Go on a Scouting Expedition Arnold
00:22:31
Play 22 The Spotted Horse Arnold
00:14:46
Play 23 Tells How the Chaplain was Paralyzed by the Spotted Circus-Horse Arnold
00:15:42
Play 24 Mingled Reminiscences Arnold
00:18:28
Play 25 Our Party of Recruits own the Earth Arnold
00:17:08
Play 26 I Strike Another Soft-Snap, Which is Harder Than Any Snap Heretofore Arnold
00:15:01
Play 27 A Short Story About a Pair of Boots, Showing the Monumental Gall of their Owner. Arnold
00:14:48