The following are a set of stories about Frank Hall serving as a chaplain for the 16th New York Volunteer Regiment during the American Civil War.

1. The Tangled Skein of History Continued, or Frank Hall Goes to War and Buys a Horse, Selected Civil War Letters: December 1862

Read some of Frank’s letter to his dear old wifey Fannie from his time during the Civil War.

2. The Tangled Skein of History Continued, or Frank Hall’s Impressions of War on the Eve of the Battle of Fredericksburg

Experience the Battle of Fredericksburg through Frank’s perspective- continued!!

3. “Wiz, Wiz, Wiz,” or, Frank Hall’s Account of the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 1862

This is the story of the Battle of Fredericksburg through Frank’s eyes.

4.  A “Most Solemn Spectacle,” or Comforting the Wounded at Fredericksburg

Read about the last days of the Battle of Fredeircksburg, a bloody battle indeed!

5.  “Well, go then quick,” or Frank and Zollicoffer Take a Midnight Ride

Learn more about the days following the Battle of Fredericksburg through the eyes of Frank Hall.

6. “God helped hubby greatly,” or The Culmination of Frank Hall’s Epic Letter to Fannie

Find out more about the Civil War in December 1862 through a chaplain’s perspective