The Karrick-Parks House in Perryville was used as a hospital to treat the wounded after the Battle of Perryville. Harriet Karrick, a widow who lived there with eight children, left before the battle. She returned a few days later to find her fence burned, her well almost dry and soldiers everywhere.
The Karrick-Parks House in Perryville was used as a hospital to treat the wounded after the Battle of Perryville. Harriet Karrick, a widow who lived there with eight children, left before the battle. She returned a few days later to find her fence burned, her well almost dry and soldiers everywhere.
The Karrick-Parks House in Perryville was used as a hospital to treat the wounded after the Battle of Perryville. Harriet Karrick, a widow who lived there with eight children, left before the battle. She returned a few days later to find her fence burned, her well almost dry and soldiers everywhere.

Danville author tells about his book on the Battle of Perryville

June 17, 2012 08:55 PM

UPDATED June 18, 2012 06:06 AM

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