The Adventures of General Phil Sheridan
From Gettysburg to Cedar Creek

October 19 - 21, 2007

Our very own Private EJ Kuhlmann recently discovered that he was a direct descendant (by marriage) of the most pivotal Union leader at Cedar Creek...the General of the U.S. Cavarly, Phil Sheridan. So EJ and fellow Private, Bob Hutton, picked up 'Uncle Phil' in Gettysburg and drove him down to Cedar Creek so that he might relive his glory days. Not one to hold back his tongue, the ever irascible General endeared himself to the men with this frank commentary.

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The General's journey begins Bathing is for pansies! Now where's my coffee? at the banks of Cedar Creek The General and his caretakers Knew the man The men have gone soft! The General crashes a game of dice You must beat the men, Colonel! Apples and coffee I'll make soldiers of them yet!