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<p>May: “One of the boys in a letter … <p>May: “One of the boys in a letter home vividly describes a hailstorm . . . ‘one day we had a regular hailstorm . . . The boys were out playing ball when it commenced sprinkling, and they thought it wasn’t going to be much of a shower, they kept right on playing, when all of a sudden came the [hail] stones, and the boys put for their tents . . . Queer weather here!’”</p>
<p>July 4: “Some of the officers played baseball and drill was neglected.”</p>
<p>Alfred S. Roe, <span style="text-decoration: underline;">The Twenty-Fourth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, 1861-1866</span> (Twenty-Fourth Veteran Association, Worcester, 1907), pages 112 and 135. Accessed on Google books 6/2/09 via “twenty-fourth regiment” search. The regiment’s officers were mostly from Boston. The regiment, organized at Readville, 10 miles SW of Boston, and was at Seabrook Island SC on these dates.</p> abrook Island SC on these dates.</p>