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Civil War ‘survivor’ remembered

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James Cutbush wasn’t even a U.S. citizen when he signed up for the Union Army. But after what the young Englishman experienced during the Civil War, he more than earned the right to call himself an American. He arrived in rural Saratoga County in 1858, at age 18. After the South seceded and war broke out, Cutbush enlisted in 1862 in the New York 125th Infantry Regiment. Cutbush would go on to fight at Gettysburg ...

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