Interview with Jeremiah Handley

Interview question 1

Jeremiah, when you chose to _enlist close to home and fight for the union__,
what caused you to make that choice?

I chose to fight for the Union because I felt that the slaves situation was really bad. They were all treated badly by their owners and that is why they ran away. I want to make their bad situation better.




Interview question 2

Jeremiah, looking back what is something in your life that you are proud or
happy about?

I'm proud that I was able to take care of my mother and run the farm successfully even though I needed some help.



Interview question 3

Jeremiah, what is one thing about your life you wish had been different?

I wish that my brother James didn't join the Confederacy. I don't like the idea that I have to fight against my own brother.



Interview question 4 (Look back at the italicized section at your "ending")

Jeremiah, __did you ever find out what happened to your brother____?

Ask a question that makes Jeremiah talk about one of the issues brought

up at the end of the story you chose to create.

I never found out where my brother was even after the end of the war. I looked for him but I found no traces whatsoever. I hope that he survived the war but I don't have any proof of that.

Photo Prompt- Morning

This is how our tents look like after we woke up and made our beds. The sleeping conditions are terrible here!

Bass, Jeffrey. "Union Tents." Flickr. Flickr, n.d. Web. 22 Apr. 2014.
<https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreybass/3918276826/>.