(1) A young Quaker farmer from Pennsylvania makes a choice to contradict his pacifist upbringing and fight in the Civil War to end the horror of slavery. His idealistic life leads to an experience as a prisoner-of-war in the pain and despair of a Confederate prison camp. (2) In a traditional ranch in northern Iran, a cow loses her calf. The galeshes (Iranian cowboys) follow a time-honored technique, placing the skin of the dead calf on the body of another calf, to prevent the cow’s milk from drying up.

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Web links:

Andersonville Prison (Wikipedia)

Documentation of the language and lifestyle of the Galesh (Endangered Languages Archive)

History of the Andersonville Prison (National Park Service)

Passmore Williamson Hoopes (Ancestry)

When Tradition Meets Modernity : Five Life Stories from the Galesh Community in Ziarat, Golestan, Iran (Semantic Scholar)