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Joby is woken up by a cherry blossom that fell on his drum but he was afraid of the battle that was going to take place the next day.
A general comes up to Joby and tells him to not be afraid of what will happen the next day in the war.
The general tells Joby he's the heart of the army and that his part in the battle is very important.
Joby feels a little more confident and encouraged enough for the war that'll happen tomorrow and he lets the cherry blossoms fall on his drum symbolizing him accepting the war.
During the battle, Joby proudly beats his drums, trying his best to beat every beat and to look out for injured soldiers.
In the end, Joby survived the battle, so his story as "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh" would carry on and be known.
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