The Changing Henry

The Changing Henry
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  • Jim, would you run if the battle got bad?
  • Henry arrives at camp with the other soldiers.
  • Ma, I'm going to war, 'cause I really believe it's important. 
  • Oh Henry, please stay safe, and do what's right, but don't be a hero!
  • I would run if the other boys would. Otherwise, I would stay and fight strong. 
  • I am not meant for war.  I wish I was back home.  Hmm, Wilson sure is a loud soldier.
  • The forest is quiet, but the fight is still out there, and I need to get back.
  • Henry, I WAS MEANT FOR FIGHTING, LONG AND HARD!
  • I can't do this! We don't belong here! 
  • Henry gets caught up in the chaos of the Union soldiers after leaving brave Jim and the tattered soldier to die.
  • Henry meets up with the tattered soldier and JIm, after running to find the 304th regiment.
  • Jim... Jim let me help you!
  • Stop holding me back!
  • Ugghh...  Owww!  Uhhh, I don't feel so good...
  • Let me alone, I need to get to the bushes.
  • I've never seen anyone with such spirit. 
  • Back at camp they will probably laugh at me, but I will find food and shelter no matter the cost.
  • What if they find out that my red badge of courage is not from a heroic battle?
  • Henry, I thought you were dead!  I'll take care of you.
  • Wilson, I got shot in the head and got lost.
  • Wilson seems different.  He must have gained a mountain of wisdom. He is no longer a loud soldier.
  • Henry is fighting like a mad dog!  I am proud to see a soldier fighting so hard. 
  • Let's get the flag Wilson!
  • I will fight until our job is done, Lieutenant!
  • The rebels retreated and Henry reflects on his experiences.
  • Our regiment has completed its mission, but I am so confused! I feel joy and sadness. I feel strength and weakness.
  • Oh what I've done! Leaving those dying heroic soldiers, but I have grown.
  • Now that I have come to terms with what I've been through, I have my courage. My good friends Jim and Wilson, and the other soldiers have taught me well.
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