Chamberlain led his troops to the
west through terrible heat.
He gets a heat stroke and becomes
Chamberlain is still sick from his heat
He is throwing up and is dehydrated and
needs to rest
He keeps marching on with his soldiers.
Sergeant Tozier tells Chamberlain to get
back on his horse and start acting like an
officer, not a soldier.
Music is playing while they march
Chamberlain and a man from 2nd Maine
discuss a number of things.
How smallpox kept 20th Maine from
fighting at Chancellorsville.
He wonders what the point of marching
And just life in the army.
He then starts thinking about his
And how she wanted him to
become a preacher.
He also thinks about the winters in
Maine. He becomes homesick.