Angelo M. Crapsey. Young, handsome, and ready for anything.
Angelo's father, the Rev. John Crapsey Jr. (Courtesy Raymond Handy.)
Angelo's friend, Laroy Lyman.
A sheepish-looking Angelo. Probably taken at Harrisburg, 1861.
Angelo's map of Dranesville.
Letter from Angelo to his friend, Laroy.
Letter from Angelo to his friend, Laroy Lyman.
Sgt. Crapsey at Camp Parole, battle-hardened, depressed and psychotic.
Angelo's grave near Roulette, PA.
Executive produced by James Gandolfini, this film explores combat and post-traumatic stress from the Civil War to today.