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Virginia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Lucy Coleman, 1863 February 25

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Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll11/id/993

Letter to sister, 1862 January 4

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Scope and Contents Written from "Camp near Manassas," Virginia. Letter regards daily life in camp.

Letter to sister, 1863 December 3

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Scope and Contents Written from camp near Lewisburg. Letter regards heavy losses in battle, a "visit to the Yankees," and family news.

Letter to sister, January 5

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Scope and Contents Written from "Camp near Lewisburg." Letter regards troop movements to avoid the enemy, James A. Harden's health, and a potential visit at the end of the month.

Letter to sister, 1964 May 19

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Scope and Contents Written from Staunton, Virginia. Letter regards troop movement to meet General Lee's army.

Letter to sister, 1864 July 22

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Scope and Contents Written from near Strasburg, Virginia. Letter regards a fight at Snickers Ferry on July 18, 1864 and a decline in mood.

Letter to sister, 1864 July 27

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Scope and Contents Written from "near" Martinsburg, Virginia. Letter regards current troop movements, engagement with the enemy, and personal matters.

Letter to sister, 1864 August 18

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Scope and Contents Written from "near" Winchester, Virginia. Letter regards recent engagement with the enemy, desire to send money home, and personal matters.

Letter to sister, 1861 October 3

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Scope and Contents Written from "Camp at Rich Hill on Big Sewell Mountain," Virginia. Letter regards daily life in the 36th Virginia Infantry Regiment, including troop movements and enemy locations.

Letter to sister, 1864 May 26

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Scope and Contents Written from headquarters, 23rd Virginia Battalion. Letter mentions that James A. Harden is "right side up with care" and that they "have plenty of men & they are in fine spirits."