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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to brother and sister, 1863 May 11

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Scope and Contents Written from "Camp Near Hamilton's Crossing" after the Battle of Chancellorsville. The letter regards the death of Stonewall Jackson. Myers served as a Sergeant with the 33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment.

Letter to Ellen J. Ervine, 1861 June 18

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Scope and Contents Written from camp in Berkeley County, West Virginia. Primary topics are troop movements, value of horses, camp life, helpfulness of civilians in providing food and water, and family news.

Letter to Martha E. McCoy, 1864 March 11

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Scope and Contents Written from Orange County, Virginia. Letter regards his health and the Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid.

Letter to Martha E. McCoy, 1864 January 16

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Scope and Contents Written from Orange County, Virginia. Letter regards family matters and goods sent to him from family members. Letter consists of two pages with the remainder missing.

Letter to Martha E. McCoy, 1863 October 25

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Scope and Contents Written from Culpepper County, Virginia. Letter regards his health and family matters.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1862 April 15

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Scope and Contents Written from St. Peter's Church, Lowndes County, Alabama. Letter regards Charles A. Derby's election as Captain of the Militia of Benton.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1862 July 15

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Scope and Contents Written from "camp near Falling Creek, Chesterfield," Virginia. Letter regards family matters and a discussion of wartime devastation.

Letter to Mary Derby Stancell, 1862 May 27

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Scope and Contents Written from Benton, Alabama. Letter regards Charles A. Derby's election as Lieutenant Colonel of the 44th Alabama Infantry.

Letter to sisters, 1862 June 10

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Scope and Contents Written from Tupelo, Mississippi. Letter regards John R. Hurley's health, the health of some of his fellow soldiers, and personal matters.

Letter to sisters, 1863 March 11

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Scope and Contents Written from Shelbyville, Tennessee. Letter regards John R. Hurley's health and life at camp.