United States--Army--Military life
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85140665
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Collection — Box 90
Scope and Contents Four letters to his Aunt Mary Howard in Escott, Ontario and one to his parents in New York. Discusses camp life and the activities of his regiment and the Confederate army in Virginia where they are camped. Discusses the battles of Fair Oaks and Harrison's Landing. Several references to General McClellan and states he could fill "a dozen sheets...on the subject" of "General McClellan's mysterious movements". Writes of the order for regimental bands to be mustered out and his hope to be home...
Dates: Created: April - July 1862