In the letter Cadenhead explains that he is sick in the hospital but will soon rejoin his unit at Chattanooga. He mentions that he has spent part of his pay on food, but adds that he has had plenty of meat, bread, rice, coffee, syrup, and "good...
From November 1863 through the end of the Civil War, Bolling Hall, Jr., was colonel of the 59th Alabama Infantry regiment. In the letter he reports that his brother, James, is safe (he had been reported dead). He also discusses difficulties he is...
During the Civil War, Riggs served in Company G of the 27th Mississippi Infantry Regiment. In the letter he explains that his health has improved and that he will soon be leaving to rejoin his company. He mentions clothing that was distributed to...
From November 1863 through the end of the Civil War, Bolling Hall, Jr., was colonel of the 59th Alabama Infantry regiment. In the letter he discusses his efforts to rejoin his brothers and regiment, after recuperating from a battle wound: "It is...
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