McCondichie will furnish the land, stock, and half the necessary feed and supplies; he will advance the family provisions and the rest of the supplies, to be repaid at the end of the year: "We [the Moores] further agree to give the party of the...
In the letter John describes his regiment's hike from the front lines to the German city where the men are now stationed. He also gives details about accommodations, entertainment, and daily military activities; all is comfortable and safe but also...
The passages describe the lives and contributions of three freedmen of the Rapier family. John H. Rapier, Jr., was a physician at the Freedmen's Hospital in Washington, D.C. John H. Rapier, Sr., a barber in Florence, Alabama, served as a voter...
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