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Unidentified letter, 1864 May 4

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Abstract

Letter, 4 May 1864, from Union soldier William to his brother Eli, regarding a concentration of troops in Culpeper County, Virginia, thoughts on the war and General Grant, and his weariness with the war.

Bibliographic Citation

Unidentified letter, 1864 May 4. Accession 44358, Civil War 150 Legacy Project, The Library of Virginia, Richmond Va. 23219.

Provenance

Lent for scanning by Clark B. Hall