Letter from an unknown Union soldier, [location unknown], to unknown recipient, [location unknown], [date unknown]
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|Title:||Letter from an unknown Union soldier, [location unknown], to unknown recipient, [location unknown], [date unknown]|
A fragment of a letter written by an unknown Union soldier, describing his thoughts about the draft--"I think it is right for every man to help save his country"--, emancipation--"I am against freeing the Negro just as mutch [sic] as any person"--and the Battle of Gettysburg--"that was my forth [sic] of July". Very poorly written and virtually illegible in places
|Subjects:||letters (correspondence) | Soldiers--Correspondence | United States--Armed Forces | United States--History|
|Institution:||William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library|
|Contributors:||William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library (University of Alabama)|
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Union soldier Letter, William Stanley Hoole Special Collections Library
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