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1] D. H. Rowe [Co. A 15th Maine Regiment] to his brotherBolivar Heights Sept 11, 1862. He complains of excessive drilling, lack of whiskey, etc. 2] Samuel Bateman [an invalided soldier returned to his family in Coaldale, Ohio. To his cousinin rgw Army encamped at Clear Spring Md Oct 7, 1862 [4 pages patriotic stationary and cover. He discusses the war and his desire to return to the fight. 3] David Stephey [Co A 7th Regiment Maryland Volunteers]. He was killed in action at Petersburg June 18 1864. The letters is dated March 31, 1863 at Maryland Heights and is sent to a firend in Western Md. 3pp patritoic stationary in a plain stamped cover. Mentions of foraging and picket duty. He comments, "...we have some great times here especially when we get out where we can steal something." Includes also a typed rendition of the hand written letter. He enlisted at the age of 16.
Title: CIVIL WAR 3 UNION SOLDIER'S LETTERS 1862-1864 PATRIOTIC STATIONARY
Location Published: Various: 1862- 1864
Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket
Seller ID: 36746