Letter from Frederick Willard to Frederick and Cynthia Bush dated March 30, 1863. In this letter, he discusses his health, his opinions on slavery and Copperheads, and the status of his regiment.
American Civil War; Frederick Willard; Willard, Frederick; Frederick E. Bush;Bush, Frederick E.; Cynthia (Willard) Bush; Bush, Cynthia (Willard); 160th New York Infantry; One Hundred and Sixtieth New York Infantry; Sergeant; jaundice; illness;...
Letter from Henry Albert Potter to his sister, Amelia Potter, dated March 30, 1863. In this letter, he describes the status of family and friends serving on the front, his health, and his outlook on being killed.
American Civil War; Henry Albert Potter; Potter, Henry Albert; Amelia Potter; Potter, Amelia; 4th Michigan Cavalry; Fourth Michigan Cavalry; Murfreesboro (Tenn.); Second Lieutenant; Commissioned Officer; death
Letter from Alphonso Crane to his father, William Crane, dated March 30, 1863. In this letter, he discusses the status of his regiment, his impressions of Louisville, the camp, spies, and visiting Harpers Ferry.
American Civil War; Alphonso D. Crane; Crane, Alphonso D.; William Crane; Crane, William; Second Michigan Infantry; 2nd Michigan Infantry; Bardstown (Ky.); regimental history; Louisville (Ky.); spy; camp; Harpers Ferry (Va.); John Brown;