Letter from Myron Ganoung to Sarah Cook dated January 26, 1862. In this letter, he discusses the status of his regiment, the weather, the measles, the mumps, burying a soldier, having his picture taken, his health, and his impressions of Paducah.
Letter from Giles Allen to his mother, Nancy Allen, dated February 11, . In this letter, he discusses recovering from the mumps, General Burnside capturing Roanoke Island, a sword presentation, the colonel of the regiment, gossip about the...
Letters from Mack Ewing to Nan Ewing dated May 26, 1864 through May 30, 1864. In his letters, Ewing describes his stay in the hospital for dysentery, family members serving in the Civil War, the impending march to Richmond and camp life.
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