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Slave list, 1860
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Camp at Fair Oaks, June 5, 1862
Camp on last Saturday’s battlefield – June 5th 1862 My dearest Wife I know that you have felt very anxious about me on account of not hearing from me since mine of Sunday morning, but I recollect having written you … Continue reading
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