Edward Alonzo True Correspondence 1860-1864

Creator(s)

Edward Alonzo True

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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Identifier

C209738

Description

Letter from Edward True writing to unnamed sister from Beaufort, South Carolina. Discusses the Passaic and Montauk ironclad vessels and the wreck of the Monitor, and his pride in his Compnay H.

Also writes of traitors and deserters- "I think this [war] might have been ended long ago if a sufficient number of Northern traitors had been hanged."

Exact Creation Date

1-30-1863

Language

English

Location

Knox County; Hope

Other Location

Beaufort, South Carolina

Disciplines

History | United States History

Letter to Sister, January 30, 1863

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