Edward Alonzo True Correspondence 1860-1864

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Edward Alonzo True

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Maine State Archives

Identifier

C209738

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Letter to mother Olive True from the camp of the 8th Maine Volunteer Regiment at Hilton Head, South Carolina. True requests white cotton gloves and stockings "such as would not tear in pulling them on," a pocket knife, envelopes, and razors to sell.

He writes of the Union constructing battlements on small islands between Fort Pulaski and Fort Jackson, of General Wright's brigade and General Sherman's expedition to Fernandina, Florida.

Exact Creation Date

2-25-1862

Language

English

Location

Knox County; Hope

Other Location

Savannah, Georgia; Hilton Head, South Carolina

Letter to Olive True, February 25, 1862

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