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Contributing Institution

Maine State Archives

Identifier

C208220

Description

Chamberlain to Governor Coburn regarding the actions of the 20th Maine at Gettysburg, Lt. Col. Gilmore, and the lack of medical staff.

"Our toilsome & hurried marches broke down a great many and I have had to be surgeon & father as well as Colonel."

Exact Creation Date

7-21-1863

Language

English

Disciplines

History | Military History | United States History

Letter from Chamberlain to Governor Coburn after Gettysburg, July 21, 1863


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