Address, 1863 May 20
Scope and Contents
Brig. Gen. James A. Walker wrote this farewell address to the 13th Virginia Regiment of Infantry upon taking command of the old "Stonewall Brigade." His letter is written in the back of a notebook containing notes on law taken by an unknown person.
- Creation: 1863 May 20
- From the Collection: Walker, James Alexander (Person)
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From the Collection: English