Cassimere Churchill, Washington, to "Dear parents", 1861 December 24
Scope and Contents
Note on top of letter: "Please do not let anyone see this." Cassimere writes of his drilling exercises. He was sick and got medicine, but threw it away so he could "die a natural death." A comrade gave him coal and molasses. He describes cooking utensils and cooking in his tent.
- Creation: 1861 December 24
- From the Collection: Churchill, Cassimere, 1840-1861 (Person)
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