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Cassimere Churchill, Washington, to unknown recipient, 1862 February 16-28

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 15, Folder: 1, Object: 11
Identifier: cuid304

Scope and Contents

Cassimere writes of a drill where three horses fell and rolled over their riders and about officers from another camp who entered their camp drunk. He had 17 in Bible class. A strong wind damaged tents, trees, houses and churches in the city. A prisoner with his arms and head in a barrel, who was marching around, blew down and rolled down a hill. General Palmer in camp on February 27.


  • Creation: 1862 February 16-28


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