Cassimere Churchill, Washington, to unknown recipient, 1862 June 14
Scope and Contents
He notes that there is no guard around their camp. Many soldiers are sick. They are buried in bark coffins, in their blankets and good coffins. He bathes in the river. There is punishment if you do something wrong, particularly being put into the guardhouse.
- Creation: 1862 June 14
- From the Collection: Churchill, Cassimere, 1840-1861 (Person)
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