General Order Number 11
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Letter giving a general order (Number 11) regarding the galloping of horses. This order was issued from Fort Magruder in Williamsburg, which was under Union occupation at the time on June 14, 1864.
- Creation: 1864 June 14
- Steere, W.H.P. (Person)
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Donated by the James City Cavalry, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 2095, Williamsburg, Virginia, through the Jean Keating - James City Cavalry Endowment.
- Guide to the General Order Number 11
- Finding Aid Authors: Christina Luers.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English