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Letter from Washington, 1863-1865

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Wayne State University Press , Detroit, Mich
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Other titlesLetter from Washington, Detroit advertiser and tribune (Detroit, Mich. : Weekly)
Statementby Lois Bryan Adams ; edited with an introduction by Evelyn Leasher.
SeriesGreat Lakes books
ContributionsLeasher, Evelyn M.
LC ClassificationsE628 .L25 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination369 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL383747M
ISBN 100814327982
LC Control Number98046253

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Collection Call Number: BD This bound volume contains copies of official letters written by Colonel Edward C. James and Lieutenant Colonel Charles Townsend. Three Letters from Soldiers SummerVol. 48, No. 2 By Kenneth M.

Price and Jacqueline M. Budell Enlarge This painting of Walt Whitman--the poet s favorite--was done by Charles Hine when Whitman was A few years later, Whitman was living in Washington, D.C., and visiting sick and wounded soldiers in Union hospitals.

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USS Lodona () Sketch by Commander Edmund R. Colhoun, from his letter book of in the Naval Historical Foundation's Colhoun Collection.

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