James D. Marshall Civil War correspondence
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Seige of Petersburg, rebels, prisoners, politics, election, artillery
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
This collection contains two letters written by Cpl. James D. Marshall of the Union Army to his mother and sister during the Civil War.
Marshall, James D., "1864-11-12, James to mother" (1864). James D. Marshall Civil War correspondence. 1.
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