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Edward Henderson letters

 Collection — Folder: S632
Identifier: S0632
Scope and Contents This collection includes two short letters from Edward Henderson to his wife, Cathern (Catherine ?), from Camp Narrows, Giles County, Virginia during the U.S. Civil War, dated April 14 and December 12, 1864, regarding his well being and his living conditions. In his first letter, he mentions moving up Wolf Creek, then to Princeton, and Red Sulphur and that Beckley's Battalion is with them. In his second letter, Henderson mentions the cold weather, the food, and the "scarcity of clothing".

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