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Camp Morton (Ind.)

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George W. Sparks letter

 Collection — Folder S1224
Identifier: S1224
Scope and Contents George W. Sparks wrote this brief letter in ink to his uncle, William Barnett, on July 16, 1864. He was a prisoner in Camp Morton, Indianapolis, at the time. He wrote: "I hope you will write to me as soon as you get this letter and let me hear from you when you write only write one side of a sheet as they don't allow any more than that to come in. Give Aunt July and the family my love. Keep a portion for yourself." He signed the letter as "Friend, Nephew, George W. Sparks."
Dates: 1864