1864 HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY A UNION SOLDIER OF COMPANY K OF THE MASSACHUSETTS ARTILLERY WHILE IN FORT WOODRUFF VIRGINIA0MV347
CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA: GEORGE JELISON - Union soldier, Co. K, Mass. Artillery. ALS, Fort Woodruff, near Portsmouth, Virginia, Dec. 26, 1864, 3 pages in ink, 8vo. with cover [stamp removed]. To James Perry, Danvers, Mass. Rain / plenty of mud / going to celebrate Christmas today if it had not been so rainy / there is plenty to do besides have fun / I guess the war is most done to around these parts. The people around here think they will have to give up soon / it is almost time to hear from the Willmington Fleet, etc.
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