Ebenezer Conover Civil War correspondence
Collection — document-box: Civil War 1, Folder: 13
This collection contains one correspondence written by an unnamed man to his brother, Ebenezer Conover. He writes from Harrison's Landing in Virginia. In this letter, talks about how some counties will have to resort to drafting, and suggests that Ebenezer should join a regiment as a waggon master. He also requests that his brother "please smuggle me a couple of quarts of Brandy" in his next package.
- 1862 July 25
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0.025 Linear Feet (1 folder)
This collection contains one letter written to Ebenezer Conover from his brother during the Civil War.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Rennie L. Wells. Legacy collection from Andrew Carroll.
- Finding Aid for the Ebenezer Conover Civil War correspondence
- Lauren Menges
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