11th New Hampshire Infantry letter/ Battle of Fredericksburg
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Soldier's Letter, 8 pages, 8vo.,, Falmouth, Va. Dec. 28, 1862. Soldier John C. Currier (Co. H, 11th New Hampshire Infantry) writes to his friends pertaining to the aftermath of the Battle of Fredericksburg. Writes that he has just returned from a tedious march, letters have accumulated, especially to the wounded, not always addressed correctly but should have the hospital and ward first before the unit, discusses some of the wounded soldiers now in the hospital, unit visited by a preacher after an absense of one for more than 6 weeks, was only officer in unit badly injured (Fredericksburg), describes camp & tents, newspapers have accounts of the battle (Fredericksburg), visit by rebel officers via boats to Union side, false alarm by Genl. Sumner thinking Rebels were about to cross over, etc. 

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11th New Hampshire Infantry letter/ Battle of Fredericksburg

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