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folio iconCivil War : Carnahan, John Newton Letters, 1861-1862. MS2009-112
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URN Unique identifier for this image record.
CWCarnahan0023
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Title Letter from John Carnahan to his sons, Edwin Ruthven and John Anderson Carnahan, December 21, 1861; page 1
creator Carnahan, John Newton
role Author
Subject
  • United States -- History -- Civil War
  • 1861-1865
owner dla
copyright DLA
conditions of use These resources and materials are not in the public domain and copyright is largely held by the Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
work type Letter
work date 1861-12-21
material 1 page letter
technique image/jpg/300 dpi; 1.3 MB; 2010-08-02
repository Digital Library and Archives
repository place Blacksburg, Virginia
current site Ms2009-112; John Newton Carnahan Letters, 1861-1862; Folder 1
style period group movement www.americansouth.org
nationality culture eng
related work Ms2009-112; John Newton Carnahan Letters, 1861-1862
notes Confederate soldier in the 54th Virginia Infantry writes from Paintsville on traversing rough country, the Union army taking provisions and goods along the Ohio River, and instructions for his children on good behavior and studying while he is away.
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