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folio iconCivil War : Tice, James R. Ms2003-006
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Title James R. Tice letter to brother-in-law, Jim Light, January 18, 1862, second page
creator Tice, James R.
role author
  • United States - History - Civil War - 1861-1865
  • Confederate Army - Correspondence
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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 1862-01-19
material 1 page letter
repository Digital Library and Archives (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
repository place Blacksburg, Virginia
current site Ms2003-006; James R. Tice Letters, 1862-1863; Folder 1
style period group movement
nationality culture eng
related work Tice, James R. Ms2003-006
notes Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from camp near Romney about personal and family matters, the withdrawal of Union forces from Romney and the many provisions captured by the Confederates there, the war-time prices of various goods, and friends serving in the army and wounded.
source Ms2003-006
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