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SOUTHERN HISTORY / CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MANUSCRIPT LETTERS, LOT OF SIX

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SOUTHERN HISTORY / CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MANUSCRIPT LETTERS, LOT OF SIX, including one written to John F. Boyd, dated November 3, 1859, from his brother Stephen, referencing life in Charleston, SC and the mindset of the African American population there ("happiest race"), one dated March 28, 1864, from C. M. Castleman, Lynchburg, VA, referencing tobacco crops, farming in Big Lick, and traveling via the Tennessee Railroad, and one written to "My Dear Sister", dated August 22, 1862, from Theodore P. Johnstone, LaFayette, GA, referencing family marriages, "George" coming home from "Shilo" on leave, Jimmy being "with Jackson in the vally of Va", and other family affairs. 1859-1865.
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