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Armistead Burwell Letter

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Author: Armistead Burwell
Issued Date: 1862-01-23
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10288/22486
Citation: Armistead Burwell Letter, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Description: Letter from Armistead Burwell, Camp Curtis, Land's End, Virginia to his brother. Concerns good news that brother is in winter quarters; thinks Charles should be discharged for disability; two companies of his regiment have been moved to redoubts and rifle pits across a strip of land between the James and Warwick Rivers; heard that the "Merrimac" is completed; bill to reorganize Virginia forces; and says he is fighting for "liberty and country." He was a member of the 14th Virginia Infantry, Company C.
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