3865Re: Hagerstown in General
- Nov 20, 2007Tom Clemens wrote:
> Hmmm, good question. Doug has his war-time diary, but does not
> it. I wouldn't either, but it would be neat to see a bio of him.Well, if someone is on this group is contemplating such a task this
> Enough people had exposed the tall tales in his book to warrant a
> revision of him in the war.
is available at Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, NC
Description 32 items.
History notes Confederate soldier.
Summary Civil War letters from Henry Kyd Douglas to Helen Macomb
Boteler describing in detail military movements and camp life,
including the battles of Cross Keys, 1862; Port Republic, 1862; and
Fredericksburg, 1862, all in Virginia. Several of the letters were
written from the Union military prison on Johnson's Island, near
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