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ingram18620915_rs.pdf
William Ingram sends a letter describing the contents of a box he is sending home

ingram18621105_rs.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife about his participation in the Battle of Georgia Landing, a Union victory in Lafourche Parish, October 27, 1862.

ingram18620308_rs.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife of his departure from Connecticut, passage to the Gulf of Mexico, and the regimental camp on Ship Island, Mississippi

ingram18620221.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife about Camp Lyon and his inability to make a final visit home before deployment to Mississippi because he hasn't been paid and can't afford the trip.

ingram18621202_rs.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife that he is sending home money, which she should save. He writes of the spending habits of his fellow soldiers and comments on the price of goods in New Orleans.

ingram18621214_rs.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife of the death of her brother, Henry Lamphere, of food poisoning in Jefferson City, Louisiana

ingram18620811rs.pdf
William Ingram writes to his wife about the difficulties of getting home and the progress of the war in Louisiana.

smith_undated_rs.pdf
William Digby Smith writes to his wife allaying her concerns about his faithfulness and describing prostitution in the camp.

smith18621128rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about his current situation, the prospects for an early end to the war, frustration with Confederate tactics, and the loss of all of the regiment's possessions.

smith18650519rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife of the march back from Appomattox following Lee's surrender and of the imminent dissolution of his regiment.
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