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smith18630308rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about life in the camp, what he is eating, the box he received from her, and the health of other soldiers in his regiment.

smith18630301rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife of their current camp, the money he is sending home, how the draft is affecting people at home, and argues with her over the frequency of their letters

smith18630709.pdf
William Digby Smith writes to his wife of the aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg and his separation from his regiment

smith18640703rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about the regiment's recent combat experience, serving in a noncombat role, and the prospect of a draft.

smith18630716.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife that he has been assigned to duty in the hospital and of the casualties among the Union forces from the Battle of Gettysburg.

smith18630712.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about his circumstances a week after participating in the Battle of Gettysburg.

smith18640108rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife of the latest news from the camp, the continuous skirmishing, and the state of the Confederate army.

smith18630209rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about his chance to get a furlough, his pay, sending money home, the current state of the regiment's officers, and opinions of George McClellan.

smith18621204rs.pdf
William Smith writes to his father about preparations for the Battle of Fredericksburg, sickness in the regiment, and complains about officers.

smith18631201.pdf
William Smith writes to his wife about life in camp, photographs of the children, and returning to his regiment.
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