PUGH, ISAAC

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PUGH, ISAAC

Letters and document, 1862.
3 items.

In Union Army Company G, 97th Regiment stationed on Hilton Head, Port Royal, South Carolina.
Pugh describes insects, fevers, camp conditions, politics and is disillusioned by the purpose of the war. Document issued by U.S. Deputy Marshal for military service notice for Thomas Carr of Chester, Delaware included.

A1979.1 Catton (box 46, folder 2)

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