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Thomas's regiment has been moving frequently and "drilling considerably" along the way. He laments the casualties of the war so far. He requests supplies from home, including 20 pounds of butter, writing supplies and some boots.
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New Creek, VA
troop movement; death (military); religion; livestock; provisions; books
Armstrong, Thomas Sumption, 1835-1909 -- Correspondence; Armstrong family -- Correspondence; United States. Army. Ohio Infantry Regiment, 122nd (1862-1865)
Armstrong, Thomas S., "Letter from Thomas S. Armstrong to Jacob G. Armstrong" (1862). Harvey Collection Letters. 115.
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