Letter : Chattahoochie River, G[eorgi]a, to Abe [Lincoln], 1864 July 16.

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Bell, Charles J. Letter : Chattahoochie River, G[eorgi]a, to Abe [Lincoln], 1864 July 16.

Letter : Chattahoochie River, G[eorgi]a, to Abe [Lincoln], 1864 July 16.

Letter to President Lincoln complains of terms of enlistment being extended a year more than Bell had signed up for. Filing note states War Department returned the letter to Bell.

1 item (2 p.) ; 25 cm.

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