James Logan letters, 1862-1865.


James Logan letters, 1862-1865.

Three letters written by James Logan of Gallatin County, Ill. to his brother, William, of Mount Joy, Lancaster County, Pa. Correspondence mentions large numbers of "refugees coming from the Southern States," problems with housing, and the excessive price of food and farm products.

3 items (3 p.) ; 32 cm. or smaller.

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