Letter : Arlington, [Va.], to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany, N.Y.], 1861 Aug. 1.

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Wadsworth, James S. (James Samuel), 1807-1864. Letter : Arlington, [Va.], to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany, N.Y.], 1861 Aug. 1.

Letter : Arlington, [Va.], to [Edwin Denison] Morgan, [Albany, N.Y.], 1861 Aug. 1.

Autograph letter signed. Relates to the recruitment and replacement of Union soldiers and officers for volunteer regiments.

1 item (4 p.) ; 21 cm.

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