James R. Tice letter to brother-in-law, Jim Light, January 18, 1862

Title

James R. Tice letter to brother-in-law, Jim Light, January 18, 1862

Description

Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from camp near Romney about personal and family matters, the withdrawal of Union forces from Romney and the many provisions captured by the Confederates there, the war-time prices of various goods, and friends serving in the army and wounded.

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Language

English

Type

Identifier

Ms2003_006_Tice_003

Bibliographic Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: [identification of item], [box], [folder], James R. Tice Letters, Ms2003-006, Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.

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Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech

Citation

James R. Tice, “James R. Tice letter to brother-in-law, Jim Light, January 18, 1862,” VT Special Collections and University Archives Online, accessed December 11, 2023, http://digitalsc.lib.vt.edu/items/show/21642.