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William Elisha Stoker to Elizabeth E. Stoker, October 2, 1863

William Elisha Stoker to Elizabeth E. Stoker, October 2, 1863 (Page 1)
In this letter, Confederate soldier William Stoker wrote about the general concerns of army life. His division has been on the march through Louisiana, which Stoker proclaimed the “wettes muddyest cuntry.” He also desperately wished for a furlough, and said if the army granted him one he would “nearley kill [him] self gettying home.” (By Morgan Mintz)

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