Letter from Colonel Cherry to G.G. Arthur

Letter from Colonel Cherry to G.G. Arthur
Letter from Colonel Cherry of the 15th North Carolina Reserves stationed in Greenville, N.C to G.G. Arthur. The colonel comments on African Americans joining the Union cause, lack of Union bravery, Confederate troop movements in Pennsylvania, the siege of Vicksburg, Lee's motives for moving northward and the results on the South if Lee is successful, Confederate deserters, and Union faith in "buffaloes" and African Americans.
July 05, 1863
Original Format
14cm x 21cm
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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