Tag Archives: Salisbury (N.C.)

10 March 1865: “if this want of trains can be ascertained to last two or three days longer there troops would save time by marching to the same parts.”

Item Description: John Marshall Otey was assistant adjutant general under General P. G. T. Beauregard during the Civil War. The collection consists of one letter, 10 March 1865, from E. Willis to Colonel John Marshall Otey (J. M. Otey), discussing … Continue reading

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6 December 1863: “…I suppose she will paint up for the occasion, in order to palm herself off upon the people for what she is not…”

Item Description: Letter, dated 6 December 1863, from John S. Henderson to his brother Leonard at Kinston, N.C..  He describes comparing conflicting news reports to determine where Leonard was currently stationed, and the fundraising activities of the “ladies of Salisbury.”  … Continue reading

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