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10 April 1863: “A great many spectators especially ladies _ for whom Genl Hardee has given the entertainment _ he has several at his house _ and this is the second or third time they have come up from Huntersville.”

Item description: Diary entry, 10 April 1863, by Taylor Beatty (b. 1837), a lawyer from Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, serving under General Braxton Bragg . On 12 January 1863, General Bragg offered Beatty a position, which he accepted, in the … Continue reading

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3 January 1863: “Enemy sent in a flag of truce to ask for the body of a Kentucky Captain, as they said – in reality to see our position – their request was refused.”

Item description: Entry, dated 3 January 1863, from the diary of Taylor Beatty, Confederate officer of Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. More about Taylor Beatty: The chief figure in these papers is Taylor Beatty (born 1837), son of Charlotte Beatty (1810-1847). … Continue reading

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