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E. V. N. Hitchcock to John Wolcott Phelps

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Title: E. V. N. Hitchcock to John Wolcott Phelps


  • Hitchcock, E. V. N.


  • Phelps, John Wolcott

Source Document

Extent: 4 pages

Date Created: March 02, 1863


Topics include camping outside of Fort Pickens at Camp Stoughton, the good health of the regiment, the reorganization of the Army of the Potomac, and the ungentleman-like ways the officers act. Hitchcock's mood is fairly upbeat but realistic: predicting the end of the war is difficult; a long expected attack on the island never occurred (indicating a fault in intelligence?); army life is good, but he hopes Phelps can find a better situation for him. Hitchcock mentions the "negro regiment" in charge of Ship Island.

Genre(s): correspondence


Language(s): English

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2010-11-10, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: text

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E. V. N. Hitchcock to John Wolcott Phelps, Special Collections, University of Vermont, (accessed December 01, 2015)

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