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Charles F. Bancroft to Clarissa Bancroft

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Title: Charles F. Bancroft to Clarissa Bancroft

Author

  • Bancroft, Charles F., 1835-1862

Recipient

  • Bancroft,Clarissa E., 1843-1864

Source Document

Extent: 4 pages

Date Created: January 15, 1862

Description

Topics include drills, a prediction that the fighting will end by June, and inquiries about home. In addition to myriad details regarding weather, food, and correspondence, Bancroft inserts thoughtful questions, e.g.: "Clara do folks in our neighborhood manifest much interest in my being out here? do they seem to care a great deal about it?" He also refers to the lull in fighting--and resulting boredom-- that precedes Lincoln's general order of Jan. 27 for federal armies to advance.

Genre(s): correspondence

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Language(s): English

Note [Digital Version]

2012-01-31, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: text

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Requests to reproduce this item should be sent to Vermont Historical Society Library, vhs-library@state.vt.us. For more information, see http://cdi.uvm.edu/about/rights.
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http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/cwvhsBancroftCharles08

Preferred citation

Charles F. Bancroft to Clarissa Bancroft, Vermont Historical Society Library, Barre, Vermont, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/cwvhsBancroftCharles08 (accessed October 23, 2014)

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