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M048 Adams (John Q.) Letters

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In Collection: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Digital Collection



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From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 25 May 1862, written from a camp near Farmington in Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his recent activities and skirmishes with Confederate troops.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 10 June 1862, written from a camp near Booneville, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his recent activities, the health of friends and family, and the cost of items at a local store.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 11 May 1862, written from Shiloh, Tennessee. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his recent activities and recent troop movements.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 16 June 1862, written from a camp near Corinth, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his health, the heat, his recent activities, and news of friends and family.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 13 June 1862, written from a camp near Corinth, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his health, troop movements, and his pay.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 21 June 1862, written from a camp near Corinth, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his health, food, and mail.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 16 May 1862, written from Camp Pope, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about recent military action, his pay, and his wishes if he dies.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 27 June 1862, written from Camp Big Springs, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his recent activities, and wanting to look for deserters.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 4 July 1862, written from Camp Big Springs, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about the camp's 4th of July celebration and foraging for food.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 27 May 1862, written from a camp near Farmington in Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about his recent activities, his duties, and the prospect of upcoming fighting.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 20 July 1862, written from Camp Big Springs near Corinth, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about preparations to move and his duties.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 1 July 1862, written from Camp Big Springs, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about foraging for blackberries and his pay.

From the Adams (John Q.) Letters. Letter from John Quince Adams to his wife, Sarah Adams, dated 16 July 1862, written from a camp near Corinth, Mississippi. Adams, who served in Co. E., 60th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteers during the Civil War, writes about recent guard duty and his duties.

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