|Collection||Pearce Civil War Collection|
|Title||Galentine (Charles W.) Papers, 1863|
|Creator||Galentine (Charles W.)|
|Date||June 12, 1863|
|Dates of Creation||June 12, 1863|
|Scope & Content||
This letter, written and signed by Charles W. Galentine of the 167th Illinois Cavalry, Company D, and dated June 12, 1863, from the vicinity of Port Hudson, Lousiana, is addressed to "Dear Sister." Galentine reports on his good health, his company's location, the fortified postion of Port Hudson "in the state of Louisiana eighteen miles from B Rouge and one mile and one half from P Hudson." He tells "Sister" that "William is well now it has been but a few days since he was discharged from the deaf and dum asylum at Baton Rouge that institution being used as a hospital for sick and wounded soldiers."
Galentine describes engagements with confederate forces in the area in some detail.
|Finding Aids||Available in the archives or online at www.pearcecollections.us|
Galantine, Charles W. (author)
Medicine and Surgery
Ailments or sickness
Wounds and injuries
Lack of equipment
Lack of shelter
Siblings and family
7th Illinois Cavalry, Company D
6th Illinois Cavalry
1st Louisiana Cavalry
Siege of Port Hudson
Baton Rouge, LA
La Grange, TN
"Deaf and dum" asylum
|Credit line||Pearce Civil War Collection|
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|Physical characteristics||1 item|