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|Creator:||Black, Hugh 1835-1915|
|Title:||Letter to Mary Black (Knoxville, Tenn., 1862)|
|Date:||1862 June 24|
Letter from Hugh to his wife Mary, describing the city of Knoxville from a visitor's standpoint and the conditions from a soldier's standpoint. He adds that Knoxville is the home of William Gannaway Brownlow (a well-known Union supporter) and speculates the tension that could come from Federal armies who are "threatening an attack every day".
Local identifier: MSS98-3b1802f2i1
|Subjects:||Tennessee--History--Civil War, 1861-1865|
|Collection:||FSU Civil War Collection|
|Institution:||Florida State University Libraries, Special Collections|
|Contributors:||Florida State University Libraries. Special Collections|
|Online Publisher:||Digital Library Center, Florida State University Libraries|
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