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|Creator:||De Bow, J. D. B. (James Dunwoody Brownson), 1820-1867|
|Title:||J.D.B. De Bow letter, 1861 July 4|
Letter from J.D.B. DeBow, near Nashville, Tenn., to Charles Gayarré points out that it is the fourth of July and what did it get us, a despotism more absolute and irrepressible than we left. He agrees with Gayarré that it will be a short war, comments on the cost of the war and the attitude of England and France, and speculates how the war could be concluded with a convention of delegates from both sides.
|Subjects:||Gayarré, Charles, 1805-1895 | United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 | Confederate States of America--Politics and government | politics and elections | writing, literature, and reading | secession | diplomacy|
|Collection:||Civil War: Context & Conflict|
|Institution:||LSU Libraries Special Collections|
|Contributors:||LSU Libraries. Special Collections|
Charles E.A. Gayarré Papers (Grace King Collection), Mss. 1282
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Charles E.A. Gayarr Papers, Mss. 1282, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.
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