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|Creator:||Palms, Francis F., 1837-1904|
|Title:||Letter from Francis Palms to Henrietta Lauzin, 1862 Mar. 09|
Francis Palms, Camp Beauregard, Jackson, Tennessee, writes Henrietta Lauzin, Baton Rouge, regarding the movement of his regiment and the conditions of their new location. He states that although the journey involved a three-day march, the new location is 'hilly and very picturesque and this section is also noted for its beautiful women'. He also states that the town has been placed under martial law and the soldiers have been designated as 'town police'. Finally, he thanks Henrietta for the letter and the gloves she sent him before closing.
|Types:||Text | Text|
|Subjects:||Palms, Francis F., 1837-1904 | Lauzin, Henrietta, b. 1842 | Jackson (Tenn.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 | Confederate States of America. Army. Louisiana Infantry Regiment, 4th|
|Collection:||Gras-Lauzin Family Papers|
|Institution:||LSU Libraries Special Collections|
|Contributors:||LSU Libraries. Special Collections|
Gras-Lauzin Family Papers
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U:153 Box 2, Folder 11
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