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Letter from Arthur McKinstry to his mother. Camp Wool: The letter explains details of the encampment and the daily duties. The company is on picket along the Potomac River. The letter also contains details of Hooker's Divission and its troop movements. Arthur belived that the Rebels are discouraged since their batteries are silent.
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Arthur McKinstry Letters, Box 1, Folder 29
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