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Letter, Jane Hardwick Lipscomb, probably from Jasper County, Mississippi, to her sister-in-law Elizabeth Lipscomb Wier at Enterprise, Mississippi, telling of the state of the anxiety of her daughter Laura and sympathizing with the recent troubles at Enterprise. She hopes that the Yanks have left the state, and says that she imagines the children will never forget the burning of Enterprise. She mentions Pastor Chatfield and the death of his son William, killed by a falling limb. She tells of sending butter by Bob, the possibility of sending coal and potatoes, and sends good wishes to the children. 1864
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Correspondence: 1 page ; 17.8 X 16.5 cm.
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