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Letter sent by James Graham to his mother Elizabeth Graham from a camp near Richmond on February 2, 1865. James states that he does not have much time to write because he needs to drill, but enclosed with the letter were a photograph and a song that he had copied.

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GC7

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Graham, James, Correspondence. Graham, Militrary service, Army, Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 206th (1864-1865), Civil War

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The digitized images of letters, photographs, and other items from the Graham Collection in the “Indiana, Pennsylvania in the Civil War” exhibit are the property of the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, Pa. These images may only be used for non-commercial, educational purposes under “Fair Use” guidelines. For additional information contact: HGSIC, 621 Wayne Avenue, Indiana, Pa. 15701; (724) 463-9600. Email ichistoricalsociety@gmail.com

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The Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, PA; Graham Collection

Letter from James Graham to Elizabeth Graham, February 2, 1865

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