Letters from Thomas Dick (Jan. - Feb. 1863)

Letters from Thomas Dick (Jan. - Feb. 1863)
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January - February 1863

Thomas William Dick writes a five letters to his family describing his experience as a soldier of the Union Army during the Civil War. He describes in detail the battles he has fought in, and discusses the relative strengths of army leaders. "But we did not accomplish anything and never have since little Mac [General George B. McClellan] was taken away from us and in my opinion never will... I think him the only man capable of competition with the rebel Generals..." Transcripts included.

Time Period: 
MC 2001.10, B1, F6
Gift of John S. Bowman