Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3231. Letter, February 2, 1862, of William Montrose Morgan to his parents and sisters, of Wisconsin. From Camp Wood, Kentucky, he writes of the rainy and snowy weather; the number of soldiers sick in company regiments; he describes his regiment and his brigade commander as being the best in the division. He comments about the regiment being on guard duty and held in reserve to protect a bridge and ferry on Green River. The letter describes that there are 20,000 men in his regiment under General Negley; Union materials were being transported to Bowling Green, and rebel positions were strong there, but the soldiers were poorly equipped.
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Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Morgan, William Montrose, 1842-1926 (SC 3231)" (2018). MSS Finding Aids. Paper 4435.