MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid, scans and typescripts (Click on "Additional Files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 3675. Letters (3), written by James Hodge to his mother in Warren County, Kentucky, while serving with the 11th Kentucky Infantry, U.S.A. Writing from Tennessee just before the Battle of Bean’s Station, and from Kentucky and Georgia, he tells of engaging the enemy at Knoxville, of enduring "hard times" and reduced rations, and of his wish to return home to see her. Includes his 1924 obituary.
United States History
Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Hodge, James H., 1843?-1924 (SC 3675)" (2023). MSS Finding Aids. Paper 5063.
SC 3675 Letter 1 typescript.doc (31 kB)
SC 3675 Letter 2 typescript.doc (31 kB)
SC 3675 Letter 3 typescript.doc (31 kB)
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