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Diary of Private Jefferson Moses

Discussion in 'The Ladies Tea' started by scone, May 7, 2005.

  1. scone

    scone Sergeant Major

    Feb 20, 2005
    Mt. Juliet Tennessee
    Diary of Private Jefferson Moses
    Company G, 93rd Illinois Volunteers.

    The memoirs were probably written in 1911 and describe the organization and early action of Company G, 93rd Regiment, Illinois Volunteers. These recollections end abruptly after the surrender of Vicksburg. The diary was started on August 28, 1863. It is in poor condition and has been very difficult to transcribe. Included are selections that may be of particular interest.
    The spelling of the memoirs and diary have not been changed except where necessary for clarity.


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