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Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend

Dates: September 20, 1862

Creator: Webber, L. R.

A letter written by Leigh R. Webber from Trenton, Tennessee, likely addressed to a member of the John Stillman Brown family. Webber describes a "jayhawking trip" his regiment took to take goods and food from a local Confederate family. He discusses the treatment of slaves and escaped slaves, both by Confederate locals and his fellow Union troops. A portion of the letter states Webber's opinions on James H. Lane's efforts to arm African-American troops in Kansas.

  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
  • Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend
Leigh R. Webber to Esteemed Friend