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Edmund Strudwick Burwell papers, 1825-1883

Author: Edmund Strudwick Burwell
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Letters, chiefly 1863-1867, to Edmund S. Burwell at school in Granville County and at Hampden-Sidney College, from his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Armistead Burwell, from his brothers serving in various Confederate regiments, and from his sisters at home in Charlotte, N.C. Civil War letters discuss military life and economic and social conditions at home, including the influx of refugees as Sherman's troops  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Edmund Strudwick Burwell; Robert Burwell
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund Strudwick Burwell
OCLC Number: 24864417
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2009-z).
Description: 93 items.
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Letters, chiefly 1863-1867, to Edmund S. Burwell at school in Granville County and at Hampden-Sidney College, from his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Armistead Burwell, from his brothers serving in various Confederate regiments, and from his sisters at home in Charlotte, N.C. Civil War letters discuss military life and economic and social conditions at home, including the influx of refugees as Sherman's troops moved towards the Carolinas. Letters in the 1870s are from Edmund's father at Peace Institute.

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