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  • Anna

    "July 2nd 1863. Mr. Yankee: Your house is not torn up at all, compared with the way your soldier did at Fredericksburg. I only killed one goose + took one pair stocking. Rebel" (This note from a confederate soldier to a Yankee homeowner was found in a home in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania after the Confederate and Union armies left the area.)

  • Cindy Jaruzel

    .Civil War note to a Yankee from a Rebel

  • Sherrié

    Civil War "Valentine" left by a Confederate soldier for a Union soldier at Gettysburg - July 2, 1863.

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