Discussing the politics of the war, in an autograph letter, signed 12 February 1863 at "Camp near Falmouth, Va.," to a friend, John Vrooman, in Herkimer County, New York.

8vo. 4 pages, approximately 450 words. Fighting with the 34th New York Infantry, White asks "don't you think it is all for the nigers [sic] I think it is and I am played out fiting [sic] for the damn nigers ... unless we get [McClellan] back we shall lose our glorious union." Folded, with mailing envelope. Item #53959

Price: $250.00

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