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From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 1 November 1862, Camp writes from a camp near Powels River, Tennessee, about recent troop movements and activities. He also writes about camp life, living on half rations, and scouting in the Cumberland Gap.

1 November 1862

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 11 March 1863, Camp writes from Clayton, Georgia about recent troop movements and activities, life at camp, and his company.

11 March 1863

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 15 January 1863, Camp writes from Camp Heath, Tennessee, about his health, life in the military, and recent activities around the Cumberland Gap.

15 January 1863

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 20 April 1863, Camp writes about the results of an election for officers of a new company, as well as recent troop movements and activities.

20 April 1863

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 27 September 1862, Camp writes about a meeting with several soldiers who had been captured then paroled by Union troops.

27 September 1862

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 3 February 1863, Camp writes from Clarksville, Georgia, about recent activities concerning deserters and conscripts, as well as wanting to come home.

3 February 1863

From the Camp (David A.) Letters. Letter from David A. Camp, captain in Company D of the 16th Battalion of Georgia Calvary (also called the Georgia Partisan Rangers), to his wife Anna Camp. In his letter dated 5 August 1862, Camp writes from Camp Smith about upcoming troop movements near Chattanooga, Tennessee. He also writes about his trunk and its contents.

5 August 1862

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