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Worcester, Mass.,July 28th, 1864. Rev. Lemuel Moss Dear Brother, At your request I send you a detailed report of my labors and experiences as Delegate of the United States Christian Commission. On the 16th of May, 1864, I started from…

CHAPTER VII. The Wilderness and Spottsylvania. We were now approaching the last year of the war. General Grant had been summoned to Washington from his triumphs in the West, and had been invested with his new rank of Lieutenant-General, commanding…

The U.S. Army established a dock at Belle Plain as a safe spot to transport goods and supplies and men to and from Fredericksburg. Many bands of Confederates roamed around the 12 mile area between Belle Plain on the Rappahannock river and…

The U.S. Army established a dock at Belle Plain as a safe spot to transport goods and supplies and men to and from Fredericksburg. Many bands of Confederates roamed around the 12 mile area between Belle Plain on the Rappahannock river and…

The U.S. Army established a dock at Belle Plain as a safe spot to transport goods and supplies and men to and from Fredericksburg. Many bands of Confederates roamed around the 12 mile area between Belle Plain on the Rappahannock river and…

The U.S. Army established a dock at Belle Plain as a safe spot to transport goods and supplies and men to and from Fredericksburg. Many bands of Confederates roamed around the 12 mile area between Belle Plain on the Rappahannock river and…

The U.S. Army established a dock at Belle Plain as a safe spot to transport goods and supplies and men to and from Fredericksburg. Many bands of Confederates roamed around the 12 mile area between Belle Plain on the Rappahannock river and…