excerpt from 'Charles Linnaeus Hostetter diary for 1863' pp. 21 (55 words)

excerpt from 'Charles Linnaeus Hostetter diary for 1863' pp. 21 (55 words)

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Charles Linnaeus Hostetter diary for 1863

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Friday 4. A pleasant day. How relieved I feel when Friday afternoon comes no lessons until Monday. Out looking at a Regiment of Soldiers drill. They look well marching along to martial music with the stars & stripes flying. Writing letters all afternoon. To hear Paul S. Dickenson lecture on the State of the Country. Very good. 

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