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Dan Parker writes about marching between Kentucky and Illinois, confiscating the property of secessionists, and attempting to hide a runaway slave.
Parker, Daniel W.
University of Northern Colorado
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United States--History -Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narrativesMilitary campsRegiments & campaignsFugitive slavesSlaveholdersUnited States.Army--Military life
Mound City (Ill.)Fort Jefferson (Wickliffe, Ky.)Milburn (Ky.)Columbus (Ky.)
McKinney, ColinPogue, John W.Thompson, Alexander S.
Dan Parker Civil War Correspondence (SC115)
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