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- Letters, 27 June 1863 and 20 July 1864, written by Isaac C. Richardson (b. 1821) to his wife while he was serving with the 10th New Hampshire Infantry during the Civil War. The letters were written from Petersburg and White House Landing. Subjects include unit movements, skirmishes, a description of a Confederate fortification, the status of a missing soldier, promotions, weather, rations, and clothing issued to him
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- Isaac Cochran Richardson was born in Londonderry, Vermont on 24 December 1821. He enlisted on 11 August 1862 as a corporal and was mustered into Company B of the 10th New Hampshire Infantry. Richardson was promoted to sergeant, and then lieutenant. Following the war, he resided in Nashua. He was still living there in 1900.
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