Four Letters Written from Savannah, Georgia, Near the End of the Civil War. Written by John W. Glidden between February and April 1865, discussing the fall of Charleston, South Carolina, and the flying of the United States flag over Fort Sumter; the surrender of General Lee and artillery salutes; praise for and then shock at the assassination of Abraham Lincoln; and a promissory note signed by Glidden, (folds, moisture stains, tears, losses).
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