Downing’s Civil War Diary.–Alexander G. Downing.

Sunday, 30th—We lay in camp here at Waterford all day and I wrote a letter to John Moore. I was on picket last night, but was relieved this morning. There was some skirmishing and cannonading out on the Tallahatchie river today. Several troops passed here going out to the front. The land in this part of the country is very rough and very poor. The soil is sandy and is easily worked.

Diary of Alexander G. Downing; Company E, Eleventh Iowa Infantry

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