Reminiscences of the Civil War by William and Adelia Lyon.

To Mrs. Lyon.

Fort Henry, Tenn., Monday, October 27.—I do not dare to have you come until a little later. In the meantime I shall go on and get ready for you. If I can get lumber I shall build a little shanty. My tent has a good floor in it and so it is comfortable except in a cold wind. It is about the size of our parlor. We could get along very well in it, but perhaps better in a good board shanty. We had a snow storm Saturday. All went off the next day. The box came all right. The pickles and peaches I gave to the sick boys in the hospital. I am saving the cake till you come.

I had a letter from Augie Weissart, of Company K, from Corinth. He gives all the casualties of the battle.

Reminiscences of the Civil War, William and Adelia Lyon

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