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Diary entry by Nathan Palmeter – September 27, 1864

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Entry in the diary of James Woodbury, 9th Regiment, Co C., by Nathan Palmeter, also of the 9th Regiment, Co C., who is a captive at Andersonville Prison in Georgia and has taken over the diary since the death of James Woodbury. On September 27 he writes, “not so cold this morning as before[.] cook a cup of rice for Breakfast[.] was king at the well to day[.] two meals is all to day[.] Beans for supper[.]”

Citation:  September 27, James Woodbury Diary, May – October 1864. Diary and miscellaneous letters and papers, 1862-1908. Minnesota Historical Society. [P1091]

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