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    • Bone Letter, March 11, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Medicine; Military life; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is troubled by all the sickness and death in his camp, his camp hears bad news continuously from the war, they may go to eastern Texas to try to keep the Feds from entering through Arkansas.
    • Bone Letter, September 2, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life
    • Arkadelphia. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is hearing encouraging news from the seat of war that the Confederates are winning battles and capturing prisoners and forts, their military post is self-sufficient--little Negro boys make cartridges...
    • Bone Letter, November 16, 1861

    • Correspondence; Railroads; Travel; Military life; Civil War
    • Hemstead, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: amazement at vastness of prairies, traveling by rail, absence of males in towns, patriotic feelings of friendly hostesses, religious services, military funeral, scarcity of quinine.
    • Bone Letter, December 22, 1861

    • Correspondence; Health; Military life; Soldiers; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Dr. Bone to Minerva: his health, the health of acquaintances in his camp, health problems encountered--typhoid fever, sore legs, Catarrhal fever, colds--assures her that in spite of what she hears they have plenty to eat and are well...
    • Bone Letter, March 1, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he is too busy with the sick to write, he is well, they may be sent to Kentucky or Tennessee, a friend in camp will deliver money to her, advice on raising their children.
    • Bone Letter, March 16, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Family
    • Nacogdoches County, State of Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: friends and relatives are going off to war, the children are fine, she's afraid all the men (even her father) will be called to war because she fears the worst is not there yet, she's heard...
    • Bone Letter, March 2, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Family; Civil War
    • Nacogdoches County, State of Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: she's uneasy because she has not heard from him, every man has been called to the military - even her father, financial matters, good health of the family, her mother has a fine pair of cards...
    • Bone Letter, April 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Family; Health; Civil War
    • Camp Young. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is breaking up and some are going home to wait for the draft and others are enlisting, he does not know what to do
    • Bone Letter,  September 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life; Medicine; Health
    • Near Austin, Arkansas, Camp Holmes. Dr. Boneto Minerva: his regiment is entering the war zone, he is resigned to ignore rumors and to let time reveal their movements, one of the regiments that he sees is not doing well because of lack of...
    • Bone Letter, October 14, 1862

    • Correspondence; Military life; Civil War
    • Near Hickory Plains, Ark. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he's not sure why they are moving in a circle unless it's to confuse the enemy, there are heavy rains and the men and horses are sick and weary.
    • Bone Letter, January 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Physicians; Family
    • Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his company has traveled through rain and sleet and snow to fight the Feds but have missed them, much suffering from exposure, hears rumors that soldiers in a Confederate camp have been taken prisoner and...
    • Bone Letter, February 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Medicine; Military life; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert. Dr. Bone to Minerva: many sick in camp, saddened by the Confederate defeat at Roanoke Island but gladdened by another victory at Fort Donelson, everyone in camp admired the gray Jeans she made and want some, he is extremely busy with...
    • Bone Letter, December 7, 1861

    • Correspondence; Military life; Health; Family; Civil War
    • Camp Hebert, Austin County, Texas, Dr. Bone to Minerva: Galveston vacated by General Hebert causing great excitement, requests a Bible and another suit of clothes and his case of instruments
    • Nacogdoches County Death Index, 1903-1917

    • Dead persons; Death certificates; Records (Information)
    • The records include the following information: number; date of record and date of report; name, race, sex, age of deceased; nativity (where born); residence (alien or citizen); date of death; place of death; cause of death; name and address of...

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