The 107th New York Infantry was a notable Civil War unit seeing heavy combat at Antietam, Maryland and at New Hope Church, Georgia. An original Civil War Letter from Pvt William E Vanauken "Camp near Sharpsburg Maryland December 7th 1862" to his brother and sister re letters received from friends and family and naming other friends he expecting letters from and friends he has written to, her reports he is well but for a cold also warns that Jimmy must now trade off the cap he sent him as he wants it back when he comes home. Young William never came home- he was promoted from private to sergeant and surviving the battle of Antietam was Killed in Action at the age of 23, along with many of his comrades at the Battle of New Hope Church, Georgia, May 25, 1864. Comes w service info: 2pp ink. Edge wear, age stains, Overall VG.
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I use only museum curator approved archival repair tape. PLEASE READ DETAILS OF THE ITEM DESCRIPTION. I TRY TO DESCRIBE ALL ITEMS ACCURATELY.The item "CIVIL WAR ANTIETAM MARYLAND SOLDIER LETTER KILLED IN ACTION GEORGIA" is in sale since Sunday, March 3, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Correspondence, Mail". The seller is "99counties" and is located in Winterville, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Mexico.