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Charles Engle, letter

July 18, 1863

“I have got so I can stand eney [sic - any] thing. It has ben [sic] quite wet and rainy for some time. I can lay down eney [sic] where and sleep in the rain. We cant [sic] put up our tents much of the time as we are moveing [sic] every little while and all times at knight [sic]. You musent [sic] wory [sic] about me.”


Name: Charles Engle

Unit: 137th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. B

Document Information

Type: Letter


  • Soldier Life/Camp Life

Event Location: Williamsport, Washington Co., MD

Document Origin: Williamsport, Washington Co., MD


Charles Engle to Charlotte Engle. July 18, 1863. Transcribed by Judy Coy. Obtained from Accessed on April 5, 2010.