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Re: 18th Arkansas Letters of R. B. Smith

My goal was to find out if anyone had made a copy of the items listed below. I was hoping the letters might provide additional information specific to the experiences of the 18th Arkansas during their service in Mississippi. Any assistance would be appreciated.

ROWLAND B. SMITH CIVIL WAR LETTERS UALR Archives & Special Collections 1
1/2 doc box. 1862-1864

File 7
Item 1 - R. B. Smith / Camp near Tupelo, Mississippi, to Rose Smith /
Camden, Sep 4 1862. Restrictions on civilians in Camden; camp dinner
bill of fare.
Item 2 - R. B. Smith / Saltillo, Mississippi, to Rose Smith / Camden,
Sep 8 1862. View of war as revolution; cost of foodstuffs.
Item 3 - R. B. Smith / Camp near Baldwin, Mississippi, to Rose Smith /
Camden, Sep 24 1862. Retreat from Iuka, Mississippi; description of
Battle of Iuka; views on war.
Item 4 - R. B. Smith/ Camp near Baldwin, Mississippi, to Rose Smith /
Camden, Sep 25 1862. Disillusionment with war.

File 8
Item 1 - R. B. Smith / 10 miles from Holly Springs, Mississippi, to Rose Smith
/ Camden, Oct 11 1862. Description of Battle of Corinth.
Item 2 - R. B. Smith / Camp Lumpkin's Mill Pond, near Holly Springs,
Mississippi, to Rose Smith / Camden, Oct 17 1862. Description of
death at Battle of Corinth.

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