|Collection||Chapin A. Harris Family Papers|
|Title||Letter from D. B. Clute to Ozellah Koon|
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Letter from D.B. Clute to Ozellah Koon
March 26, 1865
D.B. Clute writes from Chattanooga, saying that he and Albert have been writing and receiving letters. He is glad to hear Ozellah is in good health and says he is also in good health. The weather is warm and peach trees are blooming in Chattanooga. He looks forward to a reunion-he only has five more months of service. He describes the location and activities of the army, and all of the exercises that they do. He has no idea what their next orders will be, but has heard rumors that the rebels have evacuated Richmond and that the war will be over soon. He says that the war has strengthened his faith, and sends news of Albert and the letters he has gotten from home.
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