Letter from A. W. Maupin, Columbia, Tenn., to Captain P[ickney] L. Powers, February 23, 1865

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Identifier: D06163

Title: Letter signed A.W. Maupin, Columbia, Tenn., to Captain P.L. Powers, February 23, 1865

Description: States that he has made every effort possible to have Powers' regiment sent back to Missouri, but the Secretary of War has deemed it impractical. Includes envelope.

Transcription: Columbia Tenn Feb 23rd 1865


My Dear Sir

I am in receipt of your and in reply would inform you that I have made every effort that possibly could be made to have this Regt sent back to Mo I am in receipt of a communication from the Sect of war informing me that it is impracticable to send this Regt to Mo until their time is out I would further State that I have been ordered by Maj. Gen Thomas to Report to Gen. Dodge in St. Louis But will Remain with the Regt and continue to use my efforts to get the Regt away from here In Regard to stocking arms &C &C I can hardly believe that men will be so rash as to commit acts that will subject them to imprisonment during the war which would be the inevitable result and while I command the Regt such shall not be the case or If it should ocur the severrst Penalites of Military law will be inflicted It is well Known that the Goverment has in every single Instance acted justly and honorably with her soldiers and musters them out promptly as soon as it was at all practicable and It will be done in this case

Your Obet Sevt

AW. Maupin[Amos W. Maupin]

Capt. PL Powers

Co H 47th Mo

Vol Infty

Item: Letter



Dates: 1865


Maker/Creator: Maupin, Amos W.

Subjects: Missouri--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--Armed Forces
Tennessee--History--Civil War, 1861-1865


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