In this letter to his parents, Thomas Evans provides a "full account" of his unit's movements from Camp Delaware, Ohio to Covington, Kentucky. According to Evans, the 96th Ohio Volunteer Infantry took a ferry from Cincinnati to Covington and occupied the gymnasium. He states that the town is under martial law and that his unit is to accompany the Ohio 50th, 79th, 83rd, and 104th.
Evans, Thomas L., "Thomas L. Evans letter to his parents from Covington Kentucky, September 3, 1862" (1862). Thomas L. Evans Civil War Correspondence and Diary. 3.
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Thomas L. Evans Papers (SPC-972-0007_01_03_1862090)