AuthorGlenny, Bryant B.
KeywordGlenny, William H. -- Correspondence
Antislavery movements -- United States
Glenny, Bryant -- Correspondence
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AbstractA letter from Bryant B. Glenny to William H. Glenny that discusses life at home and mentions the American Civil War. "Does not thy heart swell with gratitude to God and our noble army." Bryant Glenny also mentions "P.S. Bryant Crandall of the 44, New York is wounded and missing (see tribune 16th)."
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