United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Buchanan, Isaac (1810-1883)
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AbstractA letters book belonging to John Rowe of Port Stanley and Hamilton, Ontario, 1862-1865. The book consists of handwritten duplicate copies of correspondence sent by Rowe. He writes to a variety of people including business associates, family members and friends. Rowe discusses romance, commerce, and war, specifically Canada’s attitude and involvement in the American Civil War. He regularly travels for business and this is reflected in the letters he writes that are dated at Amherstburg and Brampton. His correspondents include his cousin Sergeant Ford, 2nd Battal Sco Fusilier Guards Montreal, his sister in Devonport, Devon, England, Schell of Campbellton, and Grace Rosevear of Guelph.
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