Today we presented our disguised turkeys. Last week we read Letters from the Campaign Trail: LaRue for Mayor by Mark Teague.
Kendall 11th Missouri Vol. He relates in part I received a letter from my brother Frederick he is not well and will be discharged from the army, my brother John is at camp Lebanon, Missouri.
The regiment was moved from Rolla and Frederick was not able to go. I hope he is discharged for I hate to see him die in the army.
His brother Frederick eventually is killed at the Battle of Chickamauga in Letter comes with the stamped cover postmarked Cape Girardeau, Missouri Kendall, 11th Missouri Infantry to his wife Rovilla. I am sorry I have not written but we have been expecting an order for several days to move down the river but we expect to move south soon.
It would be impossible for me to love you better than I always have. You visit me in my dreams nearly every night.
It seems a long time since I saw you and I hope that this war will soon end and I can return to the kindest, sweetest, and best little wife that ever a man was blessed with. Rovilla my love to you is akin to worship! My confidence in you is unbounded and I do not think it ever will be forfeited, I know that I am not deceived by you Rovilla He wants to know a history of their slander back home Cyrus is fretting about unfavorable slanderous remarks made at home about his new bride he has left behind.
He pours compliments on his wife about her love and loyalty to him.
Two large pages in ink, to his wife Rovilla from Lt. Kendall, 11th Missouri Infantry. We will stay here until Island 10 is taken when we expect to go down the river, not one night passes that I do not dream of you, we have had very hard times since we have left Cape and bad weather also, I expect to start for Cape Girardeau tomorrow on business If I get to a stopping point this spring or summer I will send for you.
Please send me a longer letter when you get this Letter with stamped cover postmarked Cape Girardeau, MO. Scarce Adams express stamp, no value assigned We trust in that ruling power that doth all things well.
We have changed camps since I wrote you last we are now on the Railroad nearer to town than before. I was in town and got a letter from Frederick [brother] as he is near Iuka, Alabama. I have no way at present to send money home but I may soon.
Two long pages in ink from Lt. Kendall to his wife Rovilla. I am quite sick, we moved camp four miles yesterday and tried to march but gave out, I stopped at a house and nearly stayed all day I have got the neuralgia in my head and it is the first time I have every had it - do not want it again!
The surgeon gave me some medicine and said I will soon get well. My Captain is chief of General Ross' staff and I am in command of the company.
I intend to resign if my health does not get better Via Cairo, General Ross' Division His health is improving, no chance of him coming home on a leave of absence, he feels the end of the war is not far distant maybe April or May Two large pages in ink to his wife Rovilla by Lt.
Powers, the Sutler is going to start for home today and he will take some money for you, we are moving so much I do not know how long we will stay here, if we stay here I can send for you if you are not afraid to come alone.
Powers can take you and come up to Louisville for you. He is a married man and a gentleman and you will be perfectly safe with him.
Another officer has sent for his wife so you will have company, be ready when Mr. Powers comes for you Two large pages in ink with hand carried cover addressed to Louisville, Illinois, to his wife Rovilla from Lt.
I am writing a few lines before I leave Memphis, it is rumored we are going to Greenville, MS, miles above Vicksburg, I went out to the regiment yesterday, the tents are struck and loaded, came back to Memphis and proceeded getting things aboard, the regiment came in yesterday PM, I have been busy with rations, forage, ammunition, guns, tents, clothing for the regiment and we are about ready to start, soon I will let you know my new addressPublished continually since , "NEWS YOU CAN USE" was a Blog before "Blog" was even a word!
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This is a different spin on the classic Turkey in Disguise project. Students not only disguise their turkey printout (included), but they also write a persuasive letter to Farmer Fred urging him not to eat turkey anymore! This is my most popular homework project of the year and the turkeys look amazing on our bulletin board!