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[Letter from Craig Alexander to Joseph A. Carroll, April 7, 1856]

[Letter from Craig Alexander to Joseph A. Carroll, April 7, 1856]

Date: April 7, 1856
Creator: Alexander, Craig
Description: Letter from Craig Alexander to Joseph A. Carroll telling him news from Missouri, and asking after Thomas, who went to western Texas and has disappeared.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Celia Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, December 28, 1863]

[Letter from Celia Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, December 28, 1863]

Date: December 28, 1863
Creator: Carroll, Celia J. Burrows
Description: Letter from Celia Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll asking him to come home soon so he can see his daughter. She mentions dresses she is making for herself, and promises that she will make him some clothes soon.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Edward B. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, January 13, 1856]

[Letter from Edward B. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, January 13, 1856]

Date: January 13, 1856
Creator: Carroll, Edward B.
Description: Letter from Edward B. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll. He discusses the winter weather in Missouri, as well as the health of the family.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Henry S. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, November 20, 1859]

[Letter from Henry S. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, November 20, 1859]

Date: November 20, 1859
Creator: Carroll, Henry S.
Description: Letter from Henry S. Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll relating the news from Louisiana. He mentions a burglary, the crops, and the schoolteacher.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Joseph Carroll to his son Joseph A. Carroll, July 12, 1860]

[Letter from Joseph Carroll to his son Joseph A. Carroll, July 12, 1860]

Date: July 12, 1860
Creator: Carroll, Joseph
Description: Letter from Joseph Carroll to his son Joseph A. Carroll telling him news of the family in Louisiana, Missouri, and asking many questions about what Carroll is doing in Texas. He also discusses politics in Missouri, and the presidential race between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Joseph Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, August 27, 1856]

[Letter from Joseph Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, August 27, 1856]

Date: August 27, 1856
Creator: Carroll, Joseph
Description: Letter from Joseph Carroll to his son Joseph A. Carroll asking him to come visit Louisiana soon. He also discusses a recent Democratic election.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Joseph Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, February 19, 1856]

[Letter from Joseph Carroll to Joseph A. Carroll, February 19, 1856]

Date: February 19, 1856
Creator: Carroll, Joseph
Description: Letter from Joseph Carroll to his son Joseph A. Carroll telling him that Carroll does not need to be repaid the money he gave his son to move to Texas. He also mentions that he is in better health.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Last Page from a Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

[Last Page from a Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

Date: 186u
Creator: Carroll, Joseph A.
Description: Last page of a letter from Joseph A. Carroll to his wife Celia Carroll asking her to send him something that he can't get from the government.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

[Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

Date: 186u
Creator: Carroll, Joseph A.
Description: Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to his wife Celia Carroll telling her he thinks the campaign will end soon.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
[Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

[Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll]

Date: 186u
Creator: Carroll, Joseph A.
Description: Letter from Joseph A. Carroll to Celia Carroll, the first page of which is missing. He discusses some of the men he knows who have deserted the Confederate Army to join the Union.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of Jim McDermott
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