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Letter, April 1862, of Grace Totten Stevens, Charleston, to Union General [John Ellis] Wool
Letter, April 1862, of Grace Totten Stevens, Charleston, to Union General [John Ellis] Wool requests that he allow the forwarding of a package sent to her by her mother. She had been told that the package was considered contraband and would not be sent across enemy lines.

Stevens claimed that the package contained only a pair of boots, velvet ribbon, and a belt for herself and therefore should not be considered contraband. The letter also makes reference to Wool's acquaintance with Stevens' father.


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