IN STEREOTYPICAL RACIST FASHION, a Union soldier reports on his movements toward the southern war zone and his impressions of the status of enslaved and free African Americans and the poor white working classes, in an autograph letter to his wife, 21 October 1861, written on board the Steamer Baltic as it transported Union troops southward from Annapolis, Maryland, to Fortress Monroe in Virginia. On board the steamer Baltic

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