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THOMAS A. NICHOLSON 

LETTERS, 1861 

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Inventory of the Thomas A. Nicholson Letters, 1861 

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Descriptive Summary 

Repository 

Southern Historical Collection 

Creator 

Nicholson, Thomas A. 



Title 



Thomas A. Nicholson Letters, 1861 



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Language of Materials 

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Abstract 

Thomas A Nicholson joined the Stonewall Brigade (Company D of the 2nd Virginia 
Infantry Regiment) at Winchester, Va., on 18 July 1861. After brief stays at Harper's Ferry, Va., 
and Manassas Hospital, he spent much of what is known of the rest of his military career at Camp 
Centerville, Va. He does not appear on the muster rolls for his unit after December 1861. The 
collection consists of five letters of Virginia Civil War soldier Thomas A. Nicholson to his mother 
and sister, May-November 1861, while Nicholson was serving in the Stonewall Brigade. The 
letters discuss various aspects of military life; Nicholson's stay in Manassas hospital; his desire to 
meet the Union Army in battle; and his unit's prospective move to winter quarters at Winchester, 
Va., in the Shenandoah Valley. 

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Administrative Information 

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Alternate Form of Material 

Microfilm copy (filmed July 2005) available. 
Reel 1: Entire collection 

Acquisitions Information 

Received from the McGowan Book Company of Chapel Hill, N.C., in December 
1999 (Ace. 98520). 

Processing Information 

Processed by: John Foster, November 2000 
Encoded by: John Foster, November 2000 
Revisions: Finding aid updated in May 2005 by Nancy Kaiser. 
Funding from the Watson-Brown Foundation, Inc., supported the microfilming of this 
collection. 

Preferred Citation 

[Identification of item], in the Thomas A. Nicholson Letters #5006-z. Southern 
Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

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Camp Centerville (Va.)- 

Confederate States of America. Army-Military life. 

Confederate States of America. Army-Hospitals. 

Confederate States of America. Army. Stonewall Brigade. 

Nicholson, Thomas A. 

Soldiers-Confederate States of America— Correspondence. 

Virginia-History-Civil War, 1861-1865. 

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Biographical Note 

Thomas A. Nicholson joined the Confederate Army at Winchester, Va., on 18 July 1861. He 
served in the Stonewall Brigade (Company D, 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment). In September 
1861, he spent time in Manassas Hospital with an ankle injury and complaints of weakness and 
chest pain. By the end of that month, he had rejoined his unit and was anxious to see combat. His 
letters originate from Camp Centerville, Va., and discuss the prospect that his unit was to be sent 
to winter quarters at Winchester, Va., in the Shenandoah Valley. Nicholson does not appear on the 
muster rolls for the Stonewall Brigade after December 1861. 

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Collection Overview 

The collection consists of five letters of Virginia Civil War soldier Thomas A. Nicholson to his 
mother and sister, May-November 1861, while Nicholson was serving in the Stonewall Brigade 
(Company D, 2nd Virginia Infantry Regiment). The letters discuss various aspects of military life; 
Nicholson's stay in Manassas Hospital; his desire to meet the Union Army in battle; and his unit's 
prospective move to winter quarters at Winchester, Va., in the Shenandoah Valley. 



Detailed Description of the Collection 

Letters, 1861. 

5 items. 

Arrangement: chronological. 

Folder 1 

Letters 

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