From John A. Bushnell to Eugenia Bronaugh

Title: From John A. Bushnell to Eugenia Bronaugh
Creator: John A. Bushnell
Description: On October 26, 1864, John A. Bushnell writes from Calhoun, Missouri to Eugenia Bronaugh in Hickory Grove, Missouri. John refers to a fight “at Clinton yesterday,” and adds that several local men have joined the Confederates; John himself has been “sworn and paroled.” John predicts that “bands of men” will soon be “robbing and plundering” on the order of Bushwhackers and other groups. He advises Eugenia to hide her valuables and “any letters you do not want read” in case her house is searched. John writes of hearing rumors about the whereabouts of General Price’s army.
Date original: October 26, 1864
Person: Sterling Price
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: Bushnell Papers, Box 1: Correspondence: Folder 18
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