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In response to a letter dated November 29, Montgomery informs Stearns that "Uncle Sam has stolen all my late corrispondence [sic]. I suppose he thinks he will find some Treason in it:--He is welcome to all he can find." Much of the news about his activities and intention, insists Montgomery, is simply newspaper talk. "'Montgomery's Band' is a myth. Montgomery's men are the people, and Montgomery himself is one [of] them." He is very interested in getting the press back East to inform the public of "the real state of affairs here."

Creator: Montgomery, James, 1814-1871
Date: December 14, 1860

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Item Number: 90090
Call Number: George L. Stearns Coll. #507
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 90090

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