More of the troops in Virginia to be mustered out

January 5, 1866

Summary

The withdrawal of more Union troops from Virginia encourage southerners looking to repair ties with the Union.

Transcription

Major-General Terry, commanding the Department of Virginia, acting under instructions from Major-General Meade, has directed the immediate muster-out of the Second Pennsylvania heavy artillery and the Eight Maine volunteer infantry.
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Justin Barlow

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“More of the troops in Virginia to be mustered out,” Reconstructing Virginia, accessed September 22, 2017, https://reconstructingvirginia.richmond.edu/items/show/11.