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Anna Dummett, an ardent supporter of the Confederacy and resident of St. Augustine's 1861 poem. She describes the forming of troops and elicits scenes of battle, ending every verse with, "To arms! To arms!"

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Clarissa Anderson's 1863 letter to her son, Andrew Anderson, describing Mrs. Joseph Lee Smith's decision to remain in the city, a cold front, and Confederate deserters arriving in St. Augustine. The deserter arrives with rumors of a large-scale…

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Confederate St. Augustine resident, H.B. Jenckes' 1862 letter to Mary Martha Reid. She details the food shortages affecting Confederate St. Augustine and foreshadows its Union occupation, writing, "I dread to hear. I think our prospect blackens."

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