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Morys Haggar, born in England, writes in 1863 in Jefferson, Texas, that the Confederate Army could avoid waste by investing in portable sheet iron kitchens, similar to ones used in the Crimean war.
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Confederate Soldiers - TX
›Thirty-second Cavalry (Fifteenth Cavalry, Crump's Battalion, Mounted Volunteers
›Haggar, Marys (33)
Source: The National Archives
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