Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Private Priggin” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6.:
Sickness developed in the camp and blues were the order of the day.
In December, Wagoner Kiley, of Co. E, died of typhoid fever.
His body was sent home and buried with military honors.
Private Priggin went home about that time on account of sickness.
In February there were more ill than at any time during the term of enlistment.
The arrival of new tents, letters from home, which had been delay...
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