|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Date||April 11, 1862|
|Scope & Content||
Robert E. Lee to Gen. J. R. Anderson, April 11, 1862
Physical Appearance: With this letter dated April 11, 1862, Lee reports to Gen. J. R. Anderson of the whereabouts of Generals Ewell, Jackson, and J. Johnston. Lee also confides that a secret agent reports that the enemy force opposite Fredericksburg "has been much exaggerated."
|Creator||Lee, Robert E., Gen.|
Lee, Robert E.
Anderson, Joseph Reid