L. H. Hubbard things about his future after returning from the war.

Upon leaving the service, I design to return to Minnesota and after attending to some matters of business there, hope to pay you all a visit. I hardly know what occupation I may choose upon leaving the army, but have little fear but that some opening will present itself in Minnesota sufficient to employ my energies.

Source: N. B. Martin, “Letters of a Union Officer: L. F. Hubbard and the Civil War,” Minnesota History, Sept. 1957, p. 319.



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