Friday January 8, 1864

Mississipi River, north of Columbus, Kentucky

The Mississippi River is full of floating ice. With the utmost difficulty we make our way through it, for hours floating in the midst of immense cakes, that chafe and grind our boat so that at times we are in danger of sinking.

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