"No firing all night, the Yanks still carrying off their dead. We are ordered to clean the ground in the rear of our breastworks, and make preparations for a regular camp ground, and everything looks like we were going to stay here always. There is still a cessation in our front, but our pickets are still at their posts. They talk across the lines, and occasionally exchange news papers, and our men give them Tobacco for Coffee."
One of Cleburne's Command; the Diary of Samuel T. Foster, Edited by Norman D. Brown
Where do you get reproduced period newspapers for LH camp use, or trading with the Yanks, scenarios?