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The war has finally finished and we the union are victorious. We have got general lee to surrender so now the states are together and all the slaves are now free. We have all the weapons and the land, but the south has got meals for there health because they were very low on food and were staving. After the war president Lincoln was shot at a show. Which you probably know because the president was killed and now we are trying to catch the killer. So I will be going back to see you soon.

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