From the Portland (Maine) Daily Eastern Argus, 10/20/1865, p. 2, c. 1

Complaints have reached Richmond that every morning gangs of negroes from Chimborazo Hospital tear up the track and trestle work of the York River Railroad, in order to get firewood to burn. The directors and stockholders of the road are opposed to the action of the colored population, and have taken steps to stop it.

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