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Ransom W. Towle to Rufus and Sebra Towle

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Title: Ransom W. Towle to Rufus and Sebra Towle

Author

  • Towle, Ransom W., d. 1864

Recipient

  • Towle, Sebra

Source Document

Extent: 4 pages

Date Created: March 29, 1862

Description

Writing from Newport News (Virginia?) topics include the journey from Alexandria to his new camp, mentions the destruction of Hampton, Va. by the Confederates, the "concentration of troops" for the possible purpose of advancing into Va. and the inefficiency of the Quarter Master resulting in the soldiers going hungry for a week. He makes reference to passing gun boats, gives a brief description and impression of the "renowned" Monitor (Ironclad) and Fort Monroe.

Genre(s): correspondence

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Language(s): English

Note [Digital Version]

2011-05-06, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Type of Resource: text

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Requests to reproduce this item should be sent to Vermont Historical Society Library, vhs-library@state.vt.us. For more information, see http://cdi.uvm.edu/about/rights.
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Ransom W. Towle to Rufus and Sebra Towle, Vermont Historical Society Library, Barre, Vermont, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/cwvhsTowleRansom17 (accessed October 01, 2014)

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