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Ransom W. Towle to Family and Friends

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Title: Ransom W. Towle to Family and Friends

Author

  • Towle, Ransom W., d. 1864

Source Document

Extent: 3 pages

Date Created: January 29, 1862

Description

Towle writes to parents and friends from Camp Griffin in Virginia about foraging for wood by tearing down fences, desolation of the countryside due to the war, Southerners pretending Union sympathies so as to not be driven from their homes, of the mud, and of making a pipe for smoking from the root of a Laurel tree.

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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Ransom W. Towle to Family and Friends, Vermont Historical Society Library, Barre, Vermont, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/cwvhsTowleRansom08 (accessed April 24, 2014)

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