Letter from William Gustin Lowry to Rhoda Stone Lowry, April 18, 1862
Letter sent by William Gustin Lowry (Gus) to his mother Rhoda Stone Lowry from Camp Winfield Scott, Virginia. Gus reports that he is doing well and that his company has captured its first Confederate flag. He also discusses the the Army's system of paymen
MG130 Box 2 1862 April 18 (Mother)
Yorktown (Va.), History, Siege, 1862, Personal narratives. Lowry, William Gustin, 1836-1863, Correspondence. Lowry, William Gustin, 1836-1863, Military service. United States, History, Civil War, 1861-1865, Personal narratives. United States. Army. Penn
Lowry, William Gustin, "Letter from William Gustin Lowry to Rhoda Stone Lowry, April 18, 1862" (2019). Indiana, Pennsylvania in the Civil War. 41.
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