Gilman Marston, Washington D.C., to M. Lovering, 1863 July 1, LetterManuscript Mss 863401.1

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Gilman Marston, Washington D.C., to M. Lovering, 1863 July 1, Letter

Call Number:

Manuscript Mss 863401.1

Collection Dates:

1863 July 1

Size of Collection:

1 leaf; 25 x 20 cm.

Access to Collection:


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Use Restrictions

Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.

Introduction to the Collection

Letter to [M?] Lovering describing Marston's movements in the days leading up to the battle at Gettysburg, PA. Marston encounters outgoing Army of the Potomac Commander Major General Joseph Hooker in Frederick, MD and accompanies him and his staff on their travels back to Baltimore.

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