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Flags that represented the Southern state among 1861 and 1865 and the background of nationwide, nation, and army flags.

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27 I would like very much to spend the summer on the Island but I expect that Virginia is the place for the summer and perhaps forever. , Aunt Annie and Nan. Remember me to all the boys and old D... 00. I must stop as you will get tired of reading such trash. Wragg. Direct to care Johnston Younger and Otey, Richmond, Va. I can’t tell when or where we will go the letters will be forwarded to me. June 20–July 2. Troops at Winchester. ” Johnston’s army, totaling 10,654, forms four brigades. The second brigade, led by Francis Bartow, consists of the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Georgia, First Kentucky, and battery of Captain E.

Private Wragg writes from Winchester. S. 30 The OLI, Company B, and the Eighth Georgia Infantry 31 My dear Papa: I have just received your letter the 22nd June and the check on the Farmers Bank of Virginia and am very much oblige to you for it. We are still stationed at Winchester but can’t tell how long we will remain here troops arrive here daily and we expect to fight with Cadwalader and Paterson who are now four miles this side of Martinsberg at our old campground. I don’t know if we will make the attack or receive it.

He urged his family to send him a trunk full of clothes, only to have to leave it behind. 16 Although the battle in which Thomas Wragg fought, and to which he was a witness, was a victory for the Confederates, it was due not only to the skills of the Confederate commanders—Generals J. E. Johnston and Pierre Beauregard—but also, in no small measure, to timing and luck. The Confederates were outnumbered and outgunned, but the Union troops failed to be in the right place at the right time, and their initial overconfidence was their greatest weakness.

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