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Richard Graham, Dumfries, Va., to Leven Powell, Loudoun Co., Va.., 1777 February 20

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 17
Identifier: id22720

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Transportation of cloth and tailors, as well as 17 lbs. of flour; military action detailed, including that of Cornwallis' Army, and a traitor, Col. Buckner, with General Washington's troops, who was tried and condemned to be shot; 300 to 400 slaves were taken from Gloucester, Lancaster, and Northumberland counties, Va. by ships in the Bay, which indicates that the British plan...


  • Creation: 1777 February 20


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From the Collection: 0.85 Linear Feet


From the Collection: English