Two typescripts (copy) of David Edward Cronin's history of the occupation of Williamsburg during the Civil War entitled "The Vest Mansion, its Historical and Romantic Associations as Confederate and Union Headquarters, 1862-1865." 302 pp.
Cronin served as Provost Marshall during the occupation. The Vest Mansion served as headquarters. Original is in the New-York Historical Society.
Parke Rouse's pencilling of the copy is evident in the manuscript.
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David Edward Cronin's wrote a history of the occupation of Williamsburg during the Civil War entitled "The Vest Mansion." He served as Provost Marshall during the occupation. The Vest Mansion served as headquarters. He was a Major. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
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