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Cassandra Small, Letters of ’63

A Scarce Gettysburg Gem




In Letters of ’63, Cassandra M. Small printed her on-the-spot account of the Confederate invasion of Pennsylvania.

Small wrote a series of letters to her cousin, chronicling the visit to York by General Jubal Early and his division, as well as Confederate cavalry. Stories of the civilians and their interactions with invading Confederates make this a particularly interesting primary source.

Owner inscription in pen on front flyleaf. Lightly chipped at extremities; else very good. Quite scarce!

Small, Cassandra M. Letters of ’63. Written in York, Pennsylvania, During the Occupation of That Town by Confederates Troops in the Summer of 1863. Detroit: Stair-Jordan-Baker, Inc., (1928). 46p., octavo.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 4 in