Thomas RICHARDS Shares Story of Battle
Civil War news from the 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 24, 1893

NOTE: This was part of a series of reprints of Civil War stories that was run by the Inquirer. This news item was originally published in the Inquirer on June 24, 1862.

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