The Resource Materials copied and compiled by Thelma Savage in 1959

Materials copied and compiled by Thelma Savage in 1959

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Language
eng
Summary
Reminiscences of Emma Wood Richardson, recalling her life in City Point (Hopewell), Hampton, and Richmond, Virginia. Richardson describes her families experiences during the Civil War and provides a description of her mother, Susan David Hicks Wood, and father, Robert Clement Wood. Richardson's father hauled supplies for the Confederate Army and Richardson recounts his experiences and the price of supplies during the war. She also describes the houses in which her family lived, neighbors, the devastation of the countryside surrounding Richmond, family news, and a meeting with Union general Edward Hinks
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Biographical or historical data
Emma (Wood) Richardson (b. 1850), daughter of Robert Clement Wood (1804-1864) and Susan David Hicks Wood (1808-1872) of Hampton, Virginia.
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Vi
Form designation
Civil War Reminiscences
Label
Materials copied and compiled by Thelma Savage in 1959
Note
Materials copied and compiled by Thelma Savage in 1959
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
7
Immediate source of acquisition
Savage, Thelma P.
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000498598
Reproduction note
Photostats (negative).
Type of unit
leaves.

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