From Maurice E. Pitcher to Mr. Colgan

Title: From Maurice E. Pitcher to Mr. Colgan
Description: On November 6, 1864, Maurice E. Pitcher writes from Independence, Missouri to Mr. Colgan. Pitcher states that he saw Colgan's son Willie on October 21 when he came into Missouri with Gen. Price's army: "he is looking quite well…he had no appearance of being 'one of Price's starved to death, rag-muffins.'" He says that Price's men "had a series of battles from little blue (in this county) until within a few miles of Fort Scott, and you may well imagine they had a series of successes."
Date original: November 6, 1864
Person: Sterling Price
Owning organization: Harry S. Truman Library and Museum
Document Type: letter
Publication Statement: Colgan and Bruner Families Papers, Box 1
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