James Austin Letter
Identifier: AC 008-P
Scope and Content
Collection consists of one photocopy of a letter from Austin to his brother telling of his experiences as a soldier camped at Abiquiu, New Mexico, in 1846.
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Austin was a United States Army soldier with General Price's troops in New Mexico who was killed in the Taos Revolt of 1847.
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- Guide to the James Austin Letter, 1846
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- Finding aid is in English
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