Title: [Letter of 1865 July 27]
African American families
William Still writes to his mother, telling her he attends Sunday School every Sunday, has picked about 20 quarts of berries with his aunt, uncle, and an adult friend, and has gone shooting with Ike. He asks his mother to tell him how his pigeons are doing and to feed any young ones a teaspoon of buckwheat.
Number of Pages: 2
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Repository: Temple University Libraries, Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection
Digital Collection: William Still Collection
Digital Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Libraries
Document ID: BMS010X0027