For those in the field of American Civil War history, I have four recently acquired letters that were written by my Great-Great Grandfather while he was imprisoned in Andersonville in May of 1864. His name was Lowry Titus. With the efforts of my mother these past few months, Lowry Titus is now on his way to being in the official records as a prisoner in Andersonville during the Civil war (who was not listed before). The letters are important to our family but their content should no longer be restricted to just our family. Those who are interested in reading these four short letters that Lowry Titus wrote while in prison please contact me. Those who can tell me what else I could do so that more people could have access to these letters also contact me.
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