United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Presumed to be the calling card of Edwin B. Perkins, whose father, Edwin F. Perkins, died in 1864 while serving in the 2nd Conn. Volunteer Heavy Artillery, Co. A, during the Civil War.
Guild and Stevens families papers
Photographs, correspondence, and other items related to the Guild family of Milton, Litchfield, Conn., and the Stevens family of Bethlehem, Conn. Some papers also relate to the Lindley family of Ansonia, Conn. Primary correspondents include Penfield Guild (1832-1901), his sister Mary Guild Stevens (1816- ), and her husband James Stevens (1812- ).
Hall family collection
The papers of Norman Hall (1805-1852) a son William J. Hall (1839-1912) and a granddaughter Florence Hall Perkins and her husband Willis O. Perkins, residents of Milton, a part of Litchfield, consisting of deeds and an estate inventory. The papers of William also contain a certificate of exemption from service during the Civil War and related documents. To see a partial inventory of the papers, click "Show Digital Content Links" at left and then "Hall Family Collection inventory."
Hall Family Collection inventory
Digital Object ID ##6bpq5c
Johnston's Brigade battle reports
Reports of ammunition expended and casualties in Johnston's Brigade, Early's Division, 2nd Corps (Confederate States of America army) in engagements occurring in July through September 1864. Also includes battle reports of the 12th and 23rd North Carolina Troops.
Dwight C. Kilbourn collection
Myron E. Kilbourn letter
Kilbourn writes to the friends of the Library Association from Alexandria, Va., during the Civil War about heading for the front soon, being a soldier, health, and weather. Photocopy.
Ladies Benevolent Society of Northfield secretary's books and Soldier's Aid Association minutes
Legal notations and newspaper clippings scrapbook
Contains notes and news clippings relating to case law, speeches, and events regarding slavery and the Civil War.
Abraham Lincoln note
A small note from A. Lincoln to L. Wessells, pro marshal 4th Dist Conn. for the release of John H. Bostwick of Salisbury, a deserter from the draft.