United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
John W. Shaw letters
Six letters written by John W. Shaw to "Sir" during the Civil War from Alexandria, Va., and camp nearby. He reports on his health, his leg wound, his activities, and his strong desire to go home.
Letter, Rufus Smith to Quartermaster General
Letter from Rufus Smith to an unnamed quartermaster general agreeing to transport all merchandise sent to Litchfield Station for the 19th Connecticut volunteeers quartered at Litchfield, Connecticut, including wood, wooden boards, scanthing (sic), and rye.
Special town meeting minutes
Minutes of special meetings of the town of Litchfield, Conn., held to address matters related to the Civil War. Typed transcipt also included.
Caroline Stoddard Newcomer papers
Stoddard family papers
Alva Stone letters
This collection is primarily comprised of letters written from Stone to his wife and daughter during his service in the Union army during the Civil War.
George Dwight Stone letter
Stone writes to the Friends of the Library Association from Alexandria, Va., about events which have recently taken place in camp there. Photocopy.
Edgar B. Van Winkle collection
Luman Wadhams Civil War appointments and discharge
Three appointments and one discharge of Luman Wadhams.
John D. Wheeler letter
Wheeler writes to his uncle from a tent on the green in New Haven, Conn., about volunteering to serve in the Civil War, the draft, slavery, and other wartime topics.