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Browsing Sesquicentennial Civil War Documents Project by Title

Browsing Sesquicentennial Civil War Documents Project by Title

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  • Underwood, John C. (2011-06-15)
    Letter from Virginia District Judge, John C. Underwood to Colonel Devereaux shich states: "Dear Sir, The bearer Mr. Haight desires to go to Fairfax C (ourt) . H(ouse). Vienna to look up testimony in the confiscation cases ...
  • Young, John M. (2011-06-15)
    Letter to Rosetta Young from husband John M. Young. Young describes the Union Army as "large, but all wore out" as a result of the war up to then. He describes the weather, difficulty in sleeping on the ground, and the ...
  • Young, John M. (2011-06-15)
    Letter to Rosetta Young and Children from husband and father John M. Young. Young, a Union Army soldier, writes from his camp near Fallmouth, Virginia. Fallmouth is just across the Rapahannock River from Fredericksburg. ...
  • Young, John M. (2011-06-15)
    Letter to Rosetta Young from husband John M. Young. Young describes his life in the Army at this point. He mentions that as a sageant, he is paid $17/month. His unit had seen battle and lost several men in a recent action. ...
  • Young, John M. (2011-06-15)
    Letter to Rosetta Young from husband John M. Young. Young describes his unit's experiences in action at Fredericksburg.
  • Young, John M. (2011-06-15)
    Letter to Rosetta Young from husband John M. Young. Young describes the Union Army as "large, but all wore out" as a result of the war up to then. He describes the weather, difficulty in sleeping on the ground, and the ...
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Letter from Robert Johnstone affirming Alexander Haight's loyalty to the Union and insuring his protection by Union soldiers.
  • Haight, Alexander (2011-06-15)
    Letter from Julius Stahel certifying Alexander Haight to be loyal to the Union army.
  • Unknown (2011-06-15)
    Hand colored wood engraving depicting a view of the Potomac river from the vantage point of the Chain Bridge in Virginia.
  • Forbes, Edwin (2011-06-15)
    Hand colored wood engraving depicting the ruins of Manassas Junction. Measures 8 2/3" x 13 1/3".
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton describes his journey from Strasburg, Virginia, to a camp near Woodstock, Virginia, during which he meets up with his unit, the 62nd Ohio Volunteers. Also ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-10)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton dicusses Robert E. Lees imminent, Joseph Johnston's possible, surrender to Federal forces and the prospect of being released by the Army to return home. He also ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-10)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton describes his regiment's boisterous celebration upon hearing the news that general Robert E. Lee surrendered.
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton discusses traveling from outside Woodstock, Virginia, to outside New Market, Virginia, during which a skirmish with Colonel Ashby's cavalary occured. He also ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton mentions hardships the 62nd Ohio Volunteers regiment is facing including lack of supplies and poor living conditions. General "Stonewall" Jackson, Colonel Ashby, ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-10)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Writing from Nashville, Tennesee, Milton discusses the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, a homemade writing table he has made, and his distaste for the recent actions ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-10)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Upon setting up camp just outside of Nashville, Milton recalls how he was in this same location two and one-half years ago. As he and his fellow soldiers were dispirited ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton describes the train journey from Ohio to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. He mentions places where they stopped including his hometown of Barnsville, Ohio as ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-10)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. Milton dicusses the fall of both Richmond and Petersburg VA to the Union Army. He also discusses General Robert E. Lees retreat from Richmond southwestward to unite ...
  • Barnes, Milton (2011-05-03)
    Letter to Rhoda Barnes from her husband Milton Barnes. In this letter Milton describes his time in Winchester and leaving there on foot and traveling south. He depicts the Shenandoah valley and the people he sees there.

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