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United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 84th


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

84th Indiana Volunteer Regiment monument collection

 Collection — Folder: S2611
Identifier: S2611
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photocopies of letters and other documents relating to the transfer of the monument of the 84th Indiana located 1 ½ mile east of McAfee Church, in Catoosa County, Georgia, to the spot at the Chickamauga Park, which the regiment occupied on September 19, 1863. Attached to the April 22, 1910 letter from the engineer of the park is a copy of the War Department rules about monuments in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park. That one-page printed sheet is dated...
Dates: 1910-1911

Harry T. Semens letters

 Collection — Folder: S1932
Identifier: S1932
Scope and Contents This collection contains six photocopied letters and note transmitting those letters to Eleanor (a grand-daughter of Henry T. Semans). The letters are dated from September 8, 1864 to October 30, 1865. Besides affairs of camp life and family relations (including a specific request for food stuffs to be mailed from Henry T. Semans’ parents), the letters make reference to Hood and his army and the destruction of eight or ten miles of railroad, accomplished by the burning of ties. The actions of...
Dates: ca. 1862-1865

J. B. Gilberts collection

 Collection — Folder: S0513
Identifier: S0513
Scope and Contents This collection includes a diary from J. B. Gilberts in Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, and other places, ranging from August 8, 1862 to July 4, 1865 regarding military life and his experiences during the U.S. Civil War. There is also a map entitled “Battlefields of The Civil War” published by the National Geographic Magazine, April 1961 and an undated photograph of Gilbert as an old man, taken at Maxwell & Estell studio in Richmond, Indiana.
Dates: 1862-1865

Nathan Hiatt Civil War letters

 Collection — Folder: S2918
Identifier: S2918
Scope and Contents This collection contains 5 photocopied letters from Nathan Hiatt to his sister Sabina in Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, and the United States ranging from 1862 to 1863, with handwritten translations by Kenneth A. Boomer of Indianapolis, Indiana. Other items in the collection include Boomer’s list of men in Company A, mentioned in Hiatt’s letters, and what happened to them and a copy of the adjutant general’s certificate giving official evidence of the enlistment, service and death of Nathan...
Dates: 1862-1863