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United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 25th (1861-1865)

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Arthur White account statement

 Collection — Folder: S2231
Identifier: S2231
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account statement for pay and rations from the United States Army to assistant surgeon, Arthur White dated 1861/10/07.

Daniel Hughes papers

 Collection — Folder: S699
Identifier: S0699
Scope and Contents This collection includes a mimeographed of a typed transcript, a carbon copy of a typed page and a photocopied autographed page from Daniel Hughes and Claud McDaniel in Indiana, Texas and elsewhere ranging from 1861 to 1960 regarding Civil War, daily life in the army, furlough and a history of the 25th Regiment Indiana Volunteers.

Henry C. Barter discharge certificate

 Collection — Folder: S1836
Identifier: S1836
Scope and Contents This collection includes the Civil War discharge certificate of Henry C. Barter, drummer of Company F, 25th Indiana Regiment. Barter was discharged on August 18, 1864 and the certificate was given at Chattanooga, Tennessee and signed by 1st Lieutenant Robert G. Shannon on August 22, 1864. In the upper left corner, there is a "Bounty Paid" stamp by E.L. Moore, Paymaster of the United States, dated March 27, 1867.

O. V. Brown collection

 Collection
Identifier: L021
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Brown’s correspondence and other papers relating to his research on Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, southern Indiana, and Native American tribes from Indiana. The included Civil War letters pertain to Marion Thurman, Spencer County, from family members serving the 25th and 48th IN Regiments (1861–1865). Brown’s Abraham Lincoln research includes correspondence from 1837 to 1965, and includes speeches made by Lincoln, printed publications, and maps of Dale, Indiana (resting...