Skip to main content

United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 30th (1861-1864)


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

30th Indiana Infantry Regiment Civil War reunion ribbons

 Collection — Folder: S2880
Identifier: S2880
Scope and Contents The collection consists of five ribbons used in the reunion celebrations of 30th Indiana Regiment veterans in 1903, 1905, and 1908.
Dates: 1903-1908

David Hutchinson papers

 Collection — Folder: S707
Identifier: S0707
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters from David Hutchinson, official documents of affirmation from A. G. Smith and M. M. Daily , court documents, official documents from Oliver P. Morton, official document from United States Army offices, a will, a typed transcript of a letter by S. Aug. Arnold, and a diploma in Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Tennessee and Washington, D.C., ranging from 1836 to 1896 regarding professional accreditations, military service, pension and family and business...
Dates: 1836-1896

Herschel Jasper Warner letter

 Collection — Folder: S1363
Identifier: S1363
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a typed copy of the letter which Herschel Jasper Warner wrote to his little sister Cloe from "Camp near Nashville and the Insane Asylum 1862." He wrote: "we have just drawed five days racions of sugar and Chancy is dealing it out to his men." He told about picket duty. "I have never felt the lest bit afraid when I was on post, away off in wood. Did not know what moment there might [be] a reble slip up and lay we cold. We go from three to five miles from camp." He told...
Dates: 1862

Shepardson family papers

Identifier: S2696
Scope and Contents The collection includes Otis Shepardon's land and business documents from Vermont and LaGrange County (1819-1843); letters of Pliny and Lorenzo Dow Shepardson from Washington and Oregon (1855-1872); Samuel Shepardson's Civil War letters from Kentucky and Tennessee (1861-1864); Elijah Shepardson's letters from St. Louis (1867-1893); Susan Freligh's letters home while visiting Washington and Oregon (1896-1897) and a printed family history.
Dates: 1819-1907