United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 100th (1862-1865)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
50th, 83rd, 93rd, 97th and 100th Indiana Regiments Volunteer descriptive lists and accounts of pay and clothing
Collection — Folder: S2420
Scope and Contents This collection includes Volunteer Descriptive Lists and Account of Pay and Clothing forms for volunteers enlisted in the 50th, 83rd, 93rd, 97th or 100th Indiana Regiment. The majority of forms are for the 97th regiment. The forms include information on the volunteers name, rank, unit, hometown, occupation, physical description, muster information, pay information and clothing allotment.
Collection — Folder: S2665
Scope and Contents This collection contains a transcript of an original letter from Jacob Stoler to his mother. Stoler was located in College Hill, Mississippi at the time. The letter discusses the movements of the 100th Regiment, taking supplies from abandoned Confederate camps, and death and burial of soldiers. It is dated 1862/12/07.
Collection — Folder: S1045
Scope and Contents Collection includes three letters from James E. Pearce on January 10, 1864 while serving under General Sherman during the Civil War; to James E. Pearce from Christian Long on February 9, 1826; and to James E. Pearce from Lizzie Olinger with an unknown date. Lizzie Olinger's letter includes song lyrics.
Collection — Folder: S1134
Scope and Contents This collection includes a 44 page original handwritten memoir from Dr. Marden Sabin, born in Orland, Indiana, ranging from 1840 to 1867 regarding his service in the 100th Hundredth Indiana Regiment during the Civil War. Also included are three additional handwritten pagesof additional biographical information, including the citation: History of St. Joseph County, Michigan, by H.G. Cutler.
Collection — Folder: S1760
Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters written by William H. Seward while he served as United States Secretary of State. The first letter is dated November 22, 1865 and was sent to George P. March, U.S. Ambassador to Italy, as a letter of introduction for Governor Oliver P. Morton. The second letter is dated February 11, 1867 and was sent to Lieutenant Governor Conrad Baker, acting Governor of Indiana in the absence of Governor Morton, regarding Indiana's ratification of the 14th Amendment to the...
Dates: 1863 - 1867