United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 14th (1861-1864)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
File — Folder: S016
Scope and Contents This collections contains letters (copy) written by Amory K. Allen to his wife during the Civil War. They were photo statically copied in 1935 by the Indiana State Library and were published in the Indiana Magazine of History in December of that same year. In these letters, Allen tells his wife about life as a soldier. In his last letter, he complains of a shoulder wound he received while serving in the Union Army. He also briefly mentions the death of President Lincoln, and how he had been...
Collection — Folder: S2503
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies and typed transcriptions of Civil War letters and documents written by and about Henry Clay Loveland and his parents, Ebenezer and Jane. The first item is an 1850 certificate of membership to the American Legal Association for Ebenezer P. Loveland. On April 27, 1862, Clay wrote to his family from Pittsburg Landing, where the Battle of Shiloh had been fought on April 7 and 8. He arrived after the fighting. Their trip from St. Louis took 75 hours. He tells...
Collection — Folder: S1080
Scope and Contents In this collection, there are three typed items, none of which are dated. The first two items are letters from George A. Graff, Company F., 14th Indiana Volunteers Regiment, written to "Friend William," probably William Preston, brother of Margaret. The first letter, from camp near Elk Run, Virginia, states: "you speak about the battle of Gettysburg as being of more importance to us than Antietam. I do not think it was for the reason that we did not attack them and drive them, but as to...