United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 99th (1862-1865)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Carl A. Zenor Civil War collection
Collection — Folder: S1957
Scope and Contents This collection contains American Civil War documents collected by Carl A. Zenor ranging from 1862 to 1963 and includes an incomplete copy of the Touch the Elbow Songster (1862); a typewritten transcript of a letter sent to Francis M. Busby of Lebanon, Indiana from Edward Reynolds at the headquarters of the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division near Atlanta, Georgia (July 31, 1864); a photocopy of an army pass granted to Busby to travel to Alabama and signed by Governor...
Corydon P. Pierce collection
Collection — Folder: S1062
Scope and Contents The first letter, from Corydon P. Pierce is written on March 17, 1863, to his wife, Sarah Pierce, while camped near LaGrange, Tennessee. Corydon describes how he assisted Benjamin Case in digging up his brother Hiram's corpse, and transporting the body to a train. The second letter is written by Angie Glazier of Crown Pointe, Indiana, who was the niece of Corydon P. Pierce. She writes that her uncle was a prisoner in Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia, and died shortly after being released...
Rodney Jeger diary
Collection — Folder: S2905
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of nine letters from Corporal Rodney Jeger, Company G, 99th Indiana Infantry, to his mother and sisters in New Elizabeth, Hendricks County, Indiana, ranging from 1863-1865 regarding small skirmishes, camp life, prices of supplies, and health conditions.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Rodney Jeger diary