United States. Army. Indiana Cavalry Regiment, 7th (1863-1866)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S0790
Collection — Folder: S1853
Scope and Contents This collection includes pages 225-255 from Clement R. Stahan's copy of the revised edition of Manual of the Civil War and Key to the Grand Army of the Republic and Kindred Societies, a book written by J. Worth Carnahan and published by the U.S. Army and Navy Historical Association in 1899. The collection includes an army discharge certificate filled out by Strahan with information regarding his February 18, 1866 discharge (p.225); an unused honorable discharge...
Collection — Folder: S1346
Scope and Contents This 10-page manuscript entitled "Franklin Was A Unionman," was typed by Miss Alma Shufflebarger, Box 117, Bastian, Virginia, on February 27, 1961. She included Franklin's letters and diary entries along with her own narrative. Miss Shufflebarger kept the original spelling and punctuation in Franklin's letters to his wife as well as his diary entries. Franklin disagreed with the Southern states, but nevertheless enlisted in the Confederate Army. More than once, Franklin deserted, stayed home...
Collection — Folder: S179
Scope and Contents This collection includes one copy of a letter from James H. Dixon of Montgomery Township, Jennings County, Indiana from Lafayette, Tennessee on April 16, 1865 regarding his supper, the death of President Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, the end of the U.S. Civil War, and family matters.
Collection — Folder: S1446
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of six letters sent to Rufus E. and Mary Dalrymple Andrews during the Civil War. Mary's brother John W. Dalrymple sent her the following letters while serving with Company I, 74th Indiana Regiment: May 7, 1863 from Lavergne, Tennessee, February 2, 1964 from Chattanooga, Tennessee and September 12, 1864 from camp near Atlanta, Georgia. Rufus received a September 20, 1863 letter sent by Asbury C. Gerard from Camp Shanks, Indianapolis following his muster into...