84th Indiana Volunteer Regiment monument collection
Scope and Contents
The Indianapolis News clipping is from the Saturday, January 21, 1911. The headline states, “Gen. Granger’s Clash with Sandy Brigade.” The subhead is, “Battle of Chickamauga Puts an End to Tense Situation.” The 3rd heading reads, “Comrades Get Snow’s Grave.” There is a picture identified as “Cabin on Chickamauga Field.”
1910 - Copies of 16 letters
Jan. 21, 1911 - Indianapolis News clipping headlined “Gen. Granger’s Clash with Sandy Brigade”
1911 - Copies of 4 letters
n.d. - Copies of 3 documents
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The 84th was mustered out of service on June 14, 1865, at Nashville, Tennessee, and arrived in Indianapolis on the 17th. They were honored by a public reception on the Statehouse lawn on June 26th. The 84th had 327 men and 22 officers at the end of the war.
Guide to Indiana Civil War Manuscripts by Ann Turner, Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission, 1965.
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