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Corydon P. Pierce collection

 Collection — Folder: S1062
Identifier: 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...

Edward S. Scott journal

 Collection — Folder: S1154
Identifier: S1154
Scope and Contents The collection includes a signed, typed transcript of Edward S. Scott’s journal, February 9-18, 1864, describing his attempted escape from Libby Prison in Richmond Virginia through the Yankee tunnel with over 100 other prisoners of war.

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