United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 469 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1062
Scope and Contents This collection comprises two letters and a hand-drawn map (all of which are laminated) from Corydon P. Pierce in Tennessee in 1863 and Angie Glazier in Crown Point, Indiana, regarding Pierce's service in the Union Army and imprisonment in Libby Prison.The first letter was from Corydon P. Pierce to his wife, Sarah Pierce on March 17, 1863, while camped near LaGrange, Tennessee, describing how he assisted Benjamin Case in digging up his brother Hiram's corpse, and transporting the...
Dates: 1863, undated
Collection — Folder S3109
Scope and Contents The collection includes a typescript family history entitled "Curtis Family History." The history begins in the year 1763 with Lottie Relander's great-great grandfather, who lived in Virginia in the early 1770s, and concludes with the 1870 marriage of Mary Gregg, Lottie Relander's mother, to Charles Relander, an immigrant from Sweden living in Danville, Indiana. Prominent family names mentioned in the history are Curtis, Sanders, Kirkendall, Reed, Ross, King, Stapp, and Relander. The family...
Scope and Contents The collection includes 44 original Civil War letters from Griffin to his wife, Mary Compton, in New Albany, Indiana, and photostat family letters from before the war. The collection also includes typed transcripts of 277 of his Civil War letters to his wife, as well as a notebook containing notes on regimental accounts and several hand drawn maps.
Collection — Folder OB030
Scope and Contents This collection includes the U.S. Civil War regimental papers from Daniel F. Hill ranging from 1861 to 1865 and two earlier documents related to land sold by William Faught to William H Dumall and land granted to William N. Worley.
Collection — Folder S1921
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of correspondence ranging from 1866 to 1869 regarding the settling of accounts between Dr. Daniel H. Prunk and his supplier of coffins, caskets, coffin tops, and funeral accessories. Correspondence includes letters sent by Parish & Wood (later Hooke & Wood) Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealers and Hon. T.R. Stanley of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The collection also includes photocopies of Dr. Prunk's day book that he used to record orders to be filled,...
Collection — Folder S3111
Scope and Contents This collection contains papers concerning Daniel Hill and James T. C. Watson ranging from 1861 to 1865 regarding their service with the Union army during the U.S. CIvil War. The documents include a record for Hill's military service; discharge papers for Daniel Hill in 1862, 1864, and 1865; a letter to Watson acknowledgement of Special Order 60; discharge papers for James T. L. Watson in 1865; and a record of enlistment for James T. L. Watson from 1900.
Dates: 1861-1865, 1900
Collection — Folder S1123
Scope and Contents This collection includes 18 letters from Daniel Roberts to his mother and sister ranging from 1861 to 1864 regarding his experiences as a Union soldier during the U.S. Civil War. There is also a fragment of a letter written by Daniel and Sally Roberts in 1871.
Dates: 1861-1864; 1871
File — Multiple Containers
Collection — Folder S030