United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 466 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0713
Scope and Contents This collection contains original papers, letters, and booklets from Thomas Jackson ranging from 1855 to 1908. Folder two contains pension requests for Jackson and other veterans. There is a Grand Army of the Republic ribbon and a badge. The collection also includes an 8-page document narrates Lovell Harrison Rousseau’s raid into Alabama and Georgia.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes thirty-four letters written by Thomas N. McClung while he was a Union soldier during the Civil War to his family. Also included are three photographs, one newspaper clipping, and a copy of the "History of the Seventeenth Indiana: It's Marches and Battles."
Collection — Folder S3257
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection consists diplomas and a certificate belonging to Dr. Thomas S. Basye of Spiceland, Indiana: 2 oversize diplomas, James Turner's Doctor in Medicine diploma from the Indiana Medical College in Indianapolis, Indiana on February 28, 1871(?) and Thomas Basye's M.D. diploma from Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery on February 7, 1850, and Basye's membership certificate from the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery's medical and scientific society on February 6, 1861...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a photocopied diary of Thomas W. Barnett when he lived in Union Township, Fulton County, Indiana, from 1861 – 1870. Diary in folder 1, is written on pages from The Franklin Almanac and Diary for the Year 1861, which consists of 2 pages per month with a space for each date, the first page also showing sunrise, sunset, moon rise and moon setting time for each time zone in the United States, as well as the phases of the moon. This is a daily diary with...
Collection — Folder S2433
Scope and Contents This collection includes Thomas Lankford's military discharge from his service with Company G, 59th Indiana Regiment during the American Civil War. Dated July 17, 1865, the discharge paper was given at Louisville, Kentucky.
Collection — Folder S1524
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a photocopy of the submission “Civil War Letters of Confederate Cavalryman and Dallasite, Thomas Payne Worthington,” a contribution of 9 pages in length, excerpted from the June 1980 issue of The Quarterly of the Dallas Genealogical Society (specifically, pages 91-99). The items in the compilation include 3 diary entries and 15 letters, most of the letters having been written by Thomas Payne Worthington from Camp Morton in...
Collection — Folder S0972
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of documents ranging from 1862 to 1894 regarding pension requests for Troyles Mize and his wife, Elizabeth, for his service with the 3rd Regiment Indiana Volunteers during the Mexican-American War and his service with Company G, 31st Indiana Infantry during the U.S. Civil War.
Collection — Folder SP135
Scope and Contents This collection includes three black-and-white photographic prints of Radical Republican members of the U.S. Joint Committee on the Conduct of War during or after the U.S. Civil War, circa 1861-1865. The photographs are copies from the Brady Collection at the National Archives. There is also a photograph of Liberal Republican Carl Schurz.
Dates: circa 1861-1865, undated
Collection — Folder S2333
Scope and Contents This collection includes an undated, copy of a three-page manuscript written by Verne Patty of Hamilton County, Indiana, regarding Captain W. D. Wilson, head of the Indiana Capitol Police, possibly for a newspaper as Patty encourages readers to visit with Captain Wilson, while visiting the Indiana State Capitol.