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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 478 Collections and/or Records:

William Depoy letter

 Collection — Folder S0354
Identifier: S0354
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of a letter from William Depoy in Cairo, Missouri to his brother and sister ranging from on March 14, 1862 regarding his service with the Union Army, military life, and recent battles.
Dates: 1862/03/14

William Freeman papers

 Collection — Folder S0490
Identifier: S0490
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from William Freeman in Vevay, Indiana on 1883/02/11 regarding the wound he received during the Civil War and the documentation of it.
Dates: 1883/02/11

William H. English papers

 Collection — Folder S0427
Identifier: S0427
Scope and Contents This collection includes copies of autographed, signed documents from Indiana state government, Governor Joseph Wright, Elisha G. English, the Democratic Party, Captain E.L. Billings, and William. H. English in Indiana and elsewhere ranging from 1734 to 1870 regarding the U.S. Civil War, banking business, legislative business, organizational seals, and political party nominations.
Dates: 1784-1870, undated

William H. Hulley collection

 Collection — Folder S3253
Identifier: S3253
Scope and Contents The collection consists of original Civil War correspondence to William and Mary Ann Hulley from their son, William H. Hulley, and the Farrell brothers ranging from 1861 to 1863. The collection also includes an October 23, 1861 military special order and an undated obituary for Mary Ann Ramsey Somerville.
Dates: 1861-1863

William H. Long Civil War letters

 Collection — Folder S2300
Identifier: S2300
Scope and Contents This collection contains 5 letters written by William H. Long in 1863 and sent to his wife, Lucinda, in Henricks County, Indiana while he served with Company B, 117th Indiana Infantry during the U.S. Civil War. The first three letters were written from Camp Carrington in Indianapolis in August and September. The fourth letter was written on October 21, 1863 from Tennessee and mentions he's been ill and was in the hospital. The fifth letter sent to Lucinda is undated and written like a poem from...
Dates: 1863-1866

William H. Mahan certificate

 Collection — Folder S918
Identifier: S0918
Scope and Contents This collection includes a certificate from the Executive Department of Indiana in Indianapolis from 1907/03/18 regarding William H. Mahan's muster of the United States Military.
Dates: 1907

William H. Maughn certificate

 Collection — Folder S912
Identifier: S0912
Scope and Contents This collection includes a Civil War certificate awarded to William H. Maughn in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1907/03/18 regarding the military.
Dates: 1907

William H. Records collection

Identifier: L131
Scope and Contents This collection includes diaries from William H. Record in Indiana ranging from 1862 to 1865, regarding the 72nd Indiana Volunteers Company during the U.S. Civil War.
Dates: 1862-1865

William H. Seward letters

 Collection — Folder S1760
Identifier: S1760
Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters written by William H. Seward while he served as United States Secretary of State. The first letter is dated November 22, 1865 and was sent to George P. March, U.S. Ambassador to Italy, as a letter of introduction for Governor Oliver P. Morton. The second letter is dated February 11, 1867 and was sent to Lieutenant Governor Conrad Baker, acting Governor of Indiana in the absence of Governor Morton, regarding Indiana's ratification of the 14th Amendment to the...
Dates: 1863-1867

William Hickman Robinson collection

 Collection — Folder S1133
Identifier: S1133
Scope and Contents Three photographs are William Hickman Robinson, Col. Edward Jones Robinson, and Col. Stewart. Of the three small yellow envelopes, two are from Frank Dean and one was sent to Will H. Robinson from Chicago, Illlois. There is one Western Union telegram dated 1868, from E. J. Robinson (Will's father) in Franklin, Indiana, to Mr. Ham Stapp in Madison, Indiana, which states: "Got here last night. How is Will. Answer here soon." There is no month and day on the telegram. Will died that year, on July...
Dates: 1862-1897