United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Equipment & supplies
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains seven items pertaining to the history of the 27th Indiana Regiment and its members who served during the U.S. Civil War, ranging from 1864 to 1926.The roster lists the names of veterans with their address and remarks. There are columns headed with years from 1885 through 1898, and check marks to show attendance at reunions. Although the book is in poor condition, the entries are legible in ink and pencil. Pages 1 through 99 list the soldiers alphabetically...
50th, 83rd, 93rd, 97th and 100th Indiana Regiments Volunteer descriptive lists and accounts of pay and clothing
Collection — Folder S2420
Scope and Contents This collection includes Volunteer Descriptive Lists and Account of Pay and Clothing forms for volunteers enlisted in the 50th, 83rd, 93rd, 97th or 100th Indiana Regiment. The majority of forms are for the 97th regiment. The forms include information on the volunteers name, rank, unit, hometown, occupation, physical description, muster information, pay information and clothing allotment.
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of Jefferson C. Davis’s official military papers. During Davis’s time as quartermaster, the papers include receipts, bills, requisitions, and other documents relating to his Indianapolis based post (1861). As an officer in the field, Davis’s papers include official correspondence regarding duties, copies of telegrams to Gen. John C. Fremont, and military inspection reports sent to him while with the 14th Army Corps (1861–1865). The collection also contains...
Collection — Folder S1334
Scope and Contents There are five items in this collection, including a Quarter Master General account book from April 29, 1861-October 9, 1861; an envelope containing three business cards, one for J. H. Vajen, Hardware Merchant, and two alike for Joseph Curzon, Architect; letter dated July 15, 1961, to "My dear Vajen" from Oliver P. Morton, written from Washington, in which he enclosed "contracts and specifications from the quarter master for horses, wagons, ambulances, too"; a letter dated March 17, 1862, to...
Collection — Folder S2323
Scope and Contents This collection contains four letters written by Lew Wallace while he served as colonel of the 11th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. The first letter is dated May 2, 1861 and was sent to Indiana Governor Oliver P. Morton from headquarters regarding tendering his regiment for 3 years service. The remaining letters were sent from Wallace Barracks in Indianapolis and include a letter sent to John Vajen, Quarter-Master General of Indiana, regarding boot purchases for Wallace's men (May 4, 1861); a...
Collection — Folder S602
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence and materials of the Wagner and Waymire families, largely related to the U.S. Civil War, ranging from 1861 to 1928, including muster rolls of the 17th Indiana Regiment, correspondence regarding the Waymire brothers of the 124th and 135th Indiana Regiment, correspondence of Captain J.H. Wagner, a Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) badge, and other Civil War-related correspondence.
Collection — Folder S1477
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from members of the Young family of Indiana, including Ransom T. Young, his wife Emma, and his brothers, James M. and John C. Young, to their sister, Mary E. (Young) Jones between 1864 and 1875. There are also other Civil War letters from Hoosier soldiers and their relatives, including letters sent to James and Mary (Johnson) Briggs of Utica, Indiana from their brothers and friends, as well as two letters from J.W. Lakin to his siblings from 1861 to 1865....
Collection — Folder S621
Scope and Contents This collection contains military records and correspondence from Ross J. Haseltine ranging from 1863 to 1866 regarding equipment and supplies for Company C, 69th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment during the U.S. Civil War. There are also letters to and from the Ordnance Office of the War Department, Quartermaster General's Office and the U.S. Treasury Department, regarding reports of his company's ordnance and ordnance stores, clothing, and equipage.