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Letter, 1863 July 9, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley Jul 1863

Letter, 1863 July 9, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley's mother and sisters from Boonsboro, Maryland. Oscar writes about fighting for four days at Gettysburg, the Ohio Brigade's success, and the casualties suffered by his brigade.


Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter Jul 1863

Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter

Harvey Collection Letters

George contemplates his good fortune to have survived so much combat and offers his sister Francis consolation for her anxiety about him. George describes the aftermath of victory at Vicksburg.


Letter From Marshall Blair Clason To His Father, Marshall Blair Clason Jul 1863

Letter From Marshall Blair Clason To His Father, Marshall Blair Clason

The Letters of Marshall Clason

On the 2nd Brigade's trailing march to Shelbyville, Marshall bears witness to "the desolating footsteps of war." As his division fortifies the town for an extended occupation, Marshall relays that he believes the war's end is taking shape. He weighs his business affairs, including selling land in Illinois. Marshall was involved in a skirmish at Triune but was unhurt.


Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia, Dated July 6, 1863, William Patterson Jul 1863

Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia, Dated July 6, 1863, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

William Patterson wrote this letter to his mother Julia on July 6, 1863 from Tullahoma near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In the letter he talks about a significant battle victory of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, camp conditions, illness, and bad weather.


Letter, [1863] July 5, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley Jul 1863

Letter, [1863] July 5, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley's mother and sisters from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Oscar writes about the fighting he experienced, nearly being killed by a Rebel officer, and the losses at the Gettysburg battlefield.


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 July 3, Thomas W. Cahill Jul 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 July 3, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 52): July 2, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jul 1863

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 52): July 2, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Editorial Notices Jun 1863

Editorial Notices

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


George L Davenport Jun 1863

George L Davenport

The Annals of Iowa

Frontispiece image of George L. Davenport, born in 1817, and who was the son of Col. George Davenport.


Sketch Of George L. Davenport, Esquire, S. S. Howe Jun 1863

Sketch Of George L. Davenport, Esquire, S. S. Howe

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


De Bow's Review Jun 1863

De Bow's Review

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


History Of Scott County, Iowa. Chapter Iv (Pt. 3), Willard Barrows Jun 1863

History Of Scott County, Iowa. Chapter Iv (Pt. 3), Willard Barrows

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


First Regimental Flag Of Iowa, Allen Broomhall Jun 1863

First Regimental Flag Of Iowa, Allen Broomhall

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


An Extract From The History Of The First Regiment Of Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Henry O'Connor Jun 1863

An Extract From The History Of The First Regiment Of Iowa Volunteer Infantry, Henry O'Connor

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Letter Of Jer C. Sullivan, Jer C. Sullivan Jun 1863

Letter Of Jer C. Sullivan, Jer C. Sullivan

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Letter Of G. W. Eastman, G. W. Eastman Jun 1863

Letter Of G. W. Eastman, G. W. Eastman

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Circular. 1863-'64. State University Of Iowa Jun 1863

Circular. 1863-'64. State University Of Iowa

The Annals of Iowa

The circular provides the names of faculty members from the various departments and the admission requirements for potential students.


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 29, Thomas W. Cahill Jun 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 29, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 28, Thomas W. Cahill Jun 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 28, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.


Letter From J.S. Lemont To Frank L. Lemont, June 28, 1863, J. S. Lemont Jun 1863

Letter From J.S. Lemont To Frank L. Lemont, June 28, 1863, J. S. Lemont

Paul W. Bean Civil War Papers

Letter from J.S. Lemont to her son Frank L. Lemont, June 28, 1863. In it she congratulates him on his promotion and speaks of a great desire to see him. She also wishes him good will in this new position and that he continues to stay safe in the midst of the war.

Taken from the Paul W. Bean Collection, Box no. 277, f.8


Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter Jun 1863

Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter

Harvey Collection Letters

George details the demolition of a fort in Vicksburg and the bloodshed of the ensuing charges incurred by the Union regiments. He requests that his body be buried wherever the Porter family is situated.


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 51): June 25, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jun 1863

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 51): June 25, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated June 22, 1863, William Patterson Jun 1863

Letter From William Patterson To His Mother Julia Dated June 22, 1863, William Patterson

Patterson Family Correspondence

William Patterson wrote this brief letter to his mother Julia on June 22, 1863. In the letter he mentions a recent illness and says they expect a battle to take place soon and believes that it will be difficult.


The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 50): June 18, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing Jun 1863

The Eastern Mail (Vol. 16, No. 50): June 18, 1863, Ephraim Maxham, Daniel Ripley Wing

The Eastern Mail (Waterville, Maine)

Continues The Waterville Union (April-July 1847).
Published weekly, July 19, 1847-Aug. 28, 1863.
Publishers: E. Maxham, 1847-1849; Maxham & Wing, 1849-1863.
"Independent," 1847-1856; "Republican," 1856-1863.
Editors: E. Maxham & D.R. Wing, 1849-1863.
Continued by The Waterville Mail (September 1863-May 1906).
See Gerould, W.G.: American newspapers, 1821-1836; Whittemore, E.C.: Centennial history of Waterville.
Colby Libraries catalog record (CBBcat): http://cbbcat.net/record=b1228542~S19
WorldCat record (OCLC): http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10486915


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 18, Thomas W. Cahill Jun 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 18, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.


Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter Jun 1863

Letter From George W. Porter To Francis P. Porter, George W. Porter

Harvey Collection Letters

George provides an account of the regiment's fighting leading up to the Siege of Vicksburg. He describes the Union army's fortifications, sapping tactics, and encounters with enemy sharpshooters.


Letter, 1863 June 15, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley Jun 1863

Letter, 1863 June 15, Oscar D. Ladley To Mother And Sisters [Catherine, Mary, And Alice Ladley], Oscar D. Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley's mother and sisters from Centerville, Virginia. Oscar writes about his division marching to new locations, the appearance of their officers' uniforms, and other news.


Letter, 1863 June 14, C. Ladley [Catherine Ladley] To Son [Oscar D. Ladley], Catherine Ladley Jun 1863

Letter, 1863 June 14, C. Ladley [Catherine Ladley] To Son [Oscar D. Ladley], Catherine Ladley

Oscar D. Ladley Papers (MS-138)

Letter to Oscar Ladley from his mother in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Catherine writes about news from the war and acquaintances in Yellow Springs.


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 13, Thomas W. Cahill Jun 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 13, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.


Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 13, Thomas W. Cahill Jun 1863

Letter To Margaret E. Cahill, 1863 June 13, Thomas W. Cahill

Col. Thomas W. Cahill Civil War Letters

No abstract provided.