United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains Civil War letters of Charles and George Quimby of Concord, VT, a soldiers in the Third and Fifth Vermont Volunteers during the Civil War. The collection consists of correspondence with other Concord soldiers and civilians.
The Collamer Family Papers consist of three cartons of letters, business papers, legal notes and dockets, account books, speeches and orations, and other manuscripts. Although the collection includes material from the early 1800s to the 1910s, the majority of the Papers fall in date between 1840 and 1865.
Collection consists of Civil War letters from Edward Holton, 4 photographs, and a few miscellaneous documents.
Collection consists of family correspondence between Miss Frances "Frank" Howe, her brother William, and father David during the Civil War. Letters to "Frank" from cousins and friends are also present.
The Hubbard Family Papers consist of one box of family correspondence from the years 1825-1878. Probably the major interest of the Hubbard Family Papers lies in the considerable number of letters to and from Vermonters serving as soldiers during the Civil War.
The collection consists of photocopies of James Davis' personal journals for July 6, 1861 - April 1, 1863, and May 2, 1864 - July 9 1865. Written while Davis was confined to his house by injuries, these journals offer detailed, educated comments of local events, the Civil War, literature, national politics, and a variety of other subjects.
Collection includes primarily military service papers including Yales’ enlistment and discharge papers, company muster rolls of men under his command, reports, and postwar claims for pensions and back pay; together with a small amount of correspondence and personal material (1863-93).
Collection contains the Civil War letters of Harvey Shepard and his son Fenimore Shepard. Both served as Infantry Privates. Some letters of Joseph S. Perkins of the First Vermont Cavalry and Fenimore's eventual brother-in-law, are also present. There are a few additional addresses and regimental reunion materials.
William Wells was an Army officer during the U.S. Civil War and Adjutant General of Vermont. Collection includes correspondence, diary and military papers including rosters of Vermont Cavalry, ordnance reports, orders, and clothing and equipment returns.