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The Andrew Given Family Correspondence contains 41 letters by Private Andrew Given written to his wife, Eliza F. Given. The letters cover Given’s military service in Virginia from June 1861 until just before his desertion from the army in September 1862. In addition, there are family letters from 1864-1884.
Letter of Henry Thurlow Bartlett (1839-1898), formerly a bugler in Companies H and F, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry during the American Civil War and later vice-president of the Cavalry Corps in the Society of the Army of the Potomac (S.A.P.), written to Samuel E. Chamberlain, president of Cavalry Corps, S.A.P., in 1888, urging the nomination of a cavalryman as the next S.A.P. president and describing the importance of cavalry at the Battle of Gettyburg.
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© 1907 by Susan Ann Ball
The Charles H. Moody Papers contain correspondence from Charles H. Moody to his father, mother, brother, and various friends relating to his service in Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and throughout Virginia, datingranges from January 1862-June 1865.
- Correspondence 2
- Gettysburg Campaign, 1863 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Desertions 1
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental Histories 1
- Bartlett, Henry T. 1
- Given, Andrew, 1835-1913 1
- Kurtz, Louis, 1835-1921 1
- Moody, Charles H. (8th NY Cavalry) 1
- Walker, James, 1819-1889 1