Found in 1392 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains the Civil War Diary of R. Baxter Brown, lieutenant in Company I, 11th New Hampshire Infantry.
Five lists of destitute soldiers and families of soldiers living in Buckingham County, Virginia, during the American Civil War, providing names and descriptive data on the families to be provided public assistance.
Letter from Union Army Captain R. Buckley, written to wife and mother from Rock Island, Illinois, where Buckley's regiment was engaged in guarding prisoners at a prisoner-of-war camp.
Letter from William Burgess, formerly a lieutenant in Company D, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment (aka 35th Pennsylvania Infantry), written on August 24, 1886, to General William D. Dixon discussing details of the Battle of Dranesville (Virginia) and the actions of General Edward Ord in that engagement.
The collection contains the diary of Private Henry L. Burnell, Co. "I," 8th Maine Volunteer Infantry, 1859 - 1865. Burnell served in the Union Army from September 7, 1861 until July 22, 1865.
Letters written to family members by Thomas Morris Burns of Richmond, Ohio, a private in Company G, 52nd Ohio Infantry during the American Civil War. Also contains two photographs of Burns and a letter from John B. McCarel, also of the 52nd Ohio, to Burns' father.
Civil War reminiscences of William S. Burns, captain in the 4th Missouri Cavalry, clipped from an unidentified newspaper and pasted into a scrapbook.
The collection contains the letters of the Palmer L. and Sophronia M. Shaw Burrows family of Delaware County, New York, including Civil War correspondence of Palmer L. Burrows (144th New York Infantry) and his sons S. Worcester Burrows (27th New York Infantry and 1st New York Veteran Cavalry) and Linus P. Burrows (1st New York Veteran Cavalry) and others.