Found in 1390 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from L. Campbell, of Keene, New Hampshire, addressed to Mrs. Corbitt on March 31, 1867, regarding the exhumation, identification, and return of her brother's remains.
The collection consists of fourteen letters, dating from September 8, 1861, to February 15, 1863, from Candler to his uncle Charles [probably maternal uncle Charles Henry Wheelwright]and his brother, John W. Candler of Boston. Candler's letters were written from camps in Maryland and Virginia.
Resident of Bristol, Tennessee. Collection consists of a photocopy of "Early Coastal Operations in North Carolina During the Civil War: A Study of Lost Opportunities," Carbone's 1984 senior thesis written in partial fulfillment of a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in History from the College of William and Mary.
The collection includes Civil War letters from Private John Newton Carnahan of the 54th Virginia Infantry to his wife, Juliette Sophia Calfee Carnahan, and children in Pulaski County, Virginia.
The papers consist of Carpenter's letters written between February 1862 and June 1864 while encamped in parts of Virginia and West Virginia.
Two letters from James Carr and Thomas Clark, privates in Company G, 56th New York Infantry during the American Civil War, written from near the Chicahominy River, Virginia in June, 1862.