Found in 1429 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains items that we sold by musician and Civil War veteran, Frederick Nicholls Crouch.
This is a collection of materials related to various aspects of the history of Montgomery County, Virginia, including early county records, papers of the Altizer and Sullivan families, materials related to twentieth-century county politics and the county's role in the Civil War and World Wars I and II. Also includes writings and subject files on topics in local history and a small set of general materials.
The collection includes eight manuscript letters of a Union soldier during the American Civil War, written in Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania; and four letters written to and from other Culver family members.
Letter from David Cunningham, a Union soldier during the American Civil War, written at Berkley's Station, Virginia to Mrs. A. E. Young on April 26, 1865, informing her that reports of his death are false, probably spread by local Copperheads.
The collection contains three short letters from W. E. Curd to Captain Isaac Shelby written from Jefferston, Virginia, between November 27-December 1, 1864.
The collection contains letters from a Confederate soldier, William N. Curry to his two brothers, Alpheus and Harry, during the American Civil War. The letters are written on the same page. Letters discusses camp life in Pocataligo, South Carolina. Curry discusses seeing Yankee ships run aground and set on fire to prevent the Confederates taking the cargo.
The collection consists of an unbound diary, marching orders, and an itemized list of purchases kept by Daniel Curtis in May 1864.
The collection consists of the American Civil War discharge papers of Stephen Curwin, an enlisted Union soldier in the 45th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry.
This collection contains letters written by Alonzo D. Cushing of the 15th Maine Infantry during the American Civil War, written from Pensacola, Florida; New Orleans; and Readville, Massachusetts.