Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes an undated typescript copy of William T. McDougle's memoir, describing his time in the 126th Regiment Ohio Volunteers during the American Civil War.
The collection includes an undated typescript copy of Alfred Henry Dashiell Perkins’s memoir, describing his time as a Confederate soldier in the 7th Tennessee Cavalry during the American Civil War.
This collection contains a photocopy of a memoir written in 1909 by S. C. Roddy (1832-1918), who fought for the Confederacy during the American Civil War in Company F of the 39th Georgia Infantry. Roddy's memoir primarily details his experiences during the war from 1862 to 1865.
The "Sawmilling in Carroll County, Virginia as Recalled by Ezra Martin" Typescript is a recounting by Ezra Martin (1895-1984) to his grandson Tommy Largen about his life working in the sawmill industry in Carroll County, Virginia. It contains information about Martin's birth, childhood, marriage, family, work life, and retirement. The typescript also includes photographs of family and locations.
This collection includes three memoir volumes and three diaries written by John Henning Woods, a Southern Unionist, Confederate conscript, and eventual Union soldier during the American Civil War. While the collection spans the period of years from 1856 through 1873, the majority of the collection focuses on the years during the Civil War.