Search results

Display Options

(1 - 24 of 577)
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his mother from Camp near Stafford court house, Virginia, January 25, 1863
Letter written by Amanda Dove and Charles Dove from Richland Center to their sister on January 30, 1863
Letter from F. M. Hammond to Morris Brown, Sr., from City Point, Virginia, July 12, 1864
One page of a letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry [undated]
Letter written by Alonzo Finch from Deep Bottom, Virginia to his brother and sister on January 13, 1865 -- Correspondence
Letter from Liney to her sister Maria C. Brown (Mrs. Morris Brown, Sr.), at home, May 15, 1866
List of Clothing, Camp & Garrison Equipage, &c., Transferred by St. Benj. F. Miller Actg Quartermaster 117 N.Y.V. U.S. Army, to Chas. Millard St. and Adjt 117 N.Y.V. U.S. Army, at Folly Island &c, on the 29 day of February, 1864.
Letter from Ebenezer Smith of Somerville, New York to Morris Brown, Sr., of Penn Yann, New York, July 7, 1866
Letter written by [unknown] from Falmouth, Virginia to J. R. Barger on May 20, 1863
Letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, June 19, [1864]
Note by Smith Brown, 126th New York Infantry, about his military carrier, November 12, 1863
Letter written by Josephus Knap from Camp Coleman to his sister Meg on August 29, 1861
Obituary of Rush P.Cady from the Roman Citizen
Letter written by Rush P. Cady, lieutenant in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his brother, Willie, "Way down in Ole Virginia," April 8, 1863
Letter written by Rush P. Cady, lieutenant in the 97th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his brother Gustavus, of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, from Camp of the 97th Reg. N.Y.V. near Belle Plains, Virginia, March 27, 1863
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his uncle and aunt from Camp on the Rappahannock Shore, Virginia, August 2, 1863
News to Friday morning -- the misfortune of wednesday retrieved -- our loss 2,500 in killed, wounded, and prisoners -- no fighting on Thursday night, Headquarters Army of the Potomoc, June 23, 1964, p.m. [no images]
Letter written by J. H. Stevens from Camp 9 New York H Artillery to his friend Weaves on March 27, 1865 -- Correspondence
Order, by order of Lieutenant Colonel A.D.C. J. A. Haskin, December 30, 1862
Reported fight -- four Union guns and 400 men captured -- the guns retaken with 700 prisoners, Philadelphia, Friday, June 24, 1864 [newspaper clipping]
Letter written by Mat R[unclear]Y from Annapolis Junction to his friend Mariah on March 1, 1863
Letter from Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, to his parents, Centreville, Virginia, October 15, 1863
Letter from Col. D. MacDougall to Mrs. Maria C. Brown, from Auburn, New York, July 27, 1864
Letter written by Henry Welch, corporal in the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company K, to his uncle and aunt from Near Maryland Heights, Maryland, July 18 1863