This collection consists of a volume of records for Company A of the 14th Ohio Infantry in the Civil War. Company K's muster roll, dated October 27,1863, lists the names and ranks of its members, as well as where and when they were wounded, died or were discharged.
This collection consists of one volume of records of Company F of the 7th Michigan Infantry, mustered in Monroe in 1861.This collections consists primarily of Civil War letters from William, Henry, and Uriah Arnold.This collection consists of Civil War letters from Israel G. Atkins to his parents in Perry, Michigan. The collection contains the political tickets from the election of 1864 and Grand Army of the Republic materials.Civil War letters from Michigan men stationed in Georgetown, D.C.; Petersburg, Virginia and St. John's River, Florida. Camp life and general morale is also described.The Roger D. Baker collection contains carte de visite photographs of prominent individuals from the Civil War such as Abraham Lincoln, William Tecumseh Sherman, Philip Sheridan, David Farragut, Jefferson Davis, and John Wilkes Booth.The collection includes letters (1862-1865) to Joseph S. Bamber from members of the Hayes family, related to the Bambers by marriage. These letters describe civilian experiences. The collection also contains Civil War letters (1861-1864) received by Edward H. Dickerman (3rd Michigan Infantry).This collection contains Civil War letters from Albert W. Barber to his family while serving with Company F, 18th Michigan Infantry, in Kentucky and Tennessee. The collection consists of the letters of Henry and William Bostock, brothers from Michigan who served in the Civil War. Henry served in Company E of the 6th Regiment of the Michigan Infantry. William served in Company K of the 10th Regiment of the Michigan Infantry. They wrote to their mother, Maria Bostock of Marshall, Michigan, while they were in the war. The James Bradish papers consist of the letters Bradish wrote to his sister and friends in Michigan during the Civil War when he served with the 18th Michigan Infantry.The collection consists primarily of material relating to Bradley's police work (provost), including orders, payrolls, affidavits, and correspondence. It includes some material relating to his medical leave from the 12th Michigan.This collection consists of a letter from R.E. Carpenter of Oskaloosa, Iowa (1861). In this letter Carpenter expresses his anger at the secessionists and his eagerness to join the Union forces.This collection consists of a letter from Rufus B. Cole, stationed with a Michigan civil War regiment in Louisville, Kentucky. The letter is primarily concerned with religious concerns and Cole's desire to be home again.Collection consists of tintype images; one of Hamilton Davis and the other of his two cousins James and William Davis.
This collection consists primarily of Civil War letters to Emmiline (Emma) Daggett of Clinton County, Michigan. The autobiography is primarily an account of the Civil War and of Farr's war experiences.This collection is made up of miscellaneous items collected by Emma Fields of Greenville, Michigan. Included is a small song book which is illustrated with Civil War scenes."From Murfreesboro to Chickamauga and Libby Prison" is a photocopy of a typed document, which was made from an original dictation of Dr. Henry A. Goodale's experience as a surgeon in the Civil War (21st Michigan Infantry). This collection consists of Civil War letters from Othniel Gooding of the 4th Michigan Cavalry to his fiancee, Lucy Dexter of Milan, Michigan.This collection consists of the manuscript entitled "Michigan Bridget: Discovering the Truth Behind the Legend" by James S. Hannum M.D. The manuscript is about Bridget Deavers, a camp follower with the First Michigan Cavalry who acted as a field nurse for the troops. This collection includes letters written by various members of the Hardenbergh, Baker and Stanton families to Catherine Hardenbergh Baker of Barry County, Michigan.
The collection includes correspondence, invoices, orders and receipts primarily from the period 1862 - 1869.The Edwin Havens Papers consist of letters and diaries written by Havens while serving in the 7th Michigan Cavalry during the Civil War.The Clyde and Mary Henson collection primarily contains portraits of Civil War veterans. Notable portraits include Ulysses S. Grant and George B. McClellan. The collection also contains photographs of members of the 3rd Michigan Cavalry.Collection includes photographs of scenes from the American Civil War.The collection consists of letters written by Augustus Holmes in the 6th Michigan Cavalry to family and friends. This collection consists of Edwin Holmes' Civil War letters to family and friends. Holmes served in the 10th Michigan Infantry.The letters relate the activities of Howe's regiment (First Regiment of Mechanics and Engineers) and give a descriptive view of army life in general.
This collection includes Horace B. Jewell's Civil War letters to his family in Michigan, written while serving with the 52nd Ohio Infantry.A letter, written in a camp near Sharpsburg, Maryland in October 1862, by J. Benton ("Bent"), a Captain in the First Michigan Infantry, discusses the relative fighting merits of eastern "city" troops and western men in the Union Army.This collection includes the Civil War reminiscences of Newton Thorne Kirk (1836-1909). Written between 1907 and 1909, this account was based on a war diary of Kirk's service with Company E, 26th Michigan Infantry. This civil war collection of George L. LaForest includes letters, articles and images from the civil war period.The collection contains images from the civil war in Georgia and Tennessee.A manuscript from James Lucas' narration where he describes the American political scene in the 1850s and the coming of the Civil War. The collection consists of materials from the Mallison family including the Civil War letters of Simeon Mallison and George Hewes.Alvah Marsh served with the 7th Michigan Infantry, primarily in Virginia. He was wounded in November 1863, and spent the following months as a patient and later as a nurse in Virginia army hospitals, where he also caught smallpox.
Marsh apparently received a medical discharge in 1864.The Marsh family papers consist of original and typed transcripts of Civil War letters, the bulk of which were written by Benjamin F. Marsh to his family in Fentonville, Michigan, while serving in the 8th Michigan Infantry.This collection consists of Civil War letters from Irenus McGowan to friends in Michigan. A former schoolteacher, McGowan served with the 29th Indiana Infantry in Mississippi, Kentucky, and Tennessee. In his letters he discusses military life as well as the battles of Shiloh and Corinth, the Confederacy's weakness, and the Homestead Bill.This collection consists of a typewritten copy of the Civil War diary (1862-1865) of John C. McLain.This collection consists of correspondence (1862-1864) received by Miss Emma Miller of Chickaming (Berrien County), Michigan during the Civil War.Collection contains 3 letters dated August 18, 1962, October 20, 1862 and ?, 25th 1862. This collection consists of Nelson's war diaries, several transcriptions, a narrative describing Nelson's war experiences, and a muster roll.
This collection consists of three Civil War letters from Roger Noble of the 7th Michigan Infantry to his family in Michigan. He describes daily war life and tells of looting Robert E. Lee's plantation. The collection also contains a newspaper photo of Noble printed in 1961.This collection consists of a typed transcript of the reminiscences of Virginia Norfleet which was written for her grandchildren. This collection consists of two Civil War letters of Harrison Outwater from the 1st New York Artillery.Collection consists primarily of the diaries of John Parkhurst relating details of court cases he tried, battle accounts of the Civil War, his experiences as a prisoner-of-war, and later his business affairs and political problems. Also Civil War correspondence with his sisters and with various government officials. There are speeches he gave at regimental reunions and during election campaigns, both for himself and for Horace Greeley. Included are Parkhurst's official military record and souvenirs from regimental reunions. Newspaper clippings discuss Parkhurst's life and his regimental reunions. Folders and two scrapbooks contain photographs of people from the Civil War period and from Tennessee.
The collection includes correspondence of the Edward Parsons Family. Edward Parsons' letters to and from New York relatives make up the bulk of the personal correspondence. In addition, the collection includes some photographs from the 19th century.This collection consists of letters from Abel G. Peck to his family during the Civil War. Peck enlisted in the 24th Michigan Infantry in 1862 and served in Maryland and Virginia. His letters describe Sharpsburg, Maryland, in the aftermath of the battle of Antietam, as well as as his part in the battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. Peck, the regiment's color-bearer, was killed July 1, 1863, in the first day's fighting at Gettysburg.A collection of photographs arranged by people.The collection includes newspapers and newspaper clippings related to the Civil War, a volunteer enlistment form, Mason fraternal materials.This collection contains correspondence and printed materials relating to the Porter, Prindle and Pierce families, primarily to Grace Porter Pierce of Grand Ledge, Michigan. The correspondence includes letters from Horace Greeley, connected by marriage with the Porters. It also includes marriage and school certificates; Civil War pension applications; horoscopes prepared for Grace Pierce; family genealogies; materials dealing with the history of Grand Ledge (1935-1936); and a letter from Richard Nixon to Grace Pierce (1957). Collection includes Carte de Visite photographs.The letters describe Civil War conditions in Missouri in 1861 and 1862, especially the hostility between Unionists and Confederates. Consists of a letter describing battles around Richmond, Virginia.This collection contains four Civil War letters and a small diary of Josiah B. Smith, kept during his service as a bugler in the 8th Michigan Cavalry in Tennessee and Kentucky.This collections consists of transcripts of letters written by early residents of Michigan. This is a collection of photographs that are arranged by subject. Of note, are the folders under War. United States Civil War.This collection consists of Civil War letters from G.B. Surdam to his brother and sister. Surdam, a sergeant in the 6th Michigan Infantry, describes his service in Maryland and Virginia, and the military takeover of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.This collection consists of Civil War letters written by Jesse Taft to his family during his service in the 9th Michigan Cavalry.The Civil War and MAC - Materials showing MAC and those involved in the American Civil War. NOTE: This collection is hosted on our OnTheBanks.msu.edu site. Selecting this link will take you to that web site.Correspondence includes letters related to the illness and subsequent death of Amos W. Thomas, a soldier i11th Pennsylvania Cavalry.The Henrietta Marsh Thompson sheet music collection consists of one volume of sheet music collected and bound by Thompson.This collection consists of one letter, dated July 14, 1863, written by a Confederate soldier, John Flood, Company H, 47th Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, to his mother in Woodstock, Georgia. He discusses the fall of Vicksburg and Grant's siege of Jackson, Mississippi.Collection consists of two Civil War letters (1863) to Aaron K. Waldron's wife, nee Sarah Gunderman, from her brothers John, 126th New York Regiment, and Abram, 148th New York Regiment. The collection includes letters (1864-1865) from Frederick P. Warren describing his life as a soldier in the Civil War.This collection consists of a discharge certificate for Joseph H. Weaver, a corporal in the 11th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry (1865).
He served in the 7th Regiment, New York State Volunteer Cavalry and the 147th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry. [Image is hosted on our OnTheBanks.msu.edu site.]Collection consists of two letters written by Chester P. Whitman while he served in the Union Army during the Civil War. These are typed transcriptions; the originals are not here at the archives.