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Civil War collections

Identifier: MS016
Overview Collection for general Civil War correspondence acquired by the Lear Center.

Cornelius Gold Papers

Identifier: MS030
Overview Correspondence of Cornelius B. Gold concerning his travel to China and his service in the Civil War

Homer S. Curtis Papers

Identifier: MS022
Overview Correspondence between Lt. Homer Curtis of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery and his family from 1859 to 1875

James McCracken papers

Identifier: MS038
Overview Letters written to James McCracken of Ledyard,Connecticut from Charles McCracken of Ledyard and William Reynolds of Norwich, Connecticut.

John Bishop Jr. papers

Identifier: MS009
Overview Correspondence and documents of John Bishop Jr. and his family featuring his service in the Civil War

Thomas Pimer papers, 1862-1865

 Collection — Box: 5
Identifier: MS050
Scope and Contents This collection consists of letters of Thomas Pimer to his father John during his service in the Civil War. From the week after he joined the 21st in September of 1862 to the week before he was finally mustered out of the regiment in June of 1865, Thomas wrote twenty-two letters home to his father. The letters trace Pimer's progress through the war. His first glimpse of combat comes at Fredericksburg, where the 21st is ordered to charge the Confederate batteries, but is then ordered to retreat...

William Ingram papers

Identifier: MS033
Overview Correspondence and realia connected to the Civil War service of William Ingram.

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Carrollton ( La.) 2
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United States. Army. Connecticut Artillery Regiment, 2nd (1863-1865) 2
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