CivW. Civil War
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains photocopies of a ballad and letters relating to the American Civil War, written by Jacob Bier to his wife, Nancy.
Van Buren Cristy served in an Iowa regiment during the Civil War, then lived in Montgomery County, Ohio where he was a minister. The diaries give an account of his time in the service, and a day to day account of his activities preparing sermons, making his rounds, gardening, and reading. From June 1923 until 1926, the diary entries are made by Cristy's daughter and chronicle Cristy's failing health and death as well as the final years and death of his wife, Susan.
Benjamin Cryder was the grandfather of Frederick White, one of Wright State University's early founders. His papers include survey maps of Ross County, Civil War bounty reenlistment records, correspondence, and essays on a variety of political and humorous subjects.
Diary of a Civil War soldier who served in the Sixty-sixth Regiment, Company G, of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Contains a photocopy of his entire journal along with biographical data compiled by the family. Note: there are restrictions on photocopying and publication of this material.
Photograph and letter of Hamilton Waymire pertaining to activities during Civil War.
A diverse collection of memos, muster lists, rosters, orders, passes, and inspections relating to the 48th Ohio Volunteer Militia.
Photocopy of a scouting report made by Stanley while encamped in Tennessee, dated May 28, 1863.
Oscar D. Ladley was a career army officer who fought in the Civil War with Company G, 75th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was later assigned to Fort Sully in the Dakota Territories. His papers consist primarily of letters written to his mother and sisters in Yellow Springs, Ohio, telling of his Civil Was experiences, and later, his life as a frontier army officer. Also included are some Civil War military records.