3 edition of Letters written during the Civil War, 1861-1865. found in the catalog.
Letters written during the Civil War, 1861-1865.
Morse, Charles F.
|LC Classifications||E601 .M85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., -222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||23001913|
Exhibit: Battle-scarred, United States Civil War () Citation Whitman, Walt, “"The Wound Dresser: a series of letters written from the hospitals in Washington during the War of the Rebellion.",”. Letters, – Accession Letters, –, from Moses Evans (–) to his sister, Mary Stockton, regarding issues related to the Civil War. In the first letter, 30 April , Evans expresses his opinion regarding the outcome of the Civil War and describes the military build-up of the South and Virginia, in particular.
The Civil War and E. G. Bailey: letters to Sarah Davis Bailey and other letters written during the years, Authors: Bailey, E. G. (Edward Guardene), (Main Author). Condition: Very Good. AV2 - A softcover in very good condition that has previous owner's name written on the front, some chipping, stains, and wrinkling, some bumped corners, light tanning, and shelf wear. Civil War Naval Chronology (Part V - ). Satisfaction Guaranteed. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Seller Inventory # ECBB.
This book is a fascinating, in-depth look into the life (as it states in the title) of a common soldier during the Civil War. Mr. Stillwell relates many stories of the 61st Illinois Infantry, including their parts in battles such as Little Rock and Murfreesboro, as well as little anecdotes as concerns the everyday life of a soldier at that time.4/5. BARRIER FAMILY LETTERS. (bulk ). letters, many with envelopes. This collection includes letters written during the Civil War by two brothers serving in the Confederate army. William Lafayette Barrier () served as private and .
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Letters Written During the Civil War, [Morse, Charles F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Letters Written During the Civil War, Civil War soldiers were among the most literate in history.
About eight out of every ten Confederate soldiers and nine out of every ten Union soldiers could read and write.
The letters and diaries written by Union and Confederate soldiers have bequeathed to scholars in the field the unusual problem of having an overabundance of firsthand. Genre/Form: History Personal narratives: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morse, Charles F. (Charles Fessenden), Letters written during the Civil War, : Proud to Say I am a Union Soldier: The Last Letters Home from Federal Soldiers Written During the Civil War, (): Crawford, Franklin R.: Books/5(4).
Southern Literary Messenger, First Issue. Popular Literature during the Civil War. Contributed by Thomas Cutrer. With the formation of the Confederacy at the beginning of the American Civil War (–), the Southern literary establishment foresaw the dawning of a new literature.
Southern audiences would no longer, in the words of the editor of the Richmond-based Southern Illustrated News.
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Letters written during the Civil War, [Charles F Morse]. Letters Written During the Civil War, Civil War unit histories: Union -- New England Travels in the Confederate States: Author: Charles Fessenden Morse: Publisher: Priv.
Print, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: pages:. Much of the narrative content was written during the last year of the war; among the subjects treated most extensively are the Confederate defense of Mobile in the summer of and Alexander's subsequent imprisonment at Elmira, New York.
MSN/CW [Introduction, Images & Transcriptions] DAVID B. ARTHUR DIARY. Read the full-text online edition of Letters of a Civil War Nurse: Cornelia Hancock, ().
Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Letters of a Civil War Nurse: Cornelia Hancock. It remained at this camp for drill and instruction about two months and left Boston for the seat of War in Virginia, July 8, These letters, written to members of my family, record my experiences as an officer of this regiment during its term of service, from May,to July, Chiefly Civil War letters from Federal soldiers throughout the South, in camps, hospitals, and prisons, to family and friends in the North.
This collection is made up of unrelated single items or small groups of items, some of which are cataloged separately. Expand/collapse. Series Quick Links. Unit 1, Unit 2, The collection consists of forty-nine letters written by the brothers of the Smith family of Carroll County, Virginia, mostly while they served as soldiers for the Confederacy during the Civil War.
A majority of the letters are written to one of the brothers, Stephen Mitchell, from encampments in Virginia.
Letters and papers relationg to Andrew J. Noyes, Civil War services and pension, (10 pieces). Papers related to Andrew J. Noyes including a one dollar bank note from the Bank of Bennington.
Other papers include letters Noyes wrote from Libby Prison to his mother and sister after he was wounded and captured at the First Battle of Bull.
Patriotic Gore (), his classic study of Civil War () literature, the literary critic Edmund Wilson asks, "Has there ever been another historical crisis of the magnitude of in which so many people were so articulate?" Historian Louis Masur later made the same point, stating that "the Civil War was a written war," one in which hundreds of participants and observers.
Jane Grey Swisshelm () was an antislavery advocate, newspaper editor, lecturer, crusader, feminist, and Civil War nurse. She edited two newspapers in Minnesota during the periodwhen these letters were written: first, the St.
Cloud Visiter [sic] and, afterward, the St. Cloud Democrat. The Minnesota Historical Society collected and compiled the series of articles and letters. The first few letters were written before the war.
The remainder were written during his service in the Civil War and reveal much of the man and of the attitudes of an upper class Southerner of the period. Two letters dated April 24 and J are misdated; they should be Lincoln's wartime correspondence is no exception, and the letters he penned to his Civil War generals--through one of the most critical episodes in American history--are of singular Abraham Lincoln is responsible for a significant body of correspondence, this is the first time an editor has focused principally on the strategic.
Letters Written During the Civil War, - Letters Written During the Civil War War College Series,Charles Fessenden Morse View ProductPages: Collection Spotlight: Andrew Gatewood Papers.
Letters written by Gatewood to his parents and other family members, Early letters describe life at the Virginia Military Institute (hazing, daily routine, excitement about secession, cadets as drillmasters) and in Lexington, Virginia, just prior to and during early months of the Civil War.The letters span from April to Juneshortly before their marriage.
A large number of letters chronicle John's service in the th Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Civil War. The single letter from was written by Bessie to John, and a few letters to Bessie from others are mingled in .