Letter from Frederick Willard to Frederick and Cynthia Bush dated December 11, 1863. In this letter, he discusses his health and the death of family and friends.
American Civil War; Frederick Willard; Willard, Frederick; Frederick E. Bush; Bush, Frederick E.; 160th New York Infantry; One Hundred and Sixtieth New York Infantry; Sergeant; regimental history; illness; death;
Letter from William A. Barnard to his father, Stephen A. Barnard, dated May 29, 1864. In this letter, he discusses the status of his regiment.
American Civil War; William A. Barnard; Barnard, William A.; Stephen A. Barnard; Barnard, Stephen A.; Twentieth Michigan Infantry; 20th Michigan Infantry; First Lieutenant; Richmond (Va.); regimental history;
Letter from Arza Bartholomew to his wife, Frank Bartholomew, dated January 25, 1863. In this letter, he discusses the Battle of Stones River, Frank's health, the baby, the weather, the railroad, syrup, and the cause of the war.
American Civil War; Arza Bartholomew; Bartholomew, Arza; Frances Bartholomew; Bartholomew, Frances; Frank Bartholomew; Bartholomew, Frank; Twenty-first Michigan Infantry; 21st Michigan Infantry; Murfreesboro (Tenn.); Battle of Stones River; Stones...
Letter from Henry Crapo dated February 16, 1865. In this letter, he asks for safe passage for Michael N. Armstrong to bring the body of his brother, John D. Armstrong, back to Michigan.
American Civil War; Henry Crapo; Crapo, Henry; Michael N. Armstrong; Armstrong, Michael N.; John D. Armstrong; Armstrong, John D.; First Michigan Light Artillery; 1st Michigan Light Artillery; death; burial; Nashville (Tenn.);
Letter from James L. Miller to Amori B. Cook dated December 6, 1861. In this letter, he discusses his health, the status of his regiment, Camp Benton, and morale.
American Civil War; James L. Miller; Miller, James L.; Amori B. Cook; Cook, Amori B.; Third Michigan Cavalry; 3rd Michigan Cavalry; Camp Benton (St. Louis, Mo.); St. Louis (Mo.); illness; regimental history; morale;
Letter from Arza Bartholomew to his wife, Frank Bartholomew, dated December 7, 1862. In this letter, he discusses Frank's health, soldier life, agriculture, the status of family and friends, and the baby.