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2 edition of diary as kept by Wm. H. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, 1861 to July, 1865 found in the catalog.

diary as kept by Wm. H. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, 1861 to July, 1865

William H. Shaw

diary as kept by Wm. H. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, 1861 to July, 1865

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Published by s.n. in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: War diary of William H. Shaw, 1861-65

    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14569833M

    Diary entry October recounting Civil War battle at Chaffin's Farm. Three of Walt Whitman's letters written during the Civil War sheds light on the spirit of brotherhood between himself, his brother, and two Union soldiers. April –April - The Civil War in America | Exhibitions - Library of Congress See more. October "It was as bold and successful achievement as any during the war, and deserves a place in every book which treats of that stormy period." General John B. Gordon, in his Reminiscences of the Civil War, calls the capture of Crook and Kelley, "one of the most thrilling incidents of the entire war." Feb 22,  · John Lawson (June 16, – May 3, ) was a United States Navy sailor who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the American Civil War. Biography John Lawson was born June 16, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On August 5, during the Battle of Mobile Bay, while serving as a member. ATSOU-Civil War.


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Coburn), Allegiance: Union. William H. Shaw has written: 'A diary as kept by Wm. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, to July, ' -- subject(s): History, Personal narratives, United States Civil War, Mar 18,  · William H. Shaw has written: 'A diary as kept by Wm. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, to July, ' -- subject(s): History, Personal narratives, United.

The Civil War in the East, (accessed 8 Mar ). Timeline of the 3rd Connecticut Infantry Regiment. 3rd Connecticut Infantry, (accessed 8 Mar ). Connecticut State Library, Brady Collection of Civil War Photographs.

Shaw, William H. A diary as kept by Wm. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, to July, United States Army Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 37th () A diary as kept by Wm. Shaw, during the great Civil War, from April, to July, by Wm.

H Shaw (Book) A Civil War detective story: Confederate flag fragment. The three volumes comprise about 1, digital images in the online collection and span the years to Taft wrote daily from January 1,through April 11,and irregular entries thereafter until May 30, The diary documents Taft's life in Washington, D.

C., where he worked as an examiner in the U.S. Patent Office. Kate Carney Diary April 15, July 31, [Although a native of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Kate Carney's diary excerpt begins at her Uncle's plantation near Yazoo City, Mississippi.] Monday April 15th A dark rainy day.

Miss Mary and Mr. M--left this morning. ONEYEARINTHECIVIL WAR ADiaryoftheEventsfromApril1st,to April1st, By mikemccarthycomedy.com APrivateSoldierinCompanyD,6thTennessee,United StatesVolunteerInfantry PrintedforPrivateDistribution.

Typescript photocopy of the diary,of Lucy Rebecca Buck () describing daily life at Bel Air near Front Royal, Virginia, with parents, a grandmother, aunts, cousins, siblings, and visitors during the Civil War. Robert Gould Shaw (October 10, – July 18, ) was an American officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

Born into a prominent Boston abolitionist family, he accepted command of the first all-black regiment (54th Massachusetts) in the mikemccarthycomedy.comds held: 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment.

Jul 25,  · The Civil War Out My Window: Diary of Mary Henry [Jeremy T.K. Farley] on mikemccarthycomedy.com *FREE* shipping from April qualifying offers. The daughter of Joseph Henry, one of America's most renowned scientists, Mary Henry was years-old when her family moved into the only castle in Washington/5(5).

Carr, William H. William H. Carr Diary, Abstract: Consists of a diary kept by Carr from January to July and a student paper by Heather Ford that contains transcriptions of most of the entries. Originals located at Saint Lawrence University.

Chipman, Charles. The Charles Chipman papers, (bulk ). A Diary from Dixie, as Written by Mary Boykin Chesnut, Wife of James Chesnut, Jr., United States Senator from South Carolina,and Afterward an Aide to Jefferson Davis and a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.

By Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut, A guide to Civil War records at the State Archives of Florida The collection contains a photocopy of a personal diary kept by Washington Ives, detailing his activities diary as kept by Wm.

H. Shaw March to May This collection contains photocopies of twelve letters written by William D. Rogers during the civil war, The letters provide. May 02,  · Colonel Charles S. Wainwright, artillerist, is the Edward Porter Alexander of the Union army.

His recollections fromas presented in A Diary of Battle edited by Allan Nevins, is an amazing in-depth memoir of the Civil War as seen through the eyes of someone who fought in most of the major battles of the Army of the Potomac/5(11).

Early in the Civil War, Shaw joined the 7th New York Militia and in April marched with it to the defense of Washington, D.C. In May he joined the 2nd Massachusetts Infantry as a second lieutenant, with which he fought in the First battle of Winchester, the. - in Tennessee on April 12,in which more than African-American soldiers were killed, was one of the most controversial events of the American Civil War () - most of the Union garrison surrendered, and thus should have been taken as prisoners of war, the soldiers were killed.

Near the end ofSouth Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union. Within a few months, ten more states had seceded. The American Civil War officially began April 12,at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. Illinois participated on the Union side by sending hundreds of thousands of troops into battle.

EXCERPT FROM DIARY OF THE CIVIL WAR, George Templeton Strong during the Civil War worked heroically for the United States Sanitary Commission. No private citizen did inore for the Union cause, and his is the most famous, and the most important, of the EXCERPT FROM DIARY OF THE CIVIL WAR, Created Date.

Three volumes of his pocket diary were donated to The Museum of the Confederacy in the s. Three volumes of a diary kept by his younger brother, John Summerfield Petty, who had migrated to Ohio and fought for the Federal army, were donated recently to the American Civil War Museum collection.

Apr 13,  · A Southern Widow's Diary from to Search. Main menu. Skip to primary content. one of the soldiers in this regiment, kept a diary during the time he was camped in Rienzi in the summer of which is worth reading as a counterpoint to Amelia’s.

This map of the Western Theater of the Civil War through April provides an. A scrapbook, kept by Herkimer of contemporary clippings about the Civil War taken mostly from the Baltimore papers which used many sources including foreign papers; these clippings concern almost all aspects of the War on both sides from September Great Battles of the Civil War brings to life ten epic clashes that scourged our nation between and This powerful book sets forth the human drama of 4/5.

Home Arlington Heights Military History pageDiary 4 -- Civil War Diary of Charles Sigwalt (January 1, - October 17, ) Reference URL To link to the. Union fort on an island at the entrance to Charleston harbor in South Carolina.

After Confederate leaders learned President Lincoln intended to resupply Fort Sumter, Confederate forces attacked the fort on April 12,thus marking the start of the Civil War. Holton, Samuel M. – June July Michigan Civil War Collection June 1, Click here for this soldier’s biography: Missing April 2d [.

] A J Jackson H Casualties July 1 st Wm Preectly Prvt Co D flesh wound left hand Dorel Aldridge Prvt Co B flesh wound. May 29,  · This book is a diary from a boy that lived in Macon, GA during the civil war and wrote about everything.

His name is Leroy Gresham. He wrote about his The War Outside My Window: The Civil War Diary of LeRoy Wiley Gresham, lydiaanntravelingdoll May 29, Abner Small wrote one of the most honest, poignant, and moving memoirs to come out of the Civil War. He served as a non-commissioned officer in the Third Maine Infantry during the summer ofexperiencing battle for the first time at First Bull Run.

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Robert Gould Shaw, whose sword was taken when he died at Fort Wagner, South Carolina, in Civil War Harper's Weekly, August 15, This site features the Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the Civil War.

The material allows you to examine details of the War not available from modern publications. These newspapers will take you back in time to the days the war was still raging on.

Jan 02,  · EquaUy important for us, he kept voluminous journals from October 1,until the Grand Review, MayWainwright jotted down notes when busy in the field, sometimes in the heat of battle, and wrote his remarkable record in detaü as soon as leisure aUowed— frequently, when the guns had scarcely cooled.

This is indeed a battle diary. Nov 01,  · A diary from Dixie: the Civil War's most celebrated journal, written by the wife of James Chesnut, Jr., an aide to President Jefferson Davis and a Pages: One Man’s Experience of the Civil War as it Happened.

Jones (), a Southern journalist and novelist of some accomplishment, served as a clerk in the Confederate War Department for virtually the entire war, and made almost daily entries in his diary.

Item description: Letter, Burgess S. Gaither to Thomas Ruffin, 1 April Gaither, a Burke County, N.C., politician and member of the Confederate Congress wrote of the military disaster in which Roanoke Island was lost and the resulting investigation.

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The summer newsletter introduced the T. Blackwell Civil War diary, a family treasure. He kept the diary (memoranda as he called it) for the four years of the Civil War. The following are excerpts from the portion that reflect the war conditions and also provide insight into.

True Tales of the South at War: How Soldiers Fought and Families Lived,by Clarence Poe, editor, published in Notes Concerning the Author: Dr.

Clarence Poe was a great contributor to the history of the South. During the Civil War, Robert Gould Shaw commanded the 54th Massachusetts, the first Union regiment composed entirely of black soldiers. Over the next year, Shaw served in western Maryland and Virginia, with the regiment taking part in attempts to stop Major General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's campaign in the Shenandoah Valley.

Shenandoah Herald, Woodstock, Virginia Diary of a Soldier of the Stonewall Brigade January 8, Front Page. On an old garret was found, a short time ago a small book, containing the diary of a soldier written during the first year of the civil war.

Strother, David H.; A Virginia Yankee in the Civil War: The Diaries of David Hunter Strother. [Ed by Cecil D. Eby, Jr.] Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Pr, p.

The 3rd West Virginia Cavalry from Hoofbeats and Cold Steel: Thoughts of Civil War Cavalry Author David .Tennessee & the Civil War. Menu. Tag Archives: Shaw McCann’s Tennessee Cavalry Battalion. Posted on February 29, by.

Major J. Richard McCann This was a Partisan Corps under the command of Major J. R. McCann, in Lieutenant General Wade Hampton’s Cavalry Corps April 9, This squadron, composed of three companies.Diary entry, 28 Aprilin William Howard Russell, My Diary North and South (Boston: T.O.H.P.

Burnham, ), [12] Diary entry, 5 Augustin Mary Chesnut’s Civil War, [13] It is of course possible that the garments were not stitched for enslaved children but as rough play clothing for a white child, which may be why they.