Karl Heinrich Anschütz papers  1852-1896 (bulk 1862-1863)
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Quotes from the collection

  • "It must be hard work to drill recruits, and of that class of people still worse. Then comes the thought of the dangers of the position... I should feel as if the promotion and the extra pay wouldn't pay for the increased risk. If I went it would be a self denial to go... Upon the whole I feel as if I was willing to leave it with you to do just as you think best and as you want to. As a matter of choice, I feel as if I should rather you would stay where you are. I am not anxious for promotion for you, but then you may feel differently. You enlisted in the first place to serve your country and not from ambitious motives, and you are now doing that good work and would be still doing it if you took the other position... There may be a Providence in its being opened for you now. You didn't seek it. Pray over it. May God guide you right, and save you to return again to us" (1863 May 9)

  • "Young Thompson was always "spoiling for a fight" yet never got into one, & perhaps if he had, he wouldn't have been so anxious after that. We had some such in our Reg. till the battle of Fredericksburg one year ago to day & then they miserably failed to keep up their patriotism, in the mud after the battle. I don't say he would & I don't think he would, but all that sounds different to a fellow who has been out as long as we... I thought I was patriotic when I first came out to give up the pleasant place I had at Newark & leave you all for so long a time if not for all our earthly life, yet I was then I am ten times more so to-day. Even when almost all croaked in the mud at Fredericksburg if I remember rightly I still felt the same faith in the ultimate triumph of the good cause..." (1863 December 13)

  • "I think I shall never fall in love with the service. It is not because I like it that I stay, for I prefer peaceful pursuits. The out-door life suits my health and the campaigning, the roughing it in the bush &c. I like, but for a shorter time than I am now trying it. I saw a fair faced young girl down to the Head [Hilton Head] the other day, and a good looking young lady to-day at church where there were three and the sight brought to mind very forcibly how much I lose down here and you all together enjoying yourselves. I longed to be there. I don't care to banish myself from young ladies society again if I can help it and if 'the court knows itself.' I feel I am growing old in years too but in nothing else, certainly not into a full-blooded man " (1864 August 6)

  • "I fell to thinking how our country had been purified within the last three years. A more earnest manly piety & practical Christianity pervades the Church and the masses of the people... God has come nearer to many families, by taking some member who had gone forth to fight for his country and hasn't it been good for them. And don't all those who have friends in the Army have something definite to pray for and their formality drops off. There are many & great evils about this war, but I somehow to myself seem to see great good coming therefrom" (1864 September 11)

  • "Do you remember how large we were as "grave and reverend seniors " until commencement and then what a fall to " mere alumni"? I thought when I was home that how little attention I would excite if I should come home, the same man, but with citizens clothes on. I would not be noticed amid the thing, and no one would be the wiser for my having served in the army. The present soldiers are the heroes. The men who fell in the beginning of this Great Conflict are almost forgotten, and so will it be with those of us who fall now. Three years from now so fickle are the 'oi polloi " (1865 March 1)

  • "It has been a beautiful day & oh how the men marched, the whole 7 miles almost on a run & our brigade with knapsacks... I wish I could sit down by you & describe it to you. The great fire as big as any I ever saw, the long railroad bridge across to Bell Isle is flames volumes of smoke rising, and the bursting shells, in the flames sounded like a fierce battle raging. One of the ironclads exploded while we were there not far from us, with a fearful noise and the prettiest volume of smoke & flame rolled up so prettily, then the Reg'ts came in cheering & yelling & drums playing colors flying a regular triumphal entry... Thus falls the proud city in one grand drunk and conflagration and Uncle Abe's niggers have come and occupy the land." (1865 April 3)

  • "The life in the army has, in one sense, demoralized me, and I don't feel like the same man as when I entered the service. I feel old and cold-blooded, with no animation, or youthful exuberance of feeling. I look at everything in too cool matter of fact ways. I have too much of the calculating spirit about me. I can't so paint anything to myself as to excite so much enthusiasm, as to lead me right on into it regardless of the objections. I must stop & look at them & cool all my ardor down... I have lost the simplicity of childhood & the strength of feeling. I have grown, too, to be less demonstrative. What's going to be done? I can't awaken interest in another, for they see me apparently taking no interest in them. Do you see my point?" (1865 October 9)

  • "If I go into battle my position is behind the line & I dont have to fire but look out that the rest do & see that they keep in line & dont skedaddle. I haven't fired my gun yet & have all the catridges [sic] that were furnished me at the beginning" (1862 October 22).

  • "for in war I don't see much difference in the danger. A man in the least dangerous spot may be killed & one in the most dangerous spot may not be" (1863 May 3).

  • "We don't propose to be roughed upon by any paltry officer of a white Reg. who couldn't pass an examination if he should try. If we go into the field we are willing & wish to take shelter tents, but here in a camp of instruction we expect to have the same treatment other Reg'ts have" (1864 March 26).

  • "Once & a while when a streak of ambition or desire for fame takes me or an extra amount of patriotic zeal I wish I could be up there & be doing something, be stirring, & not rusting as we seem to be here. Such fits however don't last me long for I think that I need not desire or long for the fight for I will have the chance soon enough & perhaps too soon, then too 'they also serve who only stand and wait.'…You suffer as much as I & would more, no doubt if I was up there with Grant, though in a different way. The girls can't go and fight but they can stand by & encourage the boys who do go and pray for them, and write them jolly good letters all about things at home, &c." (1864 August 3).

  • "I learned more of the movements of a large army and how it was done than I ever knew before, on horseback riding up & down through the whole 10th Corps & I heard & knew much more than if I had simply been in the Co." (1864 October 5).

  • "That sanctum sanctorum you speak of is exceedingly small in my heart and has but an item or two, for I think I am naturally very ready to tell & often tell to[o] much about myself where a little more reserve would have been better. When I take a sensible view of it, I see but little which I don't tell to some one only I find its not all to one person & so no one knows as much as I. Should I come across the one to whom I could tell all & trust implicitly to its being kept a ready sympathizer & lover, I think I would tell everything" (1865 February 22).

  • "near 10,000 people mostly darkies, full of their expressions and gesticulations of praise & joy at seeing the day" (1865 April 5).

  • "one will do much out here so far away he wouldn't have his folks at home know anything about for the world. No doubt we do much which at home would not be tolerated, or committed, which here are after all not so very much out of the way" (1865 August 7).

Bibliography

Thorpe, Sheldon.The History of the Fifteenth Connecticut Volunteers ... (New Haven, 1893).

Partial Subject Index
African-American soldiers.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 October 15
African-Americans--Education.
  • 1863 April 3
  • 1864 May 9
African-Americans--Religion.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 July 5
African-Americans--South Carolina.
  • 1864 May 9
  • 1864 June 27
  • 1864 July 5
  • 1864 July 22
African-Americans--Virginia.
  • 1863 April 3
Alabama (Vessel)
  • 1864 July 14
Annapolis (Md.)--Description and travel.
  • 1864 April 2
Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 1839-1892.
  • 1864 October 10
  • 1865 January 31
Artillery.
  • 1863 April 30
Bachelors.
  • 1863 September 6
Balls (Parties)
  • 1865 August 24
Baltimore (Md.)--Description and travel.
  • 1864 January 23
Battlefields--Virginia.
  • 1864 August 27
Baynard Plantation Site (S.C.)
  • 1864 July 5
Beaufort (S.C.)--Description and travel.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 June 14
  • 1864 July 5
  • 1864 July 22
Beer.
  • 1863 August 11
Birney, William, 1819-1907.
  • 1864 October 2
Birthdays.
  • 1865 January 31
  • 1865 February
Bombardment.
  • 1864 October 5
Botany--South Carolina.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 July 14
Botany--Virginia.
  • 1863 May 20
  • 1863 June 21
  • 1863 June 23
  • 1863 August 7
  • 1863 August 16
  • 1863 November 13
Brownsville (Tex.)--Description and travel.
  • 1865 July 6
  • 1865 July 23
  • 1865 August 7
  • 1865 August 13
  • 1865 August 24
  • 1865 October 9
Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893.
  • 1863 December 11
  • 1863 December 13
Camden Courthouse (N.C.), Skirmish at, 1863.
  • 1863 October 18
Camps (Military)--Confederate States of America.
  • 1863 June 21
Camps (Military)--Connecticut.
  • 1864 March 10
Camps (Military)--District of Columbia.
  • 1862 September 14
  • 1862 September 24
Camps (Military)--Maryland.
  • 1864 March 26
Camps (Military)--South Carolina.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 April 18
  • 1864 April 26
  • 1864 May 9
  • 1864 June 11
Camps (Military)--Virginia.
  • 1862 October 26
  • 1862 November 19
  • 1863 February 5
  • 1863 February 19
  • 1863 April 10
  • 1863 May 17
  • 1863 May 25
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 July 22
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1863 August 11
  • 1863 September 19
Cemeteries.
  • 1862 November 13
Charity.
  • 1864 August 6
Christmas.
  • 1862 December 25
  • 1864 December 25
Churches--Virginia.
  • 1863 December 8
  • 1864 September 11
Civilians--Connecticut--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1862 August 31
  • 1865 February 5
Civilians--North Carolina--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1863 October 16
  • 1863 October 18
Civilians--Virginia--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 August 23
  • 1863 November 24
Clergy--Appointment, call, and election.
  • 1864 October 5
  • 1865 August 18
Connecticut--Politics and government--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1863 March 1
Copperhead (Nickname)--Connecticut.
  • 1863 March 1
  • 1863 November 9
  • 1864 June 27
  • 1864 September 8
Cortina, Juan Nepomuceno, 1824-1892.
  • 1865 August 7
Courts martial and courts of inquiry.
  • 1865 July 2
Courtship--Connecticut.
  • 1863 March 16
Curfew.
  • 1864 May 9
Currency--Confederate States of America.
  • 1863 December 4
Dance parties.
  • 1864 February 1
Darbytown and New Market Roads, Battle of, 1864.
  • 1864 October 10
Darbytown Road, Battle of, 1864.
  • 1864 October 15
Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889.
  • 1865 May 18
Death.
  • 1863 June 24
Dengue.
  • 1865 July 19
  • 1865 August 7
Deserters, Military.
  • 1863 November 8
  • 1863 November 9
  • 1863 November 29
Deserters, Military--Confederate States of America.
  • 1864 May 13
  • 1864 July 27
  • 1864 October 23
  • 1863 November 25
  • 1863 December 2
  • 1864 December 21
  • 1865 February 12
Dismal Swamp (Va.)
  • 1863 September 19
  • 1863 September 22
Doubleday, Abner 1819-1893.
  • 1864 October 10
Doubleday, Ulysses 1824-1893.
  • 1864 October 10
  • 1864 October 23
  • 1864 November 6
Draft.
  • 1863 July 23
  • 1863 November 4
Dreams.
  • 1864 January 8
Dutch Gap Canal (Va.)
  • 1864 December 25
  • 1865 February 22
Duty.
  • 1863 December 13
  • 1864 August 3
Elections--Connecticut--1863.
  • 1863 March 1
Emancipation Proclamation.
  • 1862 September 29
Enemy--Relations.
  • 1863 January 25
  • 1864 July 27
Executions and executioners.
  • 1863 October 23
  • 1863 November 9
  • 1865 August 7
Family.
  • 1863 December 13
Fandangos.
  • 1865 July 23
  • 1865 August 7
Finance, Personal.
  • 1863 December 17
Firearms--Accidents.
  • 1864 September 19
Fires.
  • 1865 March 27
Fires--Virginia--Richmond.
  • 1865 April 3
Fishing.
  • 1864 July 17
  • 1864 August 11
Fleas.
  • 1864 July 5
Food.
  • 1862 September 14
  • 1862 October 19
  • 1862 November 19
  • 1862 December 25
  • 1863 July 22
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1864 September 2
Foraging.
  • 1863 October 23
Foraging--Virginia.
  • 1863 July 4
  • 1863 July 12
Fords (Stream crossings)
  • 1862 November 23
Fortification, Field.
  • 1864 September 19
  • 1864 September 22
  • 1864 October 5
Foster, John Gray, 1823-1874.
  • 1863 July 22
Fredericksburg Campaign, 1862.
  • 1862 December 11
Fredericksburg, Battle of, 1862.
  • 1862 December 14
  • 1862 December 20
Fremont, John Charles, 1813-1880.
  • 1863 November 4
  • 1864 July 14
Gambling.
  • 1863 February 19
  • 1865 August 7
Garnett, William F. H.
  • 1865 April 9
Gettysburg Address, 1863.
  • 1863 December 4
  • 1863 December 11
Grant, Ulysses S., 1822-1885.
  • 1864 July 27
Guard duty.
  • 1862 October 26
Guerrillas--North Carolina.
  • 1863 October 16
  • 1863 October 18
Kimball, Col., d. 1864.
  • 1863 April 30
Laundry.
  • 1863 August 16
Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870.
  • 1864 October 23
Letters.
  • 1863 September 15
Libby Prison.
  • 1865 April 5
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
  • 1865 March 27
  • 1865 April 5
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Assassination.
  • 1865 May 1
  • 1865 May 18
Love.
  • 1865 February 12
  • 1865 February 22
Maps--Virginia--Suffolk.
  • 1863 April 16
Marches--Texas.
  • 1865 July 6
Marches--Virginia.
  • 1862 September 29
  • 1863 July 4
  • 1863 September 22
  • 1863 October 1
  • 1864 August 27
Marriage.
  • 1865 February 12
  • 1865 February 22
Matamoros (Mexico)--Description and travel.
  • 1865 August 7
  • 1865 August 24
McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885.
  • 1863 April 18
  • 1863 April 20
  • 1863 September 18
Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872.
  • 1864 October 23
Men--Conduct of life.
  • 1864 July 17
Minstrels.
  • 1865 March 20
  • 1865 May 25
Morale.
  • 1863 November 29
Morale--Confederate States of America.
  • 1865 February 12
Mount Holyoke College.
  • 1864 June 20
Mud March, 1863.
  • 1863 January 25
Mule teams.
  • 1862 September 29
Murder.
  • 1863 July 22
  • 1863 October 23
Nansemond River.
  • 1863 May 17
New Bern (N.C.), Skirmish at, 1864.
  • 1864 February 5
New Bern (N.C.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • 1864 February 5
New Market Heights, Battle of, 1864.
  • 1864 October 2
  • 1864 October 5
New Year.
  • 1864 January 2
North Carolina--Description and travel.
  • 1864 January 26
Onondagua (Warship)
  • 1865 February 22
  • 1865 March 1
Packages from home.
  • 1862 October 13
  • 1862 November 2
  • 1862 November 8
  • 1863 January 11
  • 1863 February 19
  • 1863 March 29
  • 1863 August 23
  • 1863 December 11
  • 1864 June 21
Parades, Military.
  • 1864 March 23
  • 1865 March 12
Patriotism.
  • 1863 April 2
  • 1863 December 13
Petersburg Campaign, 1864-1865.
  • 1864 September 8
  • 1864 September 19
  • 1864 September 22
  • 1864 September 26
  • 1864 October 2
  • 1864 October 5
  • 1864 October 10
  • 1864 October 15
  • 1864 December 25
  • 1865 January 31
  • 1865 February 12
  • 1865 March 1
  • 1865 March 4
  • 1865 April 3
Pets.
  • 1865 February 8
  • 1865 February 18
  • 1865 February 22
  • 1865 March 1
  • 1865 March 4
  • 1865 March 12
Photographs.
  • 1864 December 25
Physical education and training.
  • 1864 June 14
  • 1864 November 19
Picket duty--Virginia.
  • 1862 November 13
  • 1862 November 19
  • 1863 November 24
Pictorial letterheads.
  • 1865 May 1
Pillage--North Carolina.
  • 1864 February 1
Pillage--Virginia.
  • 1865 April 9
Plantations--South Carolina.
  • 1864 July 5
Plantations--Virginia.
  • 1863 July 4
  • 1863 November 13
Point Lookout Military Prison.
  • 1865 May 1
Point Lookout Military Prison--Illustrations.
  • 1865 May 1
Port Royal Island (S.C.)--Description and travel.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 June 14
  • 1864 July 5
Portsmouth (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 1863 August 11
  • 1863 August 30
  • 1863 November 24
Presidents--United States--Election--1864.
  • 1864 September 8
Prices--Texas.
  • 1865 August 13
Prison guards.
  • 1865 May 1
Prisoners of war.
  • 1865 March 1
Prostitutes.
  • 1865 July 23
  • 1865 August 7
Racism.
  • 1864 March 26
  • 1864 April 2
  • 1864 July 22
Raids (Military Science)
  • 1863 June 30
  • 1863 July 12
  • 1864 February 1
Rape.
  • 1865 August 7
Refugees--North Carolina.
  • 1863 October 16
Refugees--Virginia.
  • 1863 December 11
Reviews, Military.
  • 1865 February 22
  • 1865 March 27
Richmond (Va.)--Capture, 1865.
  • 1865 April 3
Richmond (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 1865 April 3
  • 1865 April 5
  • 1865 April 9
Roanoke Island (N.C.)--Description and travel.
  • 1864 January 26
  • 1864 February 1
Russell, Charles Sawyer, 1831-1866.
  • 1865 February 8
  • 1865 February 18
Scott, Winfield 1786-1866.
  • 1862 October 26
Scurvy.
  • 1865 July 23
  • 1865 August 7
Sharpshooters.
  • 1863 June 27
Slavery--Maryland--Emancipation.
  • 1864 November 6
Smallpox.
  • 1862 October 22
Soldiers--Alcohol use.
  • 1863 August 11
  • 1863 September 19
  • 1865 March 12
Soldiers--Books and reading.
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 July 22
  • 1863 August 7
  • 1863 August 16
  • 1863 September 6
  • 1863 October 16
  • 1863 November 18
  • 1864 June 27
  • 1864 August 30
  • 1864 October 23
  • 1865 February 22
Soldiers--Conduct of life.
  • 1865 August 7
Soldiers--Costume.
  • 1863 June 12
Soldiers--Death.
  • 1863 September 15
  • 1863 December 13
  • 1864 June 20
  • 1864 November 6
Soldiers--Recreation.
  • 1863 February 5
  • 1863 April 10
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 August 30
  • 1863 December 31
  • 1864 January 2
  • 1864 February 1
  • 1864 December 25
  • 1865 March 20
Soldiers--Religious life.
  • 1863 March 1
  • 1863 March 16
  • 1863 May 25
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1863 November 2
  • 1864 May 13
Soldiers--Suffrage.
  • 1864 October 10
South Carolina--Description and travel.
  • 1864 April 17
  • 1864 April 18
  • 1864 July 5
South Mills (N.C.), Skirmish at, 1863.
  • 1863 October 16
Spirit of the Times (Newspaper)
  • 1863 April 18
  • 1863 April 20
Steamboat travel--Atlantic Ocean.
  • 1864 August 11
  • 1865 June 15
Steamboat travel--Gulf of Mexico.
  • 1865 June 15
  • 1865 July 2
Steamboat travel--Virginia.
  • 1863 July 22
Stoves.
  • 1864 December 21
Suffolk (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 1863 March 16
  • 1863 March 29
  • 1863 April 16
  • 1863 May 11
  • 1863 May 17
  • 1863 May 25
Suffolk (Va.)--History--Siege, 1863.
  • 1863 April 16
  • 1863 April 18
  • 1863 April 20
  • 1863 April 26
  • 1863 April 30
  • 1863 May 3
  • n.d. (H.W. Green)
Tents.
  • 1862 September 14
  • 1862 November 4
  • 1863 May 17
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 October 23
  • 1864 April 17
Texas--Description and travel.
  • 1865 July 6
  • 1865 August 24
Thanksgiving Day.
  • 1863 November 26
  • 1863 August 7
Theaters--Virginia.
  • 1864 September 14
Thompson, Joseph Parrish, 1819-1879. The Sergeant's Memorial.
  • 1863 December 13
Toads.
  • 1863 August 11
Trench warfare.
  • 1864 September 19
  • 1864 October 10
Turner, John Wesley, 1833-1899.
  • 1864 August 30
Turret ships.
  • 1865 February 22
  • 1865 March 1
Union sympathizers--Virginia.
  • 1865 April 9
United States Sanitary Commission.
  • 1864 January 22
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--African-Americans.
  • 1862 November 19
  • 1863 March 29
  • 1863 April 30
  • 1863 June 12
  • 1863 July 22
  • 1863 October 1
  • 1863 December 11
  • 1863 December 13
  • 1864 January 2
  • 1864 May 9
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Hospitals.
  • 1862 October 6
  • 1864 August 27
  • 1864 August 30
  • 1864 September 2
  • 1864 September 6
  • 1864 September 8
  • 1865 May 1
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Medical care.
  • 1862 October 6
  • 1862 October 11
  • 1862 October 26
  • 1864 September 2
  • 1864 September 6
  • 1864 September 8
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, African-American.
  • 1863 April 24
  • 1863 May 3 (2)
  • 1863 May 9
  • 1863 May 25
  • 1863 June 12
  • 1863 June 27
  • 1863 December 13
  • 1864 March 26 (and passim thereafter)
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Participation, Indian.
  • 1864 February 5
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Poetry.
  • 1863 September 18
  • n.d. (H.W. Green)
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Postal service.
  • 1863 August 7
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Prisoners and prisons.
  • 1864 August 6
  • 1865 May 1
  • 1865 May 18
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Railroads.
  • 1863 June 30
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Religious aspects.
  • 1864 September 11
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Scouts and scouting.
  • 1863 October 16
  • 1863 October 18
  • 1863 October 23
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music.
  • 1863 June 12
  • 1863 July 23
  • 1863 August 23
  • 1863 September 18
  • 1863 December 31
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans.
  • 1865 March 1
  • 1865 May 1
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Women.
  • 1862 October 22
  • 1863 May 11
  • 1863 May 31
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1863 August 7
  • 1863 August 23
  • 1863 August 30
  • 1863 October 18
  • 1863 November 13
  • 1863 December 18
  • 1863 December 31
  • 1864 May 9
  • 1864 August 3
  • 1864 August 6
  • 1865 April 9
United States. Army--African-American troops--Officers.
  • 1863 November 4
  • 1863 November 13
  • 1863 November 29
  • 1864 January 5
  • 1864 January 13
  • 1864 January 22
  • 1864 June 27
  • 1864 July 22
  • 1864 August 3
  • 1863 December 10
United States. Army--African-American troops--Officers--Examinations.
  • 1864 January 22
United States. Army--Barracks and quarters.
  • 1863 February 5
  • 1863 March 29
  • 1863 November 2
  • 1863 December 26
  • 1864 July 5
  • 1864 November 19
United States. Army--Chaplains.
  • 1862 November 2
  • 1863 November 2
  • 1863 November 13
  • 1863 November 29
United States. Army--Corrupt practices.
  • 1863 December 11
United States. Army--Demobilization.
  • 1865 May 1
United States. Army--Hundred days troops.
  • 1864 September 11
  • 1864 September 26
United States. Army--Inspection.
  • 1862 October 19
United States. Army--Leaves and furloughs.
  • 1864 October 17
  • 1865 January
United States. Army--Military life.
  • 1863 August 2
  • 1863 November 2
  • 1864 August 6
  • 1865 February 18
United States. Army--Non-commissioned officers.
  • 1863 August 16
United States. Army--Officers.
  • 1863 April 30
  • 1863 May 3 (2)
  • 1863 May 9
  • 1863 May 25
  • 1863 August 16
  • 1863 November 4
  • 1864 September 6
  • 1864 October 5
  • 1864 November 19
  • 1863 December 10
United States. Army--Officers--Alcohol use.
  • 1863 April 30
United States. Army--Pay, allowances, etc.
  • 1863 August 7
  • 1864 July 22
  • 1864 November 19
United States. Army--Promotions.
  • 1862 September 29
  • 1863 May 3
  • 1863 May 9
  • 1863 May 11
  • 1863 May 20
  • 1863 May 25
  • 1863 November 29
  • 1864 October 10
  • 1864 December 10
  • 1865 January 31
United States. Army--Supplies and stores.
  • 1863 June 12
  • 1864 September 14
United States. Army--Surgeons.
  • 1863 September 6
  • 1863 December 11
United States. Army--Uniforms.
  • 1862 October 19
  • 1863 December 11
Vermin.
  • 1864 June 27
Virginia--Description and travel.
  • 1863 June 21
  • 1863 September 22
  • 1864 January 23
Virginia--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Destruction.
  • 1863 June 12
  • 1863 July 12
War.
  • 1864 August 3
War bonds.
  • 1863 May 17
War--Psychological aspects.
  • 1864 August 6
  • 1864 August 14
  • 1864 October 10
  • 1864 October 15
  • 1865 October 9
Ward, Henry Clark, 1827-1903.
  • 1864 August 27
  • 1864 August 30
Washington (D.C.)--Description and travel.
  • 1862 September 14
  • 1862 September 24
  • 1864 January 22
White House (Va.), Skirmish at, 1863.
  • 1863 July 4
William and Mary College.
  • 1863 July 12
Windsor (N.C.), Skirmish at, 1864.
  • 1864 February 1
Women.
  • 1864 June 14
Women--Education.
  • 1864 June 14
Women--Texas.
  • 1865 July 23
  • 1865 August 7
  • 1865 August 13
Wright, Elias, 1830-1901.
  • 1864 November 6
Yale University.
  • 1864 March 15
Yale University--Students.
  • 1862 November 2
Yorktown (Va.)--Description and travel.
  • 1863 June 23
  • 1863 June 27