4 edition of Letters written in Virginia to family in Vermont (1849-1852) found in the catalog.
Letters written in Virginia to family in Vermont (1849-1852)
|Statement||by Mary Noble.|
|LC Classifications||CT275.N6843 A4 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||115 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||2001265480|
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Faced with that situation/5(18). This group consists mostly of family letters written to Henry Calvin Day (b. /30), a native of East Weare, Hillsboro County, New Hampshire and a member of Company D, 14th New Hampshire Infantry during the Civil War.
Thirteen of these letters date from the period of Day's enlistment, which extended from September to July Vermont books have a special quality about them, and children's titles are no exception.
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Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. as the only letters included in this volume are ones written by Woolf herself, not her correspondents.
Which is ok, but some of them contain nothing more than paltry details that she obviously didn't expect anyone other than the recipient to /5. Selection, research and descriptive metadata for the Civil War Letters Collection was done by Sheri Boggs, Kristin Kinsey and Rose McLendon in The textual materials in this database are selections from various manuscript collections held in the UW Libraries Special Collections.
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Joseph Spafford served in the 4th and 16th Vermont Infantry Regiments. His letters are written to his mother and to his sister, M. Jane Spafford, in Upper Falls, Vt. (a village in Weathersfield), as well as to a friend, Homer White, in New York City. In his letters, Joseph Spafford writes of camp life including information about men from Weathersfield and surrounding ecole-temps-danse.com: Joseph Spafford.
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Once the report is generated you'll then have the. Presents. Letters Home From The Civil War. This section is dedicated to the words of those brave men and women who participated in the American Civil War and shared their experiences with friends and loved ones through the written word.
Bixby Family of Chelsea, Vermont, Papers, MSA The collection includes letters written to Frances Bixby by her Virginia,in the collection of the Vermont Historical Society, shows the setting in which Orville Bixby served during the Civil War.
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Get this from a library. Letters, [Horton Keith; Nathan Lord; Robert Y Holley; Elisha L Barney; Alfred Keith] -- The letters in this collection were written by Horton Keith, to his family in Sheldon, Vermont. The majority of the letters were written when he served in. InCather wrote a column about his career for the Lincoln Courier, in which she noted the irony of Kipling trying to “live a respectable Puritan life in Vermont and be a full-fledged family man,” urging him to “Go back east.” Inhe did leave the United States.
The letters relate the activities of Howe's regiment (First Regiment of Mechanics and Engineers) and give a descriptive view of army life in general.
Jewell (Horace B.) Papers This collection includes Horace B. Jewell's Civil War letters to his family in Michigan, written while serving with the 52nd Ohio Infantry. Kedzie Family Papers.
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In ciphers, letters were used to represent and replace other letters to mask the true message of the missive. The letter’s recipient utilized a key--which referenced corresponding pages and letters from a well-known book, such as Entick's Dictionary--to decode the document’s true ecole-temps-danse.comees: Overview A group of around 50 manuscripts retained by the Abel Blanchard family of Peacham, Vermont.
Most are personal letters dating from the s and 20s, written to Vermont by family members newly migrated to Canada or western New York state.
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I have 4 siblings. Can I copyright these for book purposes? The will states that everything be divided equally among us. I .The manuscripts in this collection were retained by the family of Abel and Elizabeth Eastman Blanchard, of Peacham, Caledonia County, Vermont. Most are personal letters written to Vermont by five of the couple's sons, Benjamin, Lewis, Mark, Abel, Jr., and Barnes Blanchard, who from ca.
to left New England to seek to establish.