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Papers and documents of James Miller, a Scottish immigrant who served in the Civil War as an engineer and later was an engineer at the Joliet State Prison.

Papers and documents of James Miller, a Scottish immigrant who served in the Civil War as an engineer and later was an engineer at the Joliet State Prison.

Joseph Franklin Culver served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A , first as a lieutenant and later as captain. Culver was engaged in banking, insurance, and the practice of law in Pontiac, Illinois, before the war. After his return…

Correspondence detailing the experiences of Joseph Franklin Culver, who served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A, from 1862-1865, first as a lieutenant and later as captain.

Correspondence detailing the experiences of Joseph Franklin Culver, who served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A, from 1862-1865, first as a lieutenant and later as captain.

Correspondence detailing the experiences of Joseph Franklin Culver, who served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A, from 1862-1865, first as a lieutenant and later as captain.

Joseph Franklin Culver served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A (Aug. 1862-June 1865), first as a lieutenant and later as captain.

Served with the 36th Infantry, Iowa Volunteers; brother to George Marion Shearer.

John Paisley was born in Ohio in 1831 In the Civil War, he served in the Ohio Volunteer Infantry and the Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, and he was with General Sherman on his march to the sea. In later life he lived in Iowa, Washington, D.C., and Kansas. …

Correspondence detailing the experiences of Joseph Franklin Culver, who served with the Illinois 129th Infantry Regiment, Company A, from 1862-1865, first as a lieutenant and later as captain.