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Contains references to Col. William Stone, deserters, Copperheads, and temperance.



Letters written from near Waverly, Tennessee describing enemy attacks, camp life and activities, and his impressions of the state; includes a letter from Eli Keeler telling of Pugh’s capture; and two printed documents concerning Pugh as Enrolling…

Account of an Englishman's voyage across the Atlantic and his travels on land and water throughout eastern Canada and the United States, from New York to Iowa and back.

Davis, of Liberty, Union County, Indiana, enlisted in Company I, 15th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers on May 14, 1861. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant September 10, 1861, and as a first lieutenant November 1862.

Correspondence written by Davis to his wife and daughters on such matters as troop morale, slavery, Copperheads, camp life, and battle.

Correspondence written by Davis to his wife and daughters on such matters as troop morale, slavery, Copperheads, camp life, and battle.