3 edition of Historical Addresses, Reminiscences and Roster of Survivors of the Civil War found in the catalog.
Historical Addresses, Reminiscences and Roster of Survivors of the Civil War
by R S G Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
The book, Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscences of Survivors, by Rev. Chester D. Berry, published in , had been gifted to Orlo by another survivor of the Sultana, E.L. King of Osceola, Nebraska. Orlo is mentioned in the book among the “official list” of passengers and it is believed that he read the book and put a check beside the names. Includes both handwritten reminiscences and typed transcripts, arranged alphabetically by surname. Also included in the collection are papers and articles on the raid, correspondence between the Memorial Committee and the Kansas State Historical Society (Topeka), general committee correspondence, newspaper clippings regarding the anniversary of.
The last list is one of the men living at the time the book was written with their known addresses when available. Please note that there may be other men that are not listed here. If you know of any Michigan men not listed here we will gladly check listings to find them and add them to the list. At St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth, his health deteriorating, he would sometimes feel his old self, quoting Civil War verse or the Gettysburg Address. But then on a Saturday in late July, , he.
Confederate veteran organizations were formed to alleviate and address many of the challenges facing former soldiers and their communities in the aftermath of the Civil War (). The objectives of these organizations included burying and commemorating dead soldiers; caring for cemeteries; providing aid to widows, orphans, and indigent veterans; and preserving the Confederate. Passing Through the Fire: Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain in the Civil War by Brian Swartz, with a foreword by Thomas Desjardin. About the Book: As the brigade he commanded attacked a Confederate battery on a hill outside Petersburg in July , a bursting shell blew Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain from the saddle and wounded his horse.
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David Madden founded the Civil War website at LSU and is a real student of the war. This book gives accounts by the survivors of the largest maritime disaster in our nation's history--more lives lost than on the Titanic. The disaster occurred so close to the Lincoln Assassination and Booth Chase and so near the end of the Civil War that it /5.
Love Civil War history and only recently learned about the explosion of the Sultana. Civil War veteran Rev, Berry's first-person account triggered me to delve deeper and now have additional books on this horrible tragic Ap Mississippi River disaster/5(8).
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Doster, Venango County Battalion, reminiscences, etc. Pittsburg, Pa.: Ewens & Eberle, Book and Job Printers, PP. FHL fiche Get this from a library. Loss of the Sultana and reminiscences of survivors.
[Chester D Berry;] -- "The soldiers, homeward bound from Andersonville and Cahaba Confederate prisons, had survived the terrors of battle, the loss of close comrades, physical and psychological wounds, the risky.
Souvenir, the Seventeenth Indiana Regiment: a history from its organization to the end of the war, giving description of battles, etc.: also list of the survivors, their names, ages, company and p.o. address: and interesting letters from comrades who were not present at the regimental reunions.
REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR was so rare as well as refresliing to the soldiers, that wherever the army encamped they would flock to your houses and every girl was compelled to be a belle.
I was soon a full fledged young lady as far as dress and manners were concerned. Emma Chestnut Hill, 17, Cassandea Eiely Macon Orange county. Memoir, history or record composed from personal observation and experience.
Closely related to, and often confused with, autobiography, a memoir usually differs chiefly in there being a greater degree of emphasis placed on external events in memoirs, whereas.
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A roster of survivors with addresses. Introductory text signed: C. Wessells, Secretary. (Enlisted man's reminiscences, ).
Located at the Military History Institute in Carlisle, PA. autographs, ephemera, and approximately portraits and contemporary photographs. The collection documents military history of the Civil War, from.
Sultana was a Mississippi River side-wheel steamboat, which exploded on Apin the worst maritime disaster in United States history. Constructed of wood in by the John Litherbury Boatyard in Cincinnati, she was intended for the lower Mississippi cotton trade.
The steamer registered 1, tons and normally carried a crew of For two years, she ran a regular route between St. LOSS OF THE SULTANA - REMINISCENCES OF SURVIVORS CHESTER D. BERRY. CHESTER D. BERRY, born August 1,at South Creek, Bradford county, Pa. Removed, when ten years old to Michigan, thence to Minnesota, and back again to Michigan.
Enlisted Augat Marshall, Mich., in Company I, 20th Regiment, Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Today, after years, our memory of Civil War prisons is dominated by Andersonville, and we often assume that all of these photos are of Andersonville survivors. But for Americans in earlyit was Richmond that was seen as the worst of the prison sites.
Personal papers of Leslie Powell including correspondence (), education records, art promos and inventories, photocopies of newsclippings, and military papers of Powell's grandfather Samuel Powell, reflecting his service with th New York Volunteers during the Civil War; book; and photo inventory of Museum of the Great Plains.
1 box. Not one that many would enjoy, but fits my genre of 'untold' stories of vast and I read article in Michigan History Magazine about Chester D.
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—Adele Henderson published her book, Smith County, Texas: Its Background and History in Antebellum Days. You could check for the concept of “memory” in more recently published books about Camp Ford, Smith County, or Smith Countians in the Civil War as well, including my own book.
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