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  • Subject is exactly "United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865"

The collection consists of a letter written by Nancy B. Harbin to her sons, Jack and John Harbin. The letter details a mother's concern for the…

Holliday's diaries, the first covering 1 May through 8 August 1864 and the second covering 1 September 1864 through 4 July 1865, begin with the…

Notices of payment due from Samuel Huff of the first Battalion of the 75th Virginia Militia, fined for delinquency for failing to attend muster.

Goodson asks Samuel Huff to pay George Helton two pounds and five shillings for him.

Samuel Huff says that he will pay James Goad $10.00.

Bird Smith says that he will give Samuel Huff 30 acres of land.

Weddle informs Samuel Huff of his welfare after his trip and what he saw while he traveled.

Keef promises 8 dollars to be paid on or before November 1, 1806.

Indenture between Bird Smith and William Thompson, for land on the west fork of Little River in Montgomery County, VA.

Huff promises to pay John Snyder one pound and nine pence.

Promises 4 dollars, 4 shillings and two sixpences.

Fine of 1 dollar and 50 cents to Samuel Huff for delinquency at Battalion and Augt. Musters

Montgomery County loan account in the name of Samuel Huff

Hylton tells her husband about the birth of her daughter and about the family helping to get the corn in.

Hylton talks about traveling from Abingdon, VA to Saltville, VA and about where they are going next.

Hylton tells his wife that he is going to start marching from Kentucky to Virginia soon. He also instructs her to sell the cows at home.

Near Petersburg, Hylton tells his wife about the camp and getting his picture taken to send to her.

Lorenzo Hylton tells Burwell Hylton to tell his wife that he has sent a picture to her and to look for it at Uncle Bryant's.

Hylton updates his wife on his recovery since his injury.

Slusher informs Barbara Hylton of the death of her husband, Lorenzo.

Five dollar confederate bond.

Isa Hylton writes to Barbara regarding Lorenzo Hylton's death.

Note telling the recipient that they will be receiving a lock of hair.

Hubbard tells her sister that they've both lost their companions and talks about moving on with the children.

Huff tells her sister that misfortune has made her move to another place in Putnam County.

Promissory note marking the payment of eight dollars and 90 cents to Riley Hylton.

Huff asks her sister for news of her health and tells her about a baby who died recently after falling ill. *on back of letter - another letter from…

Assignment of real estate in Patrick County, VA., of James Dillion to his widow, Barbara Dillion.

Letter regarding Lorenzo D. Hylton's gravesite in Marietta, Georgia. Certificate of Hylton's war record.

"United forever" stitched with two hearts with an arrow through them.

Hylton writes a poem to her husband, Lorenzo, about receiving the picture that he sent.

Addressed to Mrs. Barbara Hylton of Floyd Co., VA.

Hylton talks about what he heard about the battle at Richmond.

Confederate soldier in the 4th Virginia Regiment, Co. D, Ewell Corps, Stonewall Brigade, during the Civil War. Letter written November 22, 1863, to…

Letter from Everett Hutchins to his sister, written January 3, 1864 at Lookout Valley, Tennessee. Everett discusses winter quarters, the regiment's…

Letter from Everett Hutchins to his sister, written on April 3, [1864], at Lookout Valley Tennessee. Everett discusses at length brother Warren's term…

Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from camp near Port Republic about personal and family matters, the battles of Port Republic…

Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from camp near Romney about personal and family matters, the withdrawal of Union forces from…

Confederate soldier in the 42nd Virginia Infantry writes from Guinea Station about personal and family matters.

Milton S. Koontz's Diary from the dates June 10, 1863 to December 31, 1863. Focuses primarily on the military related actions of each day

Milton S. Koontz's Diary from March 1865 to May 1865. Primarily details the movements and actions of Koontz and his fellow troops.

Letter from George W. Koontz to Sister Nellie. Shares experiences of camp life and his fellow soldiers. Includes an explanation of credit due in case…

Letter from George W. Koontz to Sister Nellie. Discusses prospects of peace, recent battles (Manassas) and the current ongoings in the army.

Letter from George W. Koontz to his mother. Discusses current illness and letters recieved from others.

Letter from George W. Koontz to Sister Nellie. Discusses recent ongoings in the war.
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