|Statement||Thomas A. Marquard.|
|Genre||Diaries, Personal narratives|
|Contributions||Marquard, Thomas A.|
|LC Classifications||E601 .E787 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||2008908995|
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Civil War diary of Joseph Julius Wescoat concerns the fighting in the vicinity of Charleston, S.C., in ; battles at Drewry's Bluff, the Wilderness, and Cold Harbor, Va., all in ; capture by Union forces in ; and prison life at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C. In early June , the National Union Party, a temporary coalition of Republicans and War Democrats (who had split from the anti-war Democratic Party) met in convention at Baltimore and nominated Abraham Lincoln for a second term as president and Andrew Johnson, a Democrat and military governor of Tennessee, for the vice presidency. Civil War diary of George H. Marshall, a soldier in Company K, th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery during the Civil War. The diary contains short entries spanning one year, beginning with Marshall's enlistment on Febru The diary's early entries . Ulysses S. Grant was entrusted with the command of all U.S. armies in and relentlessly pursued the enemy during the Civil War. In , at Grant became the youngest president in U.S.
i have a diary from civil war how much is it worth? Update: it is the diary of willis leadbetter and is about his enlistment in army and details his marching to washington and atlanta is in very good shape and very legible it is written in july of A-B: Box Book, A History of the Civil War, , and the causes that led up to the great conflict by Benson J. Lossing; Mathew B. Brady; Henry A. Ogden. Published by The Tomkins Art & Portfolio Co., Yonkers, New York, Painted portrait in front of book of Marshall Chase. JONATHAN C. BEAN DIARY. 1 vol., 13 cm., 49 leaves, with 51 pages of entries. A diary of Pvt. Jonathan Bean, Co. H, 13th Maine Infantry, containing six pages of dated wartime entries (19 September to 1 October ) and a few pages of wartime accounts. Most of the volume consists of post-war accounts. MSN/CW JAMES BOARDMAN. James K. Salisbury Papers, Diary describing military experiences in Virginia and Maryland during the Civil War and a transcript of the diary prepared by Cheryl Iverson Olson, Williston, ND. Salisbury was a soldier in Company B, 7th Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. (1 item).