American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865)
Found in 438 Collections and/or Records:
Papers concern the celebrated military career of Robert Goldthwaite Carter (1845–1936), soldier and writer.
A typed diary transcription composes the I. F. Cavaness Diary, 1862-1865, kept by Cavaness during his service in the Civil War.
The Josephus Cavitt Papers include correspondence, financial papers, military orders, muster rolls, a deed, a certificate, and a broadside, and relate to the life and career of Cavitt, stock raiser and militiaman in Robertson County, Texas.
The E. W. Chambers Diary, [ca. 1857]-1956, chronicles the daily military life of Elijah Windsor Chambers during his service in Captain John W. Kolfus’s company of the 16th Texas Cavalry Volunteer Regiment in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Correspondence, a poem, and a genealogical narrative compose the William Clinton Chambers Family Papers, 1862-1897, [ca. 1943], and concern the military career of Chambers and the Chambers family.
Composed of photocopies of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a photograph, the John Franklin Champenois Family Papers, 1862-1905, chronicle Champenois’ experiences fighting in the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Photostats, photocopies, and original correspondence, newspaper clippings, and printed materials comprise the Frank B. Chilton Papers, 1890, 1906-1911, undated.
This collection consists of diverse items connected in some way with the Civil War. The material concerns both Union and Confederate soldiers and has many points of origin. Predominant in the collection is a Civil War biographical file containing personal letters to and from soldiers as well as a few official letters and documents and a few papers not related to the war.
Composed of eight volumes, the Civil War Scrapbook, undated, consists of newspaper clippings concerning various battles and generals, the movement of armies, the state of the South, and the changing political climate during the Civil War.
David Cappen Clapp (1806-1893) was a printer, publisher, and served in the Union Army during the Civil War. The Clapp papers include correspondence, journal, commissions, biographical sketch, programs, and photographs about Clapp's service in the Union Army during the Civil War and short periods of time prior to and after the war.