United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Charles Adolphus Jewell papers
Charles H. Gorsuch papers
These papers contain military records (1861-1866) of Captain Charles H. Gorsuch, who commanded Company K, 38th Ohio Infantry during the Civil War. The records include clothing and equipment inventories, invoices for ordinance and ordinance stores, and equipment depositions. Also included are correspondence, legal documents and receipts relating to Gorsuch's involvement in farming and in business activities after the war in Ohio and then in Waldron, Hillsdale County, Michigan.
Dowd family papers
Edwin R. Havens papers
Francis McCullagh diary
The collection consists of the diary of Francis McCullagh of the 1st Michigan Infantry Regiment.
John Gibson Parkhurst papers
William H. Doxtader collection
The collection consists primarily of family Civil War records and a photocopied history of the 36th Indiana Infantry. Albert and Daniel Doxtader both served in that regiment. Philander Doxtader served in the 115th New York Regiment.
Personal papers, newsclippings and diaries of Guy O. Doxtader are also present.