New York State Historical Documents
Records of Company B, 114th Regiment, New York Volunteers, including inspection reports, invoices, muster rolls, receipts, and returns of deceased soldiers. Also enlistment records of men from New Berlin and Norwich
New York State Historical Documents
Correspondence of Francis and William Huntley of Pharsalia, Union Army soldiers; correspondence between other members of the Huntley family; and letters of other Union Army soldiers, including E.J. Crandall, John Fletcher, W.E. Lewis, William Manwaring, E.G. Rockwell, and R.G. Wheeler. Civil War diaries of Fred Per Lee of North Norwich, member of the 114th Regiment, N.Y. Volunteers, c.1864; Frank Pierce, 1864; Daniel Webster of North Pitcher, 1862; and an unidentified member of the 114th Regiment, c.1864. In addition, miscellaneous military discharges and pension papers, and songs and poems of the Civil War
New York State Historical Documents
Civil War and Grand Army of the Republic records of Company E, 2nd New York Heavy Artillery, in which a number of Gilbertsville residents served. Records include U.S. Army manuals, 1860-63; photographs of the members, many identified, c.1862-c.1865; a supplies record book, 1863-64; minute books, 1877-1925; and miscellaneous papers, c.1861-c.1920, including inventories, orders, muster rolls, and correspondence, and other items concerning reunions
New York State Historical Documents
Letters between Andrew Lund and his wife Nellie about money, health, Nellie's planned purchase of a house, and Andrew's thoughts about desertion
New York State Historical Documents
Photographs of headquarters, troops, officers, and equipment
Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
These include letters describing the Civil War from the perspective of Sergeant-Major James W. Stoner, a Nelson County, Kentucky soldier who served with the Confederate 9th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry. Stoner was wounded in a skirmish outside Columbia, South Carolina in 1864 and died there two days later
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Holograph letter written at Hatteras Island regarding what to do with his money if he doesn't return
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The collection consists of a three-paragraph description of, and solicitation of materials for, the Civil War Institute, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa. by director John H. Knickerbocker; two facsimiles and typed transcriptions of letters in the Institute's collections (George G. Meade to Prof. M.L. Stoever, 24 Dec. 1866, and R.E. Lee to D. McConaughy 5 Aug. 1869); and a four-page mimeographed introductory reading list on the causes, conduct, and consequences of the Civil War, 1 Nov. 1961
Library of Virginia
Consists of correspondence and other files of the Commission
University of Texas Libraries
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