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Attended Murray Community School, Murray, Iowa
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Diary of Sir Arthur James Lyon Fremantle: Wednesday, June 10, 1863
I dined with Mr and Mrs H––– this afternoon, and after dinner they
drove me to the Battery, which is the popular promenade. A great many
well-dressed people and a few carriages were there, but the H–––s say it is
nothing to what it was. Most of the horses a...
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Lieutenant Colonel Charles Fessenden Morse: September 13, 1864
Atlanta, Ga. , September 13,
1864. The families are fast moving South; a large wagon train goes out each
day, conveying them to General Hood's lines. The family in whose house our
rooms are, is going North; I wish they were going to stay, so that we might
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Diary of Colonel William F. Bartlett, May 6, 1864
Move at three A. M. to the front. It will be a bloody day. I believe I
am prepared to die. God bless my dear friends at home, — mother, father,
sisters, Agnes. Went into action about eight. Thick woods. Men behaved well. I
was struck in head about eleven. C...
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Diary of John Beauchamp Jones: October 31, 1862
If it be not a Yankee electioneering trick to operate at the election
in New York, on the fourth of November, the Northern correspondence with Europe
looks very much like speedy intervention in our behalf. Winder has really dismissed all his detectives exce...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant Lemuel A. Abbott: Sunday, April 17, 1864
Weather fine and warm, but some windy with clouds; all quiet along the
line to-day; have very poor quarters; has been very quiet in front; it's
doubtless the calm which precedes the storm; have little doubt but what the
army will move within the next week; ...
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Diary of Luman Harris Tenney: Sunday, August 10, 1862
In the morning received a little treasure from Fannie at Richfield.
Finished the story of the “Woman in White,” so well told. Like the style.
Inspection at ten A. M. Our staff did not go. I went to the creek and bathed.
Issued rations for five days. Delos c...
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Diary of Lieutenant-Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes, Sunday, April 20, 1862
Rained four or five hours, part very violently. I fear we can't cross
Piney. Sent to Piney; find it too high to cross teams, but not so high as to
preclude the hope that it will run down in a few hours after the rain stops
falling. A cold rain coming; men s...
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Major Wilder Dwight: Monday, March 27, 1862
camp Bivouac,
Near Strasburg , March 27, 1862. I must write you a line from our hillside-wooded bivouac this bright
morning. On Tuesday night we made a forced march toward Strasburg from
Winchester, to be within supporting distance of General Banks. We marc...
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Diary of Colonel William F. Bartlett, May 6, 1864
Morning, lay under some trees near the road to Chancellorsville. Afternoon,
persuaded to go in ambulance to Rappahannock, thence to Washington, with rest
of the wounded. Went to Ely's Ford. Stayed there till two A. M. Only heard of
five of my officers being...
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Diary of Sergeant George G. Smith: October 18, 1862
Brigade Review in New Orleans. SOURCE: George G. Smith,  Leaves from a Soldier's Diary , p.
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Diary of Corporal Charles H. Lynch: November 13, 1864
Arrived in camp early this morning. Pleased with our trip to
Connecticut. Happy that our regiment was selected. Again on duty. Hope to
remain here during the coming winter. In camp in the Faulkner's Woods, a good
place. SOURCE: Charles H. Lynch,  The Civil ...
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Diary of 4th Sergeant John S. Morgan: Tuesday May 5, 1863
Day warm and pleasant Orders to be ready at 6 A. M. on the 6th with 1
days ration in the haversacks to be gone 6 days. SOURCE: “Diary of John S. Morgan, Company G, 33rd Iowa Infantry,”  Annals
of Iowa , 3rd Series, Vol. 13, No. 7, January 1923, p. 489
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  • Murray Community School, Murray, Iowa
  • Southwestern Community College, Creston, Iowa
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