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Jim Miller
Attended Murray Community School, Murray, Iowa
Lives in Murfreesboro, TN
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John Hay to John G. Nicolay, April 16, 1863
Hilton Head, S. C, April 16, 1863. MY DEAR NICOLAY: The General and the Admiral this morning received the orders
from Washington directing the continuance of operations against Charleston. The
contrast was very great in the manner in which they received the...
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Diary of 1st Sergeant John L. Ransom: December 10, 1863
Instead of prisoners going away five hundred more have come,
which makes it very crowded. Some are still confident we will go away soon, but
I place no reliance on rebel reports Rather warmer than usual, and the men
busying themselves hunting vermin. A prie...
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Diary of John Beauchamp Jones: January 26, 1863
The Northern papers say Hooker's grand division
crossed the Rappahannock, ten miles above Falmouth, several days ago. Burnside has issued an address to his army, promising them
another battle immediately. Gen. Lee advises the government to buy all the grain...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant Lemuel A. Abbott: Thursday, July 14, 1864
Major Dillingham, with a detachment of the Eighty-seventh
Pennsylvania, went through on the train tonight to Washington to open the
railroad. There is no truth in the report that the road was torn up. We took
the cars at the Relay House at 11 o'clock a. m. ...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant John S. Morgan: Friday, March 17, 1865
Revelie at 2.45, breakfast at 3.30 Genl call at 5. Brigade
forms on the Gulf beach at 6 column of the 3d Div moves out at 8.30; in a
quandary about Corys valise; at 11. pass the camp of 1st Brig 2d Div which is
ahead, all Kinds of supplies left in camp & no...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant John S. Morgan: Sunday, March 19, 1865
Breaks camp early but wait to corderoy the road, move but 6
miles today 2/3 of the road had to be corded bfore the train could be
taken across, rests frequent & long. I read several papers during rests.
Pass a house in which is found powder & back of which ...
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Diary of Lieutenant-Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes: Thursday, June 19, 1862
Camp Jones, Flat Top Mountain. — Cold, dull, and P.
M., rainy. Drilled A. M. Rode with Adjutant Avery and practiced pistol firing
in the P. M. Lieutenant-Colonel Paxton of the cavalry called to see me
about Lieutenant Fordyce. Would he do for captain? Is he...
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Diary of Brigadier-General William F. Bartlett: Monday, September 19, 1864
Pleasant day. Just two months since I left Washington. It
seems like two years. I hope the end of this month will find me at home, or at
least, at liberty. Colonel Hooper came down to see me last week. He is very
well. I am to go and see his mother when I g...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant George G. Smith: May 19, 1864
Rapid and heavy firing in the rear across the bayou so the
First Louisiana marched back toward the landing, and found the whole army
crossing on the bridge of steamboats. But the firing was occasioned by our rear
guard. Smith was playing another joke simila...
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Diary of Luman Harris Tenney: Saturday, November 8, 1862
Still southwest to Rhea's Mills ten miles and then breakfast
— fresh beef and no salt. Col. Philips here two nights before, two of his
Indians shot. Two girls wounded severely by rebels firing into a house. After breakfast
went to my own men with Capt. Gave...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant John S. Morgan: Saturday, March 18, 1865
Regt on the road at 6. at 7.30 made Bon secure bayou, see
great heaps of oyster shells more low ground today. they bay & gulf one place
at the neck not more than 3/4 of a mile apart. Hear heavy guns all P. M.
supposed to be the fleet at Mobile, move about 1...
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Diary of 2nd Lieutenant John S. Morgan: Monday, March 20, 1865
Regt in line to move at 6. Rec orders to wait. At 12. I am
sent with a detail to corderoy the road. The train all stuck in the mud. men
pull the wagons out with ropes. At 3. I am relieved and report to the Regt. At
3.40 Regt in line to guard a train of 20 w...
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Murray, Iowa - Osceola, Iowa - Ellsworth AFB, SD
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  • Southwestern Community College, Creston, Iowa
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