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Jim Miller
Attended Murray Community School, Murray, Iowa
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Diary of Judith Brockenbrough McGuire: April 20, 1865
The cars on the Central Railroad will run tomorrow, for the
first time, under Federal rule, and the day after we will use our passports and
free tickets to leave the city — dearer than ever, in its captivity and ruin.
It is almost impossible to get current ...
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Diary of Judith Brockenbrough McGuire: Sunday Night, April 16, 1865
The Episcopal churches being closed, we went to the Rev. Dr.
Hoge's church. The rector was absent; he went off, to be in Confederate lines ;
but the Rev. Dr. Read, whose church is in ruins, occupied the pulpit. Strange rumours are afloat to-night. It is sai...
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Diary of Sarah Morgan: Wednesday, February 3, 1864
Last night we were thrown into the most violent state of
commotion by the unexpected entrance of Captain Bradford. He has been brought
here a prisoner, from Asphodel, where he has been ever since the surrender of
Port Hudson, and taking advantage of his tri...
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Roll of Company E, 11th Iowa Infantry
JOHN W. ALBIN— Age, 18;
residence, Newport; nativity, Iowa; enlisted, March 7, 1864; mustered, March 7,
1864; private; wounded, June 15, 1864; mustered out, July 15, 1865. SAMUEL ALBIN—Age, 18; residence Linn county; nativity, Iowa;
enlisted, April 9, 1864;...
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Diary of William Howard Russell: May 14, 1861
Down to our yacht, the Diana, which is to be ready this
afternoon, and saw her cleared out a little — a broad-beamed, flat-floored
schooner, some fifty tons burden, with a centre-board, badly calked, and dirty
enough — unfamiliar with paint. The skipper was...
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Diary of Judith Brockenbrough McGuire: Good Friday, April 14, 1865
As usual, I went to the hospital, and found Miss T. in much
trouble. A peremptory order has been given by the Surgeon-General to remove all patients. In the opinion of our surgeon, to five of them it would be
certain death. The ambulances were at the door. ...
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Diary of Sarah Morgan: February 5, 1864
Not dead! not dead! O my God! Gibbes is not dead!
Where — O dear God! Another? Only a few days ago came a letter so cheerful and hopeful — we
have waited and prayed so patiently — at my feet lies one from Colonel Steadman
saying he is dead. Dead! Suddenly a...
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Diary of Judith Brockenbrough McGuire: Tuesday Night, April 18, 1865
I try to dwell as little as possible on public events. I
only feel that we have no country, no government, no future. I cannot, like
some others, look with hope on Johnston's army. He will do what he can; but ah,
what can he do? Our anxiety now is that our ...
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Diary of Lieutenant-Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes, Monday Morning, March 24, 1862
It is snowing still. What a climate! This storm began
Wednesday last. . . . Captain Drake returned. He was very lucky — caught fifteen
bushwhackers, captured twelve horses, eighteen rifles and muskets, fifteen
hundred pounds bacon, ten sacks flour, six cano...
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Some Observations by Alexander G. Downing
BROTHERS IN COMPANY
E. Twelve families are represented in Company E by two brothers
each, and one by three brothers. John W. and Samuel Albin — John W. slightly
wounded June 15, 1864, on the skirmish line on Noon-day creek, Kenesaw Mountain
in Georgia. Robe...
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Diary of Sir Arthur James Lyon Fremantle: Tuesday, April 28, 1863
We crossed the river Guadalupe at 5 A.M., and got a change
of horses. We got a very fair breakfast at Seguin at 7 A.M., which was
beginning to be a well-to-do little place when the war dried it up. It commenced to rain at Seguin, which made the road very
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Diary of Sarah Morgan: Thursday Night, December 31, 1863
The last of eighteen sixty-three is passing away as I write.
. . . Every New Year since I was in my teens, I have sought a quiet spot where
I could whisper to myself Tennyson's “Death of the Old Year,” and even this
bitter cold night I steal into my freezin...
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  • Murray Community School, Murray, Iowa
  • Southwestern Community College, Creston, Iowa
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