Eugene A. Kozlay Papers 1860-1878


Eugene A. Kozlay Papers 1860-1878

Papers of the Union Army officer (ca. 1828-1883). Kozlay was a colonel in the 54th New York Volunteers. Scrapbook of incoming letters, documents, military telegrams, and orders, relating to Kozlay's military service. Letters from Hiram Barney, F.W. Seward, R.A. Witthaus, and others.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6362048

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Witthaus, R. A. (Rudolph August), 1846-1915 (person)

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Kozlay, Eugene A. (person)

Eugene Arthur Kozlay (1828?-1883) was an officer in the Union Army during the Civil War. A Hungarian by birth, he served as a captain in the Hungarian army, emigrated to the United States, and eventually reached the rank of brigadier-general. Evidence suggests that Kozlay lived briefly in New Orleans and that prior to the Civil War he was employed at the Customs House in New York City. At the outbreak of the war he helped to recruit the 54th New York Volunteers regiment,...

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Barney, Hiram (person)

American engineer. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Keokuk, to W.W. Belknap, 1869 Nov. 6. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270622429 Hiram Barney (1811-1895) acquired the land in the Half-Breed Tract that would become the White Elk Vineyard in the 1840s. The vineyard was established in 1869 when Barney sent his son, Lewis Tappan Barney, a Civil War veteran, to develop and manage the vineyard. Within years, the White Elk vineyard was producing from 15,000 to 30...