Albert Wilder papers 1862-1864 Wilder, Albert

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Albert Wilder papers, Wilder, Albert, 1862-1864

Albert Wilder papers 1862-1864 Wilder, Albert

The Albert Wilder papers primarily consist of Wilder's letters home to his sister, Sarah, and brother-in-law, William, while he served in the Civil War. Wilder enlisted in the 39th Massachusetts Infantry in 1862 at the age of 21 and died after being wounded near Spotsylvania, Pennsylvania, 1864.

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