Papers, 1825-1867.


Papers, 1825-1867.

Family papers of Clarke Rice, his son, Henry Oscar Rice, and his brother, Daniel Rice, concerning farm life in New York and Michigan in the 1820s, the 1850s, and at the close of the Civil War, ; and Henry Oscar Rice's Civil War service in the 9th Michigan Regiment, U.S.A., including references to camp life, health conditions, and new weapons, 1861-1862.

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