Military officer correspondence, 1847-1895.


Military officer correspondence, 1847-1895.

Correspondence before, during, and after the Civil War from W. (?) W. (?) Miller to Horatio C. King; George W. Morgan to William A. Baker and Jesse K. Furlong; George P. Morris to Samuel Stevens; Reuben D. Mussey to Henry M. Cist; James H. Trapier; Charles B. Norton to Fitz-John Porter; Robert Nugent to Horatio C. King; and E. S. Obsorne to S. L. Crotty.

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King, Horatio C. (person)

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Porter, Fitz-John, 1822-1901 (person)

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Norton, Charles B. (Charles Benjamin), 1825-1891 (person)