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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 134 Collections and/or Records:

Thomas L. Kane papers, 1840-1908

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 3190 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains materials related to the life and activites of Kane. These include two bound volumes, a pocketbook, and a variety of papers, botanical pressings, and letters. The bound volumes contain anecdotes and histories in English and French about Thomas's family. The papers mostly concern the relationship between Thomas and the Mormon Church, including a letter from Brigham Young, a patriarchal blessing given to him by John Smith, and a cipher to be used while referring to Mormon leaders over...
Dates: Other: 1840-1908

Thomas L. Kane papers on the Civil War, 1861-1906

Identifier: Vault MSS 792 Series 5
Scope and Contents

Contains material relating to Kane's Civil War experience, including his correspondence with his wife, his capture by the Confederate Army, his release in a prisoner exchange, his Bucktails regiment, and a variety of post-war materials, including his correspondence with the artist of the murals for the Battle of Gettysburg.

Dates: 1861-1906

Transcriptions of Hayhurst family letters, 1862-1938

Identifier: MSS 7928 Series 3
Scope and Contents

Contains a compact disc with electronic transcriptions of Hayhurst family letters produced by Richard A. Meyer; edited printouts of the transcriptions created by Amanda Crandall, processor manuscript processing specialist in 2011-2012; and, edited transcriptions created through L. Tom Perry Special Collections' Transcribe program in 2016.

Dates: 1862-1938

William Wood visiting cards, 1853, approximately 1880

Identifier: MSS 3190 Series 11 Sub-Series 8
Scope and Contents

Contains two visiting cards found in the pages of a Roman history volume in the Kane family collection. These cards depict D. Chalmers and Chas. Chalmers. Each is addressed to William Wood, and contains a small amount of information about the lives of the subject. The card for Chas. Chalmers is dated 1853; the card for D. Chalmers is undated, but likely dates to the late-19th century.

Dates: 1853; approximately 1880