United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Personal papers of the John A. and Isabella Wunderly Campbell Family, Wyoming's first territorial governor. The collection provides a glimpse of what life was like in mid-19th century America and Wyoming Territory. Allusions to Civil War events can be found, as can references to political maneuverings in the 1870s. The military records provide data on Civil War events and mustering.
Scans of Civil War Maps/Drawings from the Converse County Library.
The collection includes personal documentation, including a “Certificate of Record” outlining Mr. Smith’s Civil War record, with brief highlights of postwar activities. It also includes photographs, typewritten poems, an obituary, and a list of members of the company in which Smith served
The Grand Army of the Republic, J.F. Reynolds Post No. 33 Collection contains one register of members
This collection consists of the correspondence of General James Harrison Wilson (1837-1925], from his early years in the Civil War until shortly before his retirement.
This collection contains Sharon Lass Field's research on Alexander Sutherland (1849-1929), engineer of Ames Monument, and James Thompson (1849-1921), a Civil War medal of honor recipient buried in Cheyenne..