Two Sixth Plate Tintypes & Journal of Sgt. W. H. Thompson, 17th Indiana. Cowan’s item description (2005): “The inside front page is signed Wm. H.
Men of the Quartermaster’s Department building transport steamers on the Tennessee River at Chattanooga, 1864. 165-C-1068. National Archives Identifier: 533135
“During the Civil War the typical infantry weapon on both sides was a 9 1/ 4-1b., muzzle-loaded, rifled-musket. Loading procedure required the soldier to withdraw
[Original Civil war letter from occupied Confederate Nashville, Tennessee, under the military governor, Andrew Johnson] 4 page letter with original envelope from William Henry Ruse of the 97th
Hospital No. 16 on South College Street served African-American soldiers and contrabands (National Archives).
Here is a list of Civil War hospitals in Nashville: Cumberland Hospital (Volunteers) 900 beds and was led by B.Cloak. U.S. General No. 1 (Volunteers) 936