by Kent Masterson Brown According to the University of North Carolina Press Although he took command of the Army of the Potomac only three days
Text source: HA.com John William Peck, 4th Indiana Cavalry, Archive of Letters.A fantastic group of over 100 war-dated letters by 2nd Lieutenant John W. Peck.
From HA.com (text source below) Lt. Col. James Peckham, 8th Missouri Infantry James Peckham was a Unionist from St. Louis and member of the Missouri legislature
Moses L. Whittemore of the 51st Ohio Volunteers: born to Daniel P. Whittemore and Lavina (sometimes Lovina) Goodhue Whittemore in Keene, OH, Moses Langley Whittemore
Freeman S. Dunklee of the 36th Illinois Infantry, Co. A, pens three letters recounting the Battle of Murfreesboro, where he was wounded and taken prisoner, and where
Source: Fall/Winter 2018 catalog of Brian Green 76th OHIO INF./ ATLANTA CAMPAIGN. ALS, 2pp., 4to., onthe eld near Atlanta, Ga. 8/5/64. Soldier (Humphrey) writes mother