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Diaries, 1861 January 1-1866 December 28.

Author: William P Swift
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Swift's diary begins with recording President Buchanan's proclamation making January 4, 1861, a day of fasting and prayer throughout the United States, asking God to subdue to secession movement.

The diaries document his movements from New York to Philadelphia to Baltimore, Washington, and Fort Monroe. He writes about family matters and Army life.

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Genre/Form: Clippings
Diaries
Lists
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William P Swift
OCLC Number: 86172324
Reproduction Notes: Photostats (negative).
Description: 5 vols. and 35 p. (310 prints)
Other Titles: Personal papers collection;
26076, 26077.

Abstract:

Swift's diary begins with recording President Buchanan's proclamation making January 4, 1861, a day of fasting and prayer throughout the United States, asking God to subdue to secession movement.

The diaries document his movements from New York to Philadelphia to Baltimore, Washington, and Fort Monroe. He writes about family matters and Army life.

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