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Military officer correspondence, 1847-1900.

Author: Robert Selden GarnettGeorge Sears GreeneCharles Henry GrosvenorPeter Valentine HagnerThomas J HainesAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence before, during, and after the Civil War from Robert S. Garnett to Charles J. Faulkner; George S. Greene to Horatio C. King; Charles H. Grosvenor to Joseph Willams and Horatio C. King; Peter V. Hagner to Marsena R. Patrick; Thomas J. Haines to J. Munroe; Philip C. Hayes to Henry Storm; Alexander Hays to Capt. Plummer; and Thomas T. Heath.
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Named Person: Charles James Faulkner; Winfield Scott; Horatio C King; Marsena Rudolph Patrick; Henry Storm
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Selden Garnett; George Sears Greene; Charles Henry Grosvenor; Peter Valentine Hagner; Thomas J Haines; Philip Cornelius Hayes; Alexander Hays; Thomas Tinsley Heath
OCLC Number: 316864470
Notes: Each folder, part of a larger collection, is cataloged separately.
Description: 10 items

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Correspondence before, during, and after the Civil War from Robert S. Garnett to Charles J. Faulkner; George S. Greene to Horatio C. King; Charles H. Grosvenor to Joseph Willams and Horatio C. King; Peter V. Hagner to Marsena R. Patrick; Thomas J. Haines to J. Munroe; Philip C. Hayes to Henry Storm; Alexander Hays to Capt. Plummer; and Thomas T. Heath.
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