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Papers, 1846-1864.

Author: Christopher Gore Callender; Maria Smith Callender; James Stanislaus Bell; Frederick A Bell; Marcus A Reno
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence of Christopher Gore Callender and his mother, Maria Smith Callender of New York. Christopher's two letters to his mother describe the voyage and wreck of his vessel in 1846, and Holy Week celebrations in Trujillo, Honduras. The rest of the letters, from James Stanislaus Bell, Frederick A. Bell, and others, concern Christopher's death in Bluefields, Nicaragua in June, 1846. Also included is a letter  Read more...
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Named Person: Frederick Callender Ogden
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Gore Callender; Maria Smith Callender; James Stanislaus Bell; Frederick A Bell; Marcus A Reno
OCLC Number: 16162672
Description: 1 folder.

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Correspondence of Christopher Gore Callender and his mother, Maria Smith Callender of New York. Christopher's two letters to his mother describe the voyage and wreck of his vessel in 1846, and Holy Week celebrations in Trujillo, Honduras. The rest of the letters, from James Stanislaus Bell, Frederick A. Bell, and others, concern Christopher's death in Bluefields, Nicaragua in June, 1846. Also included is a letter from Captain Marcus A. Reno of the First U.S. Cavalry informing the mother of Lieut. Frederick Callender Ogden of her son's death at Trevilian Station, Va. in the Battle of the Wilderness, June, 1864.

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