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Winslow Fuller Sanderson papers, 1846-1860.

Author: Winslow F Sanderson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In letters to his wife and children, Sanderson writes about his family, financial affairs, his military career, critical remarks of the officers, and progress of the Mexican war. After the war, his letters tell about his commands and duties at Fort Laramie, Fort Leavenworth, on the Western Plains, at a military court in Tampa, Florida, and the Rio Grande. There is a clipping telling about the old and new Fort  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Maps
Named Person: William Orlando Butler; George Cadwallader; John C Casey; Thomas Claiborne, Jr.; David Conner; Samuel Ryan Curtis; John Charles Frémont; Stephen Watts Kearny; L M Kennett; Michael Kinsella; Irvin McDowell; Aeneas MacKay; Franklin Pierce; Gideon Johnson Pillow; John Anthony Quitman; Mayne Reid; Benjamin Stone Roberts; Sanderson family.; Winslow F Sanderson; Antonio López de Santa Anna; Winfield Scott; James Shields; Persifor Frazer Smith; Edwin V Sumner; Zachary Taylor; Nathan Towson; David Emmanuel Twiggs; Gabriel Valencia; Stewart VanVliet; Benjamin Walker; John George Walker; Henry Wilson; William Jenkins Worth
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Winslow F Sanderson
OCLC Number: 702126755
Notes: Accompanied by typed calendar.
Description: 285 p. in 1 box.

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In letters to his wife and children, Sanderson writes about his family, financial affairs, his military career, critical remarks of the officers, and progress of the Mexican war. After the war, his letters tell about his commands and duties at Fort Laramie, Fort Leavenworth, on the Western Plains, at a military court in Tampa, Florida, and the Rio Grande. There is a clipping telling about the old and new Fort Laramie, the expense of maintaining forts, and the death of Indians from cholera.

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