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War of the Rebellion
Historical / Birographical note: "Civil War soldier, businessman, and politician. Born and raised in Troy, N.Y., he enlisted 7 December 1861 to serve three years in the army. He mustered in 24 January 1862, as first lieutenant, Company C of the 93rd New York Infantry Regiment; promoted in rank to Captain, Co. H, 4 April 1864, he was discharged from service 14 January 1865, near Petersburg, VA. After the war, he settled in Watervliet, N.Y. and embarked in the lumber business. He was also involved in local politics, representing the Watervliet area in the New York State Legislature during the 1870s and 1880s. He was also manager of the Kearslake Flouring Mill. In 1891, he moved to Quebec to manage a lumber mill."*
This collection is 326 total pages including a title page and a seven-page index at the end which is very faint. There are two pages numbered 151 (151 and 151A) and two pages numbered 276 (276 and 276A). This is a collection of only the transcriptions. The originals are located at the New York State Library.
This collection has been put through an OCR program (optical character recongnition) so it can be searched. However, it has NOT been proof-read so there are mistakes in the underlying text.
Due to the large size of this collection you can either download the PDFs in parts or download the whole file (about 20 MB)
Letters in sections
Index to all letters. (7 pages)
New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History