American Civil War--Illinois--23rd Infantry
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 66
Scope and Contents Minutes from the debating society, 1860-1861, discuss topics debated and outcomes. Constitution and by-laws, ca. 1861, of the Farmer Boys Association, which allowed boys and girls over the age of fourteen to join. Four diaries, Dec., 1861-Feb. 1864, give accounts of daily activities within his company, troop movements, weather, involvements in skirmishes or battles. One letter, Feb. 12, 1865 from Sergeant A.D. Brown of the 23rd, Co. C in Virginia, telling him the news of the regiment. Diary of...
Dates: Created: 1860 - 1872
Collection — Box 62
Scope and Contents Letter sent from New Creek, W. Virginia, to J.C.S. Fitzpatrick in Chicago re: the Irish National Fair to be held in Chicago in March. Sends contribution and states that when the Union has favorably completed "this present question" he will devote all of his time and strength to "Irish Nationality".
Dates: Created: January 29, 1864