George M. Safford Civil War Correspondence Collection

Authors

Document Type

Letter

Keywords

U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, Columbus, IN, correspondence, army, troops, postal service, postal stamp, family, father, son, cavalry, comradery, morale, self-determination, company, mustering out, marching and drill, women at home, brother, soldier slang, war work, labor, thoughts on the enemy, animals, scouting, sentry, military police, food, money, funds, livestock, rank, captain, prisoners, prisoners of war, race, racial slur, racism, bravery, heroism, war wounded, injury, weapons, Pulaski, TN, rebels, gifts, souvenirs, aunt, nephew, health and sickness, disease and sanitation, medical treatment, medical personnel, Hospital, discharge

Publication Date

6-12-1864

Subject Terms

James Broderick Safford; June 12, 1864; American Civil War 1861 1865. Regimental histories. 54th Indiana Infantry Regiment; American Civil War 1861 1865. Regimental histories. 10th Indiana Cavalry Company H; American Civil War 1861 1865. Personal Narratives; American Civil War 1861 1865. Social conditions - 19th century; American Civil War 1861 1865. Social life and customs - 19th century; American Civil War 1861 1865. War Work; American Civil War 1861 1865. Labor; American Civil War 1861 1865. Mitchell, John G., 1838 – 1894; American Civil War 1861 1865. Regimental histories. 10th Indiana Cavalry Company K; American Civil War 1861 1865. Prisoners of War -- Pulaski, TN; American Civil War 1861 1865. Race relations 19th century;

Summary

This collection contains correspondence written by George M. Safford during the American Civil War.

Identifier

SCANNED_2013.070.w.r_Safford_americancivilwar_1864-06-12_003.pdf