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George Palmer correspondence
The collection contains correspondence from Henry H. Tilley and others in regard to their experiences at the First Battle of Bull Run, one letter from Oliver Otis Howard regarding the Rebellion record, as well as letters from Henry Holt, William Hemsley Emery , Tench Tilghman, Ethan Allen Hitchcock, and others, regarding the exchange of Palmer's son, held in Confederate prison camp. A letter of Mary C. Putnam regarding relief supplies for prisoners and the commission appointing her a teacher of freed slaves at Norfolk, Virgina is also included.
- 1861 - 1865
- Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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George Palmer Putnam (1814-1872), The collection contains correspondence related to the First Battle of Bull Run, the Rebellion record and letters regarding the exchange of Putnam's son, held in Confederate prison camp. Correspondents include Henry H. Tilley, Oliver Otis Howard, Henry Holt, William Hemsley Emery , Tench Tilghman, and Ethan Allen Hitchcock. A Letter of Mary C. Putnam regarding relief supplies for prisoners and the commission appointing her a teacher of freed slaves at Norfolk, Virginia is also included.
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