3 edition of Letters written home in the years 1864-5 found in the catalog.
Letters written home in the years 1864-5
|Statement||by Wm. Thomas Newmarch.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 42888|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (114 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||114|
On the drive home, I began to wonder how well you could really know someone through letters alone. What if my grandparents had been less than truthful in those pages? But then I tucked the thoughts away, where they quietly simmered for years until a s film brought them back into focus. A Letter to Die For (Letter Series, #1) Life is good for Cary Anne Warren—until she arranges a vacation for her adoptive parents. Now they are dead, and she faces the future alone. In New Orleans, the hunt for birth relatives turns up a mysterious hit-and-run cold case that occurred 25 years ago/5.
THE BOOKS. War Letters – is a series of ebooks that together tell a story of the First World War (WW1) through the words and letters of nine very different men who died in the conflict. Each book is based on the letters of one individual. Read consecutively, the books tell a story of the war from its beginning to its end. The letters in this collection were years ago glued into a letter book. Many still remain pasted together, which prohibits us from arranging them in perfect chronological order. However, each letter has been read, described, and indexed, and the calendar is available to the researcher.
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Letters Written Home in the Years Describing Residence in Canada, and Journeys to New York, Washington and the Pennsylvania Oil Region, and a Written Home infrom the Iron Region of [William Thomas Newmarch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. "Letters Home" brings to view the lives of Americans living overseas during the years following the war, a glimpse of life rarely seen in other historical books and documents written about the era.
For any American who has lived in there, these letters home will bring back vivid memories of Germany, and a fresh outlook on what families of 5/5(5).
Letters Written Home in the Years Describing Residence in Canada and a Visit to the Army of the Potomac. to Which Are Added Letters Written Home infrom the Iron Region of Styria, and from Austria and Hungary. Letters written home in the years descri, Newmarch, Thomas, $ Free shippingSeller Rating: % positive.
Chiefly Civil War letters from Federal soldiers throughout the South, in camps, hospitals, and prisons, to family and friends in the North. This collection is made up of unrelated single items or small groups of items, some of which are cataloged separately.
Expand/collapse. Series Quick Links. Unit 1, Unit 2, The Great Generation told stories by Brokaw. This book is a sampling of letters written based upon reading the Greatest Generation.
And while many of the letters are touching, it doesn't read as professionally as the first book and in many cases becomes redundant. A worthwhile read but not nearly as good as the first/5(85). A collection of letters written from the Front to those left behind in World War II. The book introduces the reader to the recipients of these letters, and those who wrote them and made it home/5.
In one of his letters home, infantryman Burnett Miller focused on the strangeness of being in a foreign country over the holidays. #N#Decem It’s the evening before Christmas, but it. Letters and epistolary books have a long literary tradition, but particularly in recent years, more and more authors have used this method of Bustle 7 Books Written In Letter Form, From Author: Melissa Ragsdale.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. by those who fought it and by their families at home. The personal source materials for this conflict include letters, diaries, autobiographies, memoirs, and reports published in books that number into the thousands.
Today, more than a century later, thanks to these published letters. Forgotten for more than a century in an old cardboard box, these are the letters of Guy Carlton Taylor, a farmer who served in the Thirty-Sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the American Civil War.
From Mato JTaylor wrote letters home to his wife Sarah and their son : The letters, written home to New Brighton, describe life on the blockade, as well as the particulars of the Quaker City's apprehension of four ships suspected of bearing cargos for the Confederacy.
Six additional letters in the group were written by John Pugh's father, Joseph T. Pugh (). Asking about coming home, particularly to see grandmother; has written more letters than it seems the family received; student caught spying in young lady’s window.
Samuel Crockett Gleaves: Major James Turk Gleaves Sr: Letter Major James Turk Gleaves Sr: Receipt to Guardian of Samuel Ewing's children. My wonderful cousin bought me this book a couple of years ago, and as it spans years and is pages long, I couldn't get to it until this year.
Some of these letters are so wonderful, it was a delight and a privilege to read them, most especially the ones by famous people and the ones by nonfamous people who wrote eyewitness accounts of /5. My daughter went on an overnight field trip as part of the Maritime Programs curriculum series through her elementary school.
She went aboard the “California” as a male merchant sailor in the year I had a “parental assignment” of writing her a letter from home as if I too was living in the era. Letters Home book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Their relationship has gotten stronger through the years, as Dani makes her way through law school and Nate enlists in the Army and even gets deployed for a few months.
This book was well written and I loved Nate, Dani, and of course Tanner. flag 1 like 4/5. This book is the first-ever selected edition of Nathaniel Hawthorne's letters personal letters and eight letters written while Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American consul.
Myerson carefully selected letters focusing on Hawthorne's relationship with famous people of the day: letters written to his wife, Sophia; letters describing everyday life in Salem, Boston, Concord, Britain, France, and. A letter issued years ago by King Philip IV of France on behalf of William Wallace has been returned to the iconic Scottish hero’s homeland, authorities announced : Jennie Cohen.
For twenty-nine years they ran a business together, raised two children and travelled when they could to places such as India, Singapore, South Africa and New Zealand.
Kathryn and her family now make their home in a village near Manchester. The Letter is Kathryn's first novel, and she is busy working on her second, The Secret/5(K). Henry Robert’s oldest brother Augustus Henry Griswold () had commanded multiple ships on both Atlantic and Pacific crossings over 25 years.
After retiring to Black Hall, an area of Lyme at the mouth of the Connecticut River where pioneering settler Matthew Griswold () built a homestead in the late s, Henry taught in the district school that he helped build near his home.Seven letters, 22 July August written by Mary Ann Albinson, a southern woman with Union sympathies, to Mrs.
Lyford. Albinson has relatives in both the North and South and her letters record the problems she encounters as a Union sympathizer, and .The letters are from the men of the Mason and Allyn families who were related by blood or marriage to John and Emily.
Some are from friends or business associates as well. Although the letters date primarily from the yearsthere are letters written as early as and as a late as