Correspondence – USA Private

Soldiers

G. W. B.,  Co. C, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Capt. William H. Baird, Co. H, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Maj. Sullivan Ballou, 2nd Rhode Island Volunteers, to his Wife

Pvt. Edward H. Bassett, Co. G., 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Pvt. Edward H. Bassett, Co. G., 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Pvt. Caleb H. Beal, Co. H, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Leonard Belding, Co. K, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Dr. Luther V. Bell, Surgeon, 11th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Col. Hiram Berry, 4th ME Infantry, On the March to Manassas and the Battle

Lieutenant Lucius L. Bolles,  Co. A, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Pvt. Augustus E. Bronson, Co. I, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Advance and Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. John Clay Brown, 14th Brooklyn, on his Return to the Battlefield

Sgt. Mark J. Bunnell, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Mark J. Bunnell, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Aftermath of the Battle

Pvt. Worcester Burrows, Co. C, 27th New York Infantry, On the Battle and the Retreat

“C”, Co. K, 27th New York Infantry, On the March and the Retreat

“C.”, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Pvt. Alexander Campbell, Co. F, 79th NY, Describes the Battle to His Wife

“Canonicus”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry (?), On the March to Manassas (1)

Pvt. Alexander Carolin, Co. A, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Col. Michael Corcoran’s Account of His Capture

M. Crosbie, Co. E, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Pvt. John W. Day, Co. H, 1st Massachusetts, On the March, Blackburn’s Ford, and the Battle

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle (1)

“DeW”, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Capt. Calvin S. DeWitt, Co. I, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John E. Donovan, Co. B, 2nd Wisconsin, On His Wounding In the Battle

Pvt. George W. Doty, Co. F, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. James P. Drouillard, Aide to Maj. George Sykes, U. S. Regular Battalion, On the Battle

H. J. E., 5th Maine, On the Battle

John Ellis and the 71st NY at Bull Run

Dr. P. W. Ellsworth, Connecticut Brigade, On the Battle

Capt. Richard Fitzgibbon, Co. H, 1st Connecticut Volunteers, On the Campaign

Sgt. Charles W. Fletcher, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

W. H. Foote, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Capt. Frederick Frye, Infantry Co. D, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle and Retreat

Lt. Eugene P. Fuller, Co. K, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

“G.”, 2nd Connecticut Volunteers, On the 91Battle

J. H. G., Co. H, 71st NYSM, On the Battle (1)

J. H. G., Co. H, 71st NYSM, On the Battle (2)

Pvt. Franklin E. Gates, Co. G, 12th New York Infantry, On Blckburn’s Ford and the Battle

Pvt. Oliver S. Glenn, Co. A, 2nd Ohio Infantry (Regimental Band), On the Battle

Pvt. Thomas Green, Co. B, 11th Massachusetts Volunteers, On the Battle

Capt. Simon Goodell Griffin, Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

“H”, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Surgeon Frank Hamilton, 31st NY, to The American Medical Times

Pvt. Clarence D. Hess, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

2nd Lt. Robert Hitchcock, USMC to His Parents on the Eve of Battle

Sgt. William P. Holden, Co. H, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Surgeon George H. Hubbard, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, Casualty List for the Regiment

Major Charles Herbert Joyce, 2nd Vermont, On the Battle

“Juvenis,” Battery A (Reynolds), 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, On the Battle and Retreat

2nd Lt. Gustav Kast, Co. A, 2nd Michigan Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Lt. Edward Burgin Knox Co. A, 11th New York at Bull Run

Pvt. Harry Lazarus, Co. G, 11th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Joseph Leavitt, Co. G, 5th Maine, On the Battle (1)

Pvt. Joseph Leavitt, Co. G, 5th Maine, On the Battle (2)

Surgeon Charles W. Le Boutillier, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle and Captivity

Sgt. Frank L. Lemont, Co. E, 5th Maine Infantry, On the Battle

C. A. M., Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Eve of the Campaign

Sgt. Charles McFadden, Co. K, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William H. McMahon, Co. G, 27th New York Infantry, On the Retreat

Corp. George M. Morris, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John H. Morrison, Co. H, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Chaplain Reverend Edward D. Neill, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William Nixon, Co. A, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Thomas D. Norris, Co. A, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Observer, U. S. Marine Battalion, On the Battle

Pvt. John. W. Odlin, Co. B, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Campaign

Lt. Patrick O’Rorke’s Account of the Campaign

Maj. Buel Palmer, 16th New York Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Joab N. Patterson, Co. H, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Letter to Pvt. Albert Penno, Co. D, 1st RI

Pvt. Edward F. Phelps, Co. G, 5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Campaign

Pvt. John T. Phillips, Co. A, 2nd Ct Infantry, On the Wounding of James F. Wilkinson 

Pvt. John T. Phillips, Co. A, 2nd Connecticut Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. George Plaskett, Co. E, 14th New York State Militia, On the Battle

Pvt. Leonard Powell, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

“Q”, 5th Maine, On the Battle

“R”,  5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

“R.”, Co. K, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Sgt. Hugh R. “Rennie” Richardson, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. James Rorty, Co. G, 69th NYSM, On the Battle, Imprisonment, and Escape

John Valentine Ruehle,  Co. A, 2nd Michigan Infantry, On the Campaign

Officers’ Clerk George L. Russell, 38th New York Infantry, On the Battle

“P. J. R.”, Co. D, 69th NYSM, On the Fight at Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

J. A. S., 11th New York Infantry, On the Campaign

“Sergeant”, 2nd Rhode Island Battery, On the Battle

Sgt. George F. Saunders, Co. D, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Lieutenant John P. Shaw, Co. F, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Preparations to March (1)

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Preparations to March (2)

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Brother, On Preparations to March

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On Blackburn’s Ford

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Brother, On Blackburn’s Ford

Col. W. T. Sherman, to His Wife, On the Battle

Pvt. David Sloane, Co. E, 1st Connecticut Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

Sgt. Lyman H. Smith, Co. E, 2nd Wisconsin, On the Battle

Capt. Thomas Snow, Co.F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (Casualty List)

John Stacom, Co. E, 69th NYSM, On the Battle

Major Josiah Stevens, Jr., 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

“Stephen”, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Mortimer Stimpson*, 1st Minnesota Infantry, On the Battle

Cpl. Joseph S. Sweatt, Co. E, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Cpl. Joseph S. Sweatt, Co. E, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle (2)

“Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (1)

“Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (2)

“Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas (3)

“Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

“Tockwotton”, 2nd Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle’s Toll

“Corporal Trim,” 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Advance

Unknown, 5th Maine, On the Battle

Unknown, 5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. I,  5th Massachusetts Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 2nd NYSM, On the Battle

Unknown, 32nd New York Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 71st New York State Militia, On the Battle

Unknown, 79th New York Infantry, On the Battle, Retreat, and Aftermath

Unknown, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

Unknown, 2nd Rhode Island Battery, On the Battle (1)

Unknown, Co. K, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Captain, 2nd New York State Militia, On the March to Manassas, the Battle, and the Retreat

Unknown Officer, 1st Minnesota, On the Battle

Unknown Officer, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the March to Manassas

Unknown Officer , Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

J. A. V., 16th New York Infantry, On the Battle

“W”, 2nd Vermont Infantry, On the March to Manassas

“W”, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Sets the Record Straight

Col. Ezra L. Walrath, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford (1)

Col. Ezra L. Walrath, 12th New York Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford (2)

Major Alexander Warner, 3rd Connecticut Infantry, On Dr. John McGregor at the Battle

Lt . Luther C. Warner, Co. C, 1st Rhode Island Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William Ray Wells, 12th NY, on Action at Blackburn’s Ford (1)

Pvt. William Ray Wells, 12th NY, on Action at Blackburn’s Ford (2)

Lieutenant Rinaldo B. Wiggin, Co. A, 2nd Maine Infantry, On the Battle

Captain Alexander Wilkin, Co. A, 1st MN, On the Battle

Col. Orlando B. Willcox, On the March to Manassas

Chaplain Junius M. Willey, 3rd Connecticut Volunteers, On the Battle

Pvt. Miles O. Wright, Co. B, 13th New York Infantry, On the Battle

2nd Lieut. Harrison D. F. Young, Co. F, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry, On the Battle

Civilians

Charles Francis Adams, Jr., On the Consequences of the Defeat

Edward S. Barrett, Civilian, On the Battle (1)

Edward S. Barrett, Civilian, On the Battle (2)

Rev. Clement M. Butler, D. D., On the “Manacle” Story and Public Sentiment After the Battle

William Augustus Croffut, On Sudley Church Hospital During the Battle

Andrew E. Elmore, On the 2nd Wisconsin After the Battle

Uncle of E. J. Goodspeed, A Civilian’s Eyewitness Account of the Battle

Elizabeth Blair Lee on the Battle

George Palmer Putnam, Publisher, On the Retreat, With Incidents of the Battle

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11 05 2008
O’Rorke’s Letter « Bull Runnings

[…] it here as it appears in the transcription provided by Dr. Clemens, and have linked to it on the Private Correspondence – Union  page that you can find in the right hand column of this page..  I have not corrected the […]

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15 09 2011
Bull Run Micro-History « Bull Runnings

[…] letters written to hometown newspapers, similar to the letters you can find here and here. This is great stuff. Now, you can find countless other micro-histories just like this, as long as […]

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