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Civil War letters of James Fogle and Solomon Glick : transcript

copied from original by Anita Steinkamp
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of manuscript: [19--?]. 84 leaves

With: Genealogy of the Glick family / George H. Glick.

James S. Fogle was in the Indiana 7th regiment. He wrote his family of daily life and war experiences beginning in 1861 with a letter written from Camp Robinson, Indianapolis, Indiana. The letters continue to April, 1963, written from Kentucky, Tennesse, Arkansas, and Louisiana. He was killed in battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi. The final letter is from his uncle, Adam Showers, to Thomas Fogle, Sr. telling of James S. Fogle's death on 16 May 1863.

Solomon M. Glick was in the 4th Indiana Cavalry. He wrote to his family beginning in 1862 from Kentucky and continuing through 1865, writing from Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi. The last letters talk of Lee's surrender and Lincoln's death.

Includes a few letters from B. M. Glick in the 13th Indiana Cavalry, written 1864-1865 from Tennessee and Mississippi. B.M. Glick was Solomon's uncle.

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