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Vermont --History --Civil War, 1861-1865 [7]
Benedict, George Grenville,, 1826-1907 [1]
Benedict, George Wyllys,, 1796-1871 [1]
Benedict, George Wyllys,, II, 1872-1966 [1]
Brown, John, 1800-1859 [1]
Burlington Free Press. [1]
Clergymen--Congregationalists [1]
College teachers--Rhode Island [1]
College teachers--Vermont [1]
College trustees--Vermont [1]
Family--History [1]
Family-owned business enterprises--Vermont [1]
Law--Vermont [1]
Legislators--United States [1]
Miller, Gretchen Howe [1]
Newspapers--Vermont--Burlington [1]
Practice of law [1]
Quartermasters [1]
Sheep--Breeding [1]
Soldiers--Biography--Vermont [1]
Soldiers--Correspondence--1845-1875--Vermont [1]
Soldiers--Diaries--1864-1865--Vermont [1]
Telegraph--Vermont [1]
United States. Army. Vermont Infantry Regiment, 10th (1862-1865).. [1]
United States. Army. Vermont Infantry Regiment, 9th (1862-1865). [1]
United States. Discovery and exploration. [1]
University of Vermont. [1]
Vermont Cavalry. 1st Reg., 1861-1865. [1]
Vermont and Boston Telegraph. [1]
Coverage
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 [13]
United States--History--Personal narratives--Civil War, 1861-1865 [2]
Burlington (Vt.)--Publishers and publishing [1]
Champlain, Lake [1]
Rutland (Vt.) [1]
St. Albans (Vt.) [1]
Vergennes (Vt.) [1]
Vermont--Politics and government [1]
Whiting (Vt.) [1]
Genre
Correspondence [9]
Diaries [3]
Financial records [2]
Photographs [2]
Reports [2]
Rosters [2]
Account books [1]
Legal documents [1]
Maps [1]
Photocopies [1]
Purchase orders [1]
Requisitions [1]
School records [1]
Songs (document genre) [1]
Speeches [1]
Vouchers [1]
Parker family
Title: Parker Family Papers
Dates:  1820-1952
Extent:  0.4 Linear feetOne box
Abstract: The Parker Family Papers consist largely of Civil War letters to and from Moses A. Parker. Parker's letters, many of which are to his fiance and eventual wife Eliza E. Hale Parker, offer considerable detail on the daily life of the Civil War soldier. The Parker Family was from Concord, Vermont.
Parker-Fleming family
Title: Parker/Fleming Family Papers
Dates:  1835-1909
Extent:  1.25 Linear feet1 carton
Abstract: The Parker/Fleming Collection deals primarily with the descendants and relations of Charles Carrol Parker (1814-?), a Congregational minister who preached in various churches in Vermont and Maine, and Elizabeth Fleming Parker (1813-1979), his wife. The letters span the time period of 1835-1909, with the bulk of the collection lying between 1863-1879.
Parker, Charles E., 1839-1924
Title: Charles E. Parker Papers
Dates:  1810-1943
Extent:  10.0 Linear feetFive cartons, three boxes, two oversized folders
Abstract: Charles Edmund Parker (1839-1923) was a prominent businessman of Vergennes, Vermont, Civil War veteran, and politician. The collection covers 1810-1943 and includes family and civil war era correspondence, militia records, business records, and photographs.
Wells, William, 1837-1892
Title: William W. Wells Papers
Dates:  1856-1884
Extent:  0.4 Linear feet2 boxes
Abstract: William Wells was an Army officer during the U.S. Civil War and Adjutant General of Vermont. Collection includes correspondence, diary and military papers including rosters of Vermont Cavalry, ordnance reports, orders, and clothing and equipment returns.
Yale, John, b. 1841
Title: John Yale Papers
Dates:  1862-1920
Extent:  0.209 Linear feet1 2.5-inch document box
Abstract: Collection includes primarily military service papers including Yales’ enlistment and discharge papers, company muster rolls of men under his command, reports, and postwar claims for pensions and back pay; together with a small amount of correspondence and personal material (1863-93).
Sawyer, Francis O.
Title: Francis O. Sawyer Civil War Collection
Dates:  1862-1870
Extent:  1 carton
Abstract:  The Francis O. Sawyer Papers consist of approximately one linear foot of manuscript material from the Quartermaster Corps, U.S. Volunteers.
Hubbard Family
Title: Hubbard Family Papers
Dates:  1825-1878
Extent:  One Box
Abstract:  The Hubbard Family Papers consist of one box of family correspondence from the years 1825-1878. Probably the major interest of the Hubbard Family Papers lies in the considerable number of letters to and from Vermonters serving as soldiers during the Civil War.
Davis, James, 1783-1868
Title: James Davis Papers
Dates:  -1868
Extent:  2 boxes
Abstract:  The collection consists of photocopies of James Davis' personal journals for July 6, 1861 - April 1, 1863, and May 2, 1864 - July 9 1865. Written while Davis was confined to his house by injuries, these journals offer detailed, educated comments of local events, the Civil War, literature, national politics, and a variety of other subjects.
Collamer Family
Title: Collamer Family Papers
Dates:  1802-1918
Extent:  3 Cartons, 5 volumes
Abstract: The Collamer Family Papers consist of three cartons of letters, business papers, legal notes and dockets, account books, speeches and orations, and other manuscripts. Although the collection includes material from the early 1800s to the 1910s, the majority of the Papers fall in date between 1840 and 1865.
Benedict Family
Title: Benedict Family Papers Collection
Dates:  1811-1969
Extent:  10 cartons, 1 oversize chart, 1 oversize volume
Abstract: The Benedict Family papers consist of material from four generations and numerous members of the family, especially George Wyllys Benedict, George Grenville Benedict, and George Wyllys Benedict, II.
Cargill family
Title: Cargill Family Papers
Dates:  1863-1885
Extent:  0.4 Linear feet1 box
Abstract: The collection contains several folders of correspondence, including a number of letters from George Cargill documenting his service during the Civil War. Also included are many of George Cargill's collected poems and songs. Also in the collection are account books, a war conscription notice and miscellaneous scraps.
Read, James Marsh
Title: James Marsh Read Papers
Dates:   184-1866
Extent:  1.25 Linear feet
Abstract: James Marsh Read (1833-1865), an 1853 graduate of the University of Vermont, was an explorer of the American West and a Civil War soldier. He wrote critical essays about the events of the time and kept extensive correspondence with his family. These materials are combined with the collected research and manuscript of the collection’s donor, Gretchen Howe Miller, providing insight into James M. Read’s life and the issues of this period in American and Vermont history.
Smith Family of New Haven, Vermont
Title: Smith-Kilborn Papers
Dates:  1862-1880
Extent:  0.2 Linear feetOne small document box
Abstract: The Smith-Kilborn Letters consist of Kilborn family correspondence from 1862-1863, mostly consisting of letters from the Kilborn men who were serving in the army. The collection also contains Smith correspondence from 1872-1880. Most of these letters are addressed to one Eva E. Smith (occasionally spelled Evah).