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David McCordick,Henry Kauffman
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Edwin Mellen Pr (November 1, 1991)
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The Civil War Letters (1862–1865) of Private Henry Kauffman: The Harmony Boys Are All Well (Lewiston . Pope, Thomas E. The Weary Boys: Colonel J. Warren Keifer and the 110th Ohio Volunteer Infantry (Kent, OH: Kent State University Press), 2002.

The Civil War Letters (1862–1865) of Private Henry Kauffman: The Harmony Boys Are All Well (Lewiston, ME: E. Mellen Press), 1991. Keifer, Joseph Warren.

The Civil War Letters (1862–1865) of Private Henry Kauffman: The Harmony Boys Are All Well (Lewiston .

the Harmony boys are all well. Civil War, 1861-1865. Published 1991 by E. Mellen Press in Lewiston. Correspondence, History, Ohio Civil War, 1861-1865, Personal narratives, Soldiers, United States, United States Civil War, 1861-1865, United States.

Ohio Infantry Regiment, 110th (1862-1865); Places: Ohio, United States; People: Henry Kauffman (1843-1891); Times: Civil War, 1861-1865. The Civil War letters (1862-1865) of Private Henry Kauffman.

Henry Kauffman to Katherine Kreitzer, Oct. 15, 1864, in David McCordick, e. The Civil War Letters (1861–1865) of Private Henry Kauffman (Lewiston, . E. Mellen Press, 1991), 89. 48. Henry Crydenwise to his parents, Oct. 25, 1864, Crydenwise Papers, Woodruff Library, Emory University; Connecticut soldier quoted in Bruce Catton, A Stillness at Appomattox (Garden City, . Doubleday, 1957), 303. 49. John Berry to Samuel L. M. Barlow, Aug. 24, 1864, Barlow Papers, Huntington Library

The Civil War Letters (1862–1865) of Private Henry Kauffman: The Harmony Boys Are All Well (Lewiston .

1: Letters from Henry Ropes to his father and to his mother - v. 2 and 3: Letters from Henry Ropes to his brother John Codman Ropes. From the 20th Regiment - Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry"-bookplate.

In May 1861, Virginian Thomas Henry Carter (1831–1908) raised an artillery battery and joined the Confederate army. Over the next four years. Throughout the many primary sources being printed during the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War, Graham Dozier has provided this collection and has also given a great insight of his own into the man of Thomas Henry Carter along with others throughout the war. Dozier gives us extensive footnotes which give the readers a look into the world of Carter and the people he met.

This collection of letters was written by a young infantryman, Henry Kauffman, during his service in the American Civil war. The letters should appeal to Civil War enthusiasts, mainly because of their style and the personality of the young man who penned them. Although registered as "blacksmith" in the Company Descriptive Book of the 110th Regiment of the Ohio Infantry, Henry Kauffman insisted upon serving as a front-line infantryman throughout the war. His unit was involved in some of the more intense fighting in the war, particularly in the Shenandoah Valley. He was captured by the Confederates at one point and "paroled". He deserted, was caught and returned to duty. Later he was wounded and finally mustered out of a military hospital.