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Samuel J. Gibson diary and correspondence,

Samuel J. Gibson diary and correspondence,

 
 
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Diary (1864 January 1-December 24) kept by Gibson while serving with Company B, 103rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army. Documents the capture of the Federal garrison at Plymouth, N.C., April 17-20, 1864, and Gibson's life as a prisoner of war both on the march and at Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C. Also includes a letter (1864 June 12) from Gibson to his wife written from Andersonville Prison.
Samuel J. Gibson Diary and Correspondence available through the Library of Congress Web site at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/collmss.ms000053
Microfilm edition available, no. 20,638.
Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1992.
Purchase, 1935.
Soldier.
Collection material in English.
Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms015002
Forms part of: Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.

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1935
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Kʻvemo Alevi (Georgia, Republic)
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