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Copperhead movement

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcsh: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Anson R. Butler Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0001
Abstract Civil War soldier and mayor of DeWitt, Iowa. Letters written to his wife while he was serving with the 26th Iowa Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War.
Dates: 1861-1900

Charles Cady Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0017
Abstract Civil War soldier from Danville, Iowa. Consists of letters written to his parents and family describing life in the 15th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Also includes his promotion and discharge papers.
Dates: 1862-1864

Giauque Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0110
Abstract Primarily the correspondence of James Giauque, a Civil War soldier who served in the 30th Iowa Infantry. Letters to his brother relate to army life, the siege of Vicksburg, and Copperheads. Also includes letters from his cousin Florian Giauque who served with the 102nd Ohio Volunteers.
Dates: 1861-1880

Mann Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0161
Abstract Civil War letters and military records of Asahel Mann, Jr., John Mann, and William Mann, all of whom were members of Co. A, 4th regiment, Iowa Cavalry.
Dates: 1861-1913

Mead Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0372
Abstract Civil War correspondence and pension records of an Iowa County family. Some of the topics of correspondence include the Battle of Corinth, Copperheads in Iowa, Black troops, and farm life in Iowa.
Dates: 1861-1929; 1862-1866

Silas B. Silver Diary

 Collection
Identifier: msc0012
Abstract Maryland physician. Diary includes his observations on the Civil War and politics, farming, and medicine.
Dates: 1863

W.B. Emmons Diary Collection

 Collection
Identifier: msc0010
Abstract Civil War soldier, member of the 34th Illinois Infantry Regiment. Participated in the Atlanta Campaign and saw a good deal of action in Georgia. Recorded. Wrote of many battles and skirmishes.
Dates: 1864-1865