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New Market Cadets

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

Andrew Pizzini Civil War parole document, 1865 April 18

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Scope and Contents Civil War parole document dated April 18, 1865, signed by Andrew Pizzini, Jr. This document is a typical example of the document signed by Confederate prisoners at the end of the Civil War.

Civil War parole document, 1865 May 16

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Scope and Contents Civil War parole document granted to Lawrence Royster after surrender of the Confederacy, dated May 16, 1865, Charlottesville, Virginia. The document gives him "permission to go to his home in Richmond, Virginia."

Composition "Life", circa 1863

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Scope and Contents Composition for an assignment at VMI that discusses thoughts on life.

Composition "War", circa 1863

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Scope and Contents Composition for an assignment at VMI that discusses thoughts on war.

Diary, 1862-1868

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Scope and Contents John F. Hanna's diary contains a colorful account of life at VMI and in Lexington, Virginia during the Spring of 1864. Entries begin April 17, 1864 and end May 9, 1864.

The diary was used by Septimus Knight of 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry from August 1862 (apparently copied from an earlier diary or notes) through June 1868. Most entries relate the movements and activities of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

Letter fragment to Louis C. Wise, 1864 July 28

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Scope and Contents Written from Orange County, Virginia by one of Jaqueline Beverly Stanard's sisters. Letter regards the death of her brother.

Letter from Elizabeth Clinedinst Crim to John S. Bagnall, 1921 April 20

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Scope and Contents Written from New Market, Virginia. Letter mentions cadet Moses Ezekiel caring for the mortally wounded cadet Thomas Jefferson. The letter also asks John S. Bagnall to visit.

Letter from Francis H. Smith to Samuel B. Atwill, 1864 July 28-29

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Scope and Contents Written from VMI, Lextingon, Virginia. Superintendent Francis H. Smith wrote this letter to notify the Atwill family of Samuel F. Atwill's death.