New Market (Va.), Battle of, 1864
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Letter, John D. Imboden to Abram Fulkerson, 1889-06-21
Scope and Contents Concerning Imboden's donation to VMI of the field glasses belonging to Union officer W. S. Lincoln of the 34th Massachusetts Infantry. Imboden recounts the events at the Battle of New Market that lead to the capture of Lincoln and the acquisition of the field glasses. Page 6 contains a note by VMI Superintendent Francis H. Smith pointing out an inaccuracy.
Letter, Moses Ezekiel to Joseph R. Anderson, Jr., 1904-07-23
Scope and Contents Autobiographical letter from Moses J. Ezekiel to VMI historian Joseph R. Anderson, Jr. Ezekiel recounts his experience as a VMI Cadet at the Battle of New Market on May 15, 1864 and his post-VMI career through July 1904. He discusses caring for his classmate Thomas Jefferson, who was mortally wounded in the battle; expresses regret for missing VMI reunion at which New Market Medals were issued to veterans.
The VMI New Market Cadets (book), author research files, 1930-1933
Overview The papers consist largely of manuscripts (drafts, galleys, proofs), notes, and other research material relating to Couper's interest in the history of Lexington and Rockbridge County (Virginia), the Virginia Military Institute, and the Shenandoah Valley. Other topics include the construction of Fort Jackson, South Carolina in 1917, and General Stonewall Jackson.