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21st Indiana Battery Light Artillery

Andrew, Abram Piatt, Letter, May 7, 1863. SC 2994. One folder. Collection guide online. This collection contains one letter from Andrew to his father written on May 7, 1863 while camped near Carthage, Tennessee. In it, he discusses back payments due from the government for his military service. He also describes shelling ambushing rebels in Tennessee. Abrams Piatt Andrew was Second Lieutenant for the 21st Indiana Battery Light Artillery. He was eventually promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

Andrew, Abram Piatt in Mills, Caleb, Family Paper, 1834-1880. M 0207, BV 1610, F 0602- 0604, 0M 0405. Three manuscript boxes, two oversize folders, one bound volume, three reels of microfilm. Collection guide online. The collection centers on the papers of Caleb Mills an educator but also includes those of his son Benjamin Marshall Mills. The collection also contains Civil War correspondence from former students of Mills at Wabash. One letter written by A. Piatt Andrew on Aug. 20, 1862 (Box 1, Folder 3) is included in the collection. Andrew states that he has joined the 20th Indiana Battery, a regiment raised by his cousin W.W. Andrew. He is writing from his hometown of LaPorte soon after joining the 20th.

Klinefelt, Carl, in Palmer Family Papers, 1865; 1918-1948. M 1018, OM 0503. One manuscript box, two oversize folders. Collection guide online. The collection though related primarily to World War I and II, contains one civil war era document. The discharge of Carl Klinefelt who served in the 21st Indiana Battery. The document is dated June 26, 1865 (Box 1, Folder 1).

Ramey, William S., in Milroy, Samuel Correspondence and Papers 1802-1930. SC 1093, F 0090. Nine folders, one microfilm reel. Collection guide in library. Within the collection are several forms related to William S. Ramey in relation to the 9th Infantry and 24th Battery during the Civil War. A discharge on Aug. 3, 1865 from the 24th Battery for Sergeant William S. Ramey is included on the microfilm.

Taylor, Charles J., in O'Brien-Trainer Family Collection, ca. 1895-1962. P 0546. One half-size photographs box, one folder color photographs. Photocopy. Collection guide online. Included in the collection is a photocopy of the discharge for Charles J. Taylor. A GAR document related to Taylor's death in 1922 is also available (Photographs, Box 1, Folder 5). Charles J. Taylor served in the 21st Indiana Battery Light Artillery from 1862 until 1865.

22nd Indiana Battery Light Artillery

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23rd Indiana Battery Light Artillery

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24th Indiana Battery Light Artillery

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25th Indiana Battery Light Artillery

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26th Indiana Battery Light Artillery

Indiana Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery Regiments Collection, 1861-1917. M 0164. Seven manuscript boxes. Collection guide online. The collection contains muster rolls, payroll, pay vouchers and other documents relating to various Indiana infantry, cavalry, and artillery regiments during the Civil War and Mexican Expedition of 1916-17. Collection contains one folder of material for the 26th Indiana Battery Light Artillery.

Thomas, Hubbard Trowbridge, Civil War Letters, 1861-1865. SC 1447. Five Folders. Photocopy. Collection guide in library. Hubbard Trowbridge Thomas was a Second Lieutenant of the 3rd Battery Light Artillery (1861-1863) and Captain of the 26th Battery Light Artillery (1863-1865). The collection includes letters of several union soldiers who served for Indiana and other states. The bulk of the collection contains letters Thomas wrote to his parents from September, 1861 through March, 1865. A short biographical sketch of Hubbard T. Thomas can be found in folder one of the collection in addition to a letter from Thomas to his parents in 1857.