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  • A History of the 28th Regiment, Wisconsin. Handwritten history of the Wisconsin Infantry Regiment, 28th, Feb. 12, 1866 (3 p.) by unknown author. Brief history of the regiment, mainly comprised of a list of officers, their promotions, discharges, and deaths. Bio: The author was a resident of Waukesha, WI.


  • Anonymous. Diary, 1864-1865. 1 item (6 pages). Typescript of a diary with brief entries from July 10, 1864 to Feb. 1, 1865. Entries primarily record: work details, food, letters, foraging, weather, and deaths. Of some interest is the brief account of a Rebel raid on August 21, 1864. The unit mustered out on Sept. 23, 1864 and entries following that date concern school. Bio: Resident of Burlington, WI and a member of a Wisconsin unit in the Civil War.


  • Dunbar, Richard J., transcriber. Civil War letters by great uncles of Winsor S. Dunbar..., 1862, 1978. 1 v. (in 1 folder), IL Photocopied and transcribed Civil War letters of brothers George H. Wood, William P. Wood (also known as Billy), and Charles W. Wood, 1862-1865, to their parents and siblings, and letters from their father, George Folger Wood, in the 1870s. There is also a photograph of the three brothers and family genealogy. Bio: The three Wood brothers all apparently joined Wisconsin regiments in Madison (WI) when their parents lived in Sauk County (WI).

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