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Make-Believe Mother MARIAN ALERT 21;
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Chapman, Charles W. fl. 1862-1869 ; United States. Army. Iowa Infantry Regiment, 19th (1862-1865). Company F ; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives ; Diaries
Charles W. Chapman was a farmer from Grandview, Iowa. He served as a private in Company F of the 19th Infantry Regiment of Iowa Volunteers. [N.B.: the regiment number written on Chapman's diary is the 15th Infantry; however, it appears that he was...
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 ; Pea Ridge, Battle of, Ark., 1862 ; Soldiers -- United States
Letter written to brother and sister describes the Battle of Pea Ridge, fought in Benton County, Arkansas, March 6-8, 1862. He describes the set up of his battery and lists men lost and injured in battle.
In 1914, Warren H. Manning began work on the National Plan which culminated in a "National Plan study brief," printed in Landscape Architecture, July 1923. The full report was never published but provides interesting viewpoints on how state...