New Jersey History of Revolutionary Wars
Scope and Contents
"Battle of Connecticut Farms" (Union County, pamphlet), Civil War (Soldiers' paychecks signed by Marcus Ward, New Jersey State paymaster.for Union Forces during the Civil War, 1863-64, newspaper clippings, letters-1944; "Governor Richard J. Hughes and the New Jersey Civil War Centennial Commission request the honor of your presence at the Rededication of the New Jersey Monument at Gettysburg National Military Park, 1963 & 64; Minutes of the 22nd & 28th Annual Re-union of the Society of Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade, 1903 & 1909; Discharge of U.S. Army, 10 Jan. 1863, Richard Walker, private K Co. 26th Reg. N.J. Vols.; Camp Frelinghuysen: Notes from Newark Daily Advertiser 1868; General Orders, First New Jersey Brigade, Head-Quarters First Brigade, First Division, Sixth Corps, Camp in Crampton's Pass, MD., September 15th, 1862, A.T.A. Torbet, Colonel Commanding Brigade), History (Early Travelers in New Jersey 1679-1831, prepared by students in "Elementary Curriculum III," Social Studies, 1964, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers-The State University; The Pageant of New Jersey History by William Lewin of the Central High School Faculty, 1926), Clippings from Historical Society Lore (1910-14), photocopies of newspaper clippings, etc.
- 1862 - 1964
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