Frank E. White diary and journal, 1864-1865

Collection consists of a diary and a journal. The diary, 1864, begins with White's accounts of camp life near City Point, Va., and dwelling on the winter, the flies, drawing of supplies, a trip to Winchester, Ky., where he was on duty for some time, and ending with an account of a trip home. The other volume, part being reminiscences and the remainder a diary, gives a long account of why he, a clerk in New York City, enlisted and what he did during the first part of his enlistment, including his first experiences of combat.

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