Invisible Siege: The Journal of Lucius E. Chittenden, April 15, 1861-July 14, 1861
Americana Exchange Press, 1969 - 133 ページ
This journal shows a glimpse of early Civil War life from April to July 1861.
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Annapolis appears appointed arms army arrived attack attended Baltimore battery battle beautiful body Bridge bring Building called camp carrying Chittenden clerk coming command commenced continue Department direction doubt duties effect excitement expected fight fired forces give given guard hands Harper's Ferry heard heavy House importance interest Jordan June killed last night leave letter look Maryland Mass meeting ment miles military Monday Monroe morning move never North o'clock once party passed prisoners published railroad rebels received regiment Regt river rumor says Scott secession Secessionists Secretary seems Senate sent shows side soon Southern Star taken took Treasury troops Union Vermont Virginia Washington whole wounded write yesterday York