Soldier's Diaries Written In The Field
This section is also dedicated to the words of those brave men and women who participated in the American Civil War and kept a record of their experiences to pass on to future generations.
All diaries archived at this site are authentic and have not been edited by me in any way. If you have a diary that was written during the Civil War, please consider submitting it for inclusion on this site. You can get more details at my Submissions Page.
|Regiment Identification (Alphabetical)||Soldier's Name||Internal or External Link|
|123rd Indiana Infantry, Company C||Private John A. Hiestand||External|
|35th Massachusetts Infantry, Company I||Sergeant Henry W. Tisdale||External|
|103rd New York Infantry, Company I||Private James Cordin Lormor||
|128th New York Infantry, Company H||Private Joseph W. Crowther||External|
|103rd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company E||Private Charles Lepley||Internal|
|18th Virginia Cavalry, Company F||Private Isaac Norval Baker||External|
|Stuart's Horse Artillery (Capt. John Shoemaker's Battery)||William Johnson Black||External|
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