Seth A. Rogers Letters
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Letters written by Rogers from the headquarters of the 36th Massachusetts Volunteers near Petersburg, Virginia, to his aunt Louise Farrington and his cousin Zenas R. Farrington of Holden, Maine. Rogers describes the work of his regiment in building a fort and traverse way in front of his division, the mood and attitude of the soldiers, and the activities of the Christian Commission and the Sanitary Commission on their behalf.
- July 24, 1864
- Rogers, Seth A. (Person)
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Seth A. Rogers was a resident of Charlestown, Mass. He enlisted in the 36th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment on Aug. 11, 1862 and mustered out June 8, 1865.
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- Farrington, Louise, circa 1805-
- Farrington, Zenas R.
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- United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 36th (1862-1865)
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