Henry B. Butler Civil War Letters
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Photocopies of typescript of the letters of a Civil War soldier. They were written to his wife Mary, in Castine, Maine, from August 17, 1862 to February 25, 1865. Included also is a letter from Chaplain Geo. A. Seakin informing Mary of her husband's death and describing his burial. Included also is a letter from Lois Moore Cyr dated Sept. 1989 giving a history of the letters and of the farm where Henry B. Butler lived.
- Majority of material found within August 17, 1862-March 13, 1865
- Butler, Henry B., -1865 (Person)
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Henry B. Butler was a Civil War soldier from Castine, Maine. He died in March of 1865 from a wound received in battle. He was in the Sixteenth Maine Regiment, Company K.
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Photocopies of typescript of the letters of a Civil War soldier.
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- Butler, Mary
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- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Correspondence Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- United States. Army. Maine Infantry Regiment, 16th (1862-1865)
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