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  • Gerry, The Ninth Connecticut Infantry was an Irish unit. The regimental history is online if you Google it. Bill Christen
    gwjchris@... Jul 9
  • Tom, Thanks, There is no deadline. The young lady who claimed to be a soldier corresponded with Pauline Cushman (according to Cushman's 1865 biography). It is just one of those "rest of the story" items. Bill [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Apr 23, 2012
  • Let me know if you come across any mention of a Nellie King who served in the 102nd New York with her brother. I think it was in Captain Avery's Company. Bill Christen -----Original Message----- Does anyone know of unpublished sources, particularly soldiers' letters, about the participation of the 102nd New York at Antietam? [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Apr 22, 2012
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  • If any of you have some spare cash, check out this item from Dave Taylor's latest catalog (URL at bottom): Bill Christen #122 - Confederate Commanding Officer�s Frock Coat of the �Bloody Sixth� North Carolina, actually battle worn and showing the effects of his severe wound at Antietam! This is the coat of Robert Fulton Webb 6th NCST. Robert Fulton Webb organized the Flat...
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Oct 28, 2010
  • If any of you have some spare cash, check out this item from Dave Taylor's latest catalog (URL at bottom): Bill Christen #122 - Confederate Commanding Officer�s Frock Coat of the �Bloody Sixth� North Carolina, actually battle worn and showing the effects of his severe wound at Antietam! This is the coat of Robert Fulton Webb 6th NCST. Robert Fulton Webb organized the Flat...
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Oct 28, 2010
  • Stephen, They appear to be real photo postcards (1910-1930). I only have photocopies. In white ink they are both labeled "Lutheran Church at Mt. Tabor, MD." one showing the church from the road in front of the Mt. Tabor cemetery, and the other showing an interior view of the alter and pews. The others are two views of Mt. Tabor schools (one brick and one wood). The sign is visible...
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Oct 28, 2010
  • Stephen, I have copies of photographs (Mt. Tabor School and Mt. Tabor Church) taken by Fred Wilder Cross in the 1920s. I also have photocopies of two additional photographs of the church and one interior shot. Bill Christen [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Oct 25, 2010
  • ...qualities of the objects surface also plays a factor. Red roses do not photograph the same as a red box of the same value. Bill gwjchris@^$1 Visit our web site, The Curiosity Shop at http://home.earthlink.net/~gchristen [Non-text portions of this message have been...
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Feb 24, 2010
  • Gerry, I believe that the enlisted coats have six buttons per early war North Carolina regulations. There are only four or five visible, but the others are hidden under a hat or waist belt. The epaulets are dark as per regulation, and on the sitting soldier on the right the epaulets are seen edge-on. The officer is wearing the prescribed early war frock coat. "The coat for all...
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Feb 23, 2010
  • Larry, What I have are draft (pre-publication) copies of the upper halves of the maps for which you provided links. Bill [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Bill and Glenna Jo Christen Mar 6, 2009