De Witt C. Spaulding papers


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De Witt C. Spaulding papers

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De Witt Clinton Spaulding (circa 1841 or 1842-1926) was a white Michigan resident who served in Company G. of the Union Army’s 8th Michigan Infantry regiment during the American Civil War. Included in the collection is Spaulding’s physical Civil War diary (which includes comments on his capture and confinement at Andersonville Prison), a transcription of the diary with additional information and images, digitized copies of Spaulding’s military service and pension records, scattered physical correspondence and miscellanea, and a DVD-R containing related materials.

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