The Civil War Letters of James H. Goodnow
Lt. Col James Harrison Goodnow served in the 12th Indiana Volunteer Infantry during a critical time in the Western Theater of the
Civil War (May 1862 to September 1864, when Atlanta fell to Union armies). Mary Kadlecek transcribed and digitized 92 letters, mostly written
by James Goodnow from various camps and battlefields (originals now preserved in the Library of Congress) and added an introductory
monograph with genealogical and military context. The print version of these documents are available in the Local History & Genealogy Department of the Jennings County Public Library
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The following link is to the book "From Vicksburg to Raleigh; or, A complete history of the Twelfth regiment Indiana Volunteer infantry, and the campaigns of Grant and
Sherman, with an outline of the great rebellion" by Moses D. Gage. Publication date 1865
"From Vicksburg to Raleigh"
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