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Daniel Lauer Letters
The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USA
Open to researchers.
[Identification of item], Daniel Lauer Letters, 1861, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.
Lauer was a soldier with the Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 19th Regiment during the Civil War. After a stay at Camp Dennison (Ohio), Lauer and the Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 19th Regiment joined 10 other regiments at Camp Tod, five miles south of Louisville, Ky.; he describes a brief encounter with Confederates after moving to Camp Boyle near Columbia, Ky.; letters are dated Nov. 21 and 19 Dec. 1861. Cards available in repository
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