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Ansel Bement Letter, 1861 September 24, 1861

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Knt000151Guide to the Ansel Bement Letter, 1861 September 24Processed by: Processed by; machine-readable finding aid created by:Encoded bySpecial CollectionsThe Filson Historical Society 1310 South Third Street Louisville, KY 40208 Phone: (502) 635-5083Fax: (502) 635-5086 Email: holmberg@filsonhistorical.orgURL: http://www.filsonhistorical.org/ Copyright 2001 The Filson Historical SocietyLibraries. All Rights Reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from MARC DatabaseDate of source: Date completedDescription is in English.Guide to the Ansel Bement Letter, 1861 September 24Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsThe Filson Historical Society 1310 South Third Street Louisville, Kentucky40208 USAPhone: (502) 635-5083Fax: (502) 635-5086 Email: holmberg@filsonhistorical.orgURL: http://www.filsonhistorical.org/Processed by: StaffDate Completed: n.d.Encoded by: M. Plarr Copyright 2001 The Filson Historical Society. All Rights Reserved.Ansel Bement Letter, 1861 September 24N/ABement, Ansel1 itemNo items online. Must visit contributing institution.The Filson Historical Society Special Collections Louisville, Kentucky 40208 USAOpen to researchers.[Identification of item], Ansel Bement Letter, 1861 September 24, Special Collections, The Filson Historical Society, Louisville.United States.-- Army-- Military life.United States.-- Army.-- Ohio Infantry Regiment, 49th (1861-1865)Kentucky-- History-- Civil War, 1861-1865.United States-- History-- Civil War, 1861-1865.United States-- History-- Civil War, 1861-1865-- Destruction and pillage.United States-- History-- Civil War, 1861-1865-- Underground movements.Ansel Bement was a soldier with the 49th Ohio Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Bement, with the 49th Ohio Infantry Regiment describes the regiment's welcome in Louisville, Ky.; stops at Camp Rousseau, and Elizabethtown, Ky.; possibly marching to Bowling Green, Ky.; inadequate food, clothing, and shelter; stealing food; camp prayer meetings; Federal troop strength at Elizabethtown and Bowling Green; and and L & N bridge burned by "Secesh." Finding aids available in repository

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