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  • Letter from John Van Riper to Henry Van Riper, March 1862

    Letter from John Van Riper to his Cousin Henry Van Riper, in it he talks about school

  • Letter to Abraham Lincoln from Arthur O. Brickman

    This letter was written by Arthur O. Brickman to Abraham Lincoln regarding his appointment as Chaplain to First Maryland Regiment of Cavalry. Brickman had been elected to this role, but, due to circumstances, was not mustered. He had been serving in this role unofficially, and is requesting that Lincoln appoint him to the role. Brickman refers to other men involved in this issue, including Major General John A. Dix and General Simon Cameron. Brickman also describes his pro-Union activ…

  • Letter from Alexander Van Riper to Henry Van Riper, 186[2]

    Letter from Alexander Van Riper to Henry Van Riper, in it he describe the food in camp and asks about home.