500 Strong. Wabash College Students in the Civil War by none, Dr. James J. Barnes, Patience P. Barnes PDF

By none, Dr. James J. Barnes, Patience P. Barnes

Wabash collage in Indiana despatched extra squaddies to the Civil conflict proportional to its dimension than the other university in the USA. This e-book, the results of twenty-five years of background scholars' study tasks at modern day Wabash, information the five hundred scholars' lives in pioneer Indiana, within the conflict (over a hundred battles) and after the battle.

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She was modestly sustained by her husband’s veteran’s pension of $30 per month. References: Military service and pension files, National Archives, Washington, DC. ANDREW, ABRAM PIATT, III (1843–1935) Abram Andrew III was born on 2 January 1843 in Michigan City. , picking up the spirit of the times, began to speculate in land that increased in value so much that he became a wealthy man. Andrew attended the local schools and then enrolled in Wabash College in the autumn of 1860, entering for the last of the preparatory years.

1831–1910) JORDAN, JAMES H. (1842–1912) KENDALL, HOWARD C. (1848–1913) KENT, EDWARD P. (ca. 1838–1890) KENT, GEORGE E. (1836–1920) KETCHAM, JOHN LEWIS (1844–1915) KETCHAM, WILLIAM ALEXANDER (1846–1921) KIBBY, THOMAS ALEXANDER (1845–1924) KING, EDWARD CLINTON (1825–1904) KING, GEORGE EDWARD (1839–1927) KING, ROBERT A. (1833–1880) KINGSBURY, EDWARD BEECHER (1836–1864) KINGSBURY, SAMUEL D. (1846-1911) KING, WILLIAM SMITH (1840–1911) KIRKPATRICK, GEORGE W. JR. (1835–1921) KNAPP, CHARLES H. (1845–1898) KNIGHT, JONATHAN LEE (1837–1915) KREPPS, ANDREW JACKSON (1828–1910) LAROSE, NOAH S.

Archibald Allen, who was to become a most-admired chaplain in the Federal army, was born on 4 March 1815 near Shelbyville, Kentucky. In 1831 his family moved to Waveland, Indiana, near Crawfordsville, where he continued his education privately. In the mid-1830s he entered Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. For reasons that are not clear, he decided to return to Montgomery County and enrolled in Wabash College in the autumn of 1836 as a junior. Two years later he received a bachelor’s degree, the first ever awarded by Wabash College.

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