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Archival and Secondary Sources for the 141st New York Infantry

  • Houghton, Charles A. The Charles A. Houghton papers, 1858-1865. Description: 1 box. Abstract: Contains the following type of materials: correspondence. Contains information pertaining to the following wars: Civil War – Eastern theater, – Atlantic coast, – Western theater, –Northern interior. Contains information pertaining to the following military units: 141st New York Infantry Regiment; 72nd New York Infantry Regiment; 86th New York Infantry Regiment; 84th New York Infantry Regiment. General description of the collection: The Charles A Houghton papers include soldiers letters, 141st, August 1862-June 1865; campaigns: Suffolk Peninsula, 1863, Gettysburg, Wauhatchie, Chattanooga, Resaca, New Hope Church, Atlanta, march to the sea, Savannah, and Carolinas; served: Laurel, Maryland, Arlington, and White House Virginia; Shell Mound, Tennessee, Nickajack, Georgia, Stanton General Hospital, District of Columbia; cattle herd; longs for home, Lindleytown, NY; letters, 72nd,1863; 86th,1861-1864; and 84th, 1862-1865. Located at the Military History Institute in Carlisle, PA.
  • Document - Diary entry with description of Camp “Hathaway”, 141st Regiment N.Y. Volunteers, September 28, 1862. MC 02 Civil War Collection. Chemung County Historical Society.
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