Augustus Van Dyke to Maudeville Van Dyke
Van Dyke was angered while in Washington D.C. at the sight of so many officers who had not actually experienced battle.Van Dyke, Maudeville1860s (1860-1869)Falmouth (Va.)600ppiCivil War Home FrontDC045This Civil War Home Front collection was funded by LSTA
Van Dyke, Augustus M. (Augustus Mortimer), 1838-1918; Indiana--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narratives; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; Soldiers--Indiana--Gibson County--Family relationships; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment,14th, (1861-1864); United States. Army of the Potomac; United States. Army. Department of the Tennessee.
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