Author(s)Woodruff, D. O. (David Oliphant)
KeywordsLincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
United States. -- Army. -- Michigan Infantry Regiment, 25th (1862-1865). -- Company F.
Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898.
New York (State)
California -- Gold discoveries.
Blair, Austin, 1818-1894.
United States -- History
United States -- Politics and government
Methodist Episcopal Church -- Michigan.
Agriculture -- United States.
Free Methodist Church of North America -- New York (State)
Education -- United States.
North Chili (N.Y.)
Fourth of July.
Schools -- New York (State) -- North Chili.
Griffin, Eli Augustus, 1833-1864.
Woodruff, D. O. (David Oliphant)
Presidents -- United States -- Election
Farmers -- United States.
California -- Social life and customs.
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AbstractA farmer near Niles, Michigan.
Correspondence of Woodruff, his second wife, Clarissa Hurd Woodruff, and his children concerning family affairs, particularly the service of Charles Woodruff with the 25th Michigan Infantry during the Civil War and Mrs. Woodruff's family in New York state; also comments on elementary schools and early Free Methodists (known as Nazarites) near Chili, New York, and the California gold rush. Correspondents include: Charles Duncombe, Aaron P. Hammond, William Hurd, Thomas O'Callahan, Edgar Woodruff and Mary
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