4 edition of Onondaga"s part in the Civil War found in the catalog.
by Dehler Press in [Syracuse, N. Y.]
|Statement||Arranged for publication by E. P. Tanner and Alice E. Northrup|
|Series||Onondaga Historical Association. Annual volume, 1915, Publicatons of the Onondaga Historical Association -- 1915.|
|Contributions||Tanner, Edwin Platt, 1874-, Northrup, Alice E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||85|
From Roman legions to medieval mayhem, Cavaliers and Roundheads to the crushing of ideals in the 20th century, there is fertile ground for drama in civil war. Part of the town was bought from the Onondagas in , and sold to settlers in East of the central ridge is Sherman Hollow, called after James Sherman, and west of it Christian Hollow, after Michael Christian, a soldier who drew Tuller, on Onondaga creek in that town.
A Washington, D.C.-area family has donated more than 1, Civil War photographs to the Library of Congress. But you won't find the men in these photos in history books — they were enlisted. WAR OF The Arsenal in Onondaga County War of Cemetery Nathaniel Woodward: CIVIL WAR. Civil War Diary of Lewis Bramer, Jr., 12th NY Vol. Infantry. Civil War Servicemen, Town of Manlius, Part I -- A through I. Civil War Servicemen, Town of Manlius, Part II -- J through Z. Civil War Service, Town of Skaneateles.
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