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|Creator:||Bisbee, George W.|
|Title:||Bisbee, George W. diary (1863)|
This is the diary of George W. Bisbee who served with the 9th Vermont Infantry during the Civil War. It contains entries January 1-October 10, 1863. Bisbee refers to guarding Confederate prisoners at Camp Douglas, Ill., transporting prisoners to City Point, Va., and exchanging them for Union parolees. Bisbee also describes a soldiers' oratory club to which he belonged, an athletic contest against the 18th New York Infantry, and the author's hospitalization.
Local identification number: RG 138
Local identification number: Bisbee tif
|Subjects:||Bisbee, George W. | United States. Army. Vermont Infantry, 9th (1862-1865) | United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 | United States|
|Collection:||Auburn University Libraries' Civil War Diaries|
|Institution:||Auburn University Libraries|
|Contributors:||Auburn University. Library. Special Collections and Archives|
George W. Bisbee Diary, Auburn University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives.
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|Persistent Link to Item:||http://content.lib.auburn.edu/cdm/ref/collection/civil/id/22803|