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United States. Army. Indiana Cavalry Regiment, 13th (1861-1865)



The Indiana 13th Cavalry Regiment was a division of the Union Army during the Civil War and organized at Indianapolis, Kokomo, and New Albany, Indiana from December 23, 1863 to April 29, 1864. They left the state for Nashville, Tennessee on April 30, 1864. From there, they battled in a number of southern states until 1865, including: Tennessee, Kentucky, Alamaba, and Mississippi.


"Union Regimental Histories: 13th Regiment Cavalry (131st Regiment Volunteers)" The Civil War Archive, accessed September 4, 2015.

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John Chauncey papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-010
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, photographs, military records, and memorabilia collected during Captain Chauncey's service as a Union officer in the United States Civil War. The scope of the collection ranges from 1830 to 1950.The collection includes material related to the Civil War career of Captain John D.P.A.M. Chauncey, of Madison, Indiana. Captain Chauncey was with the 13th Indiana Volunteers. There is also correspondence relating to Captain Chauncey and his descendents, some...
Dates: 1830-1950