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U. S. Military Telegraph. Strictly private
Date Created and/or Issued
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Huntington Library
Thomas T. Eckert Papers
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Title from cover. There is no spine label. There are no telegrams between May 22 and Jan. 1 1863. Abraham Lincoln is author of many of the telegrams. No separate dates for "sent" or "received" only one date. Approximately 513 telegrams, 12 of which are partially or completely crossed out. P. [26], [47], and [275-276] are blank.
[282] pages ; 36 x 22 cm
mssEC 04
United States Military Telegraph--Archives
United States. Army of the Potomac--Archives
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Cryptography--Sources
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Communications--Sources
United States. Military Telegraph Corps
United States. War Department--Correspondence
Stanton, Edwin M. (Edwin McMasters), 1814-1869--Correspondence
Telegraph--United States--History--19th century--Sources
Stager, Anson, 1825-1885--Correspondence
Thomas T. Eckert papers, 1861-1877 (bulk 1862-1867)
Thomas T. Eckert Papers, Decoding the Civil War
Purchased in part by the Library Collectors' Council from Seth Kaller, January 21, 2012.

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