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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 15 1 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 2 0 Browse Search
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oldiers as they can accommodate, to be paid for by the State; also, an act authorizing towns to raise and appropriate money for the aid of the families of the soldiers, not to exceed one dollar a week for the wife, and one dollar a week for each child and parent, provided that the whole sum shall not exceed twelve dollars per month for all the persons named, the money thus expended to be annually reimbursed to the cities and towns from the treasury of the State; also, a resolve thanking Adeline Tyler, of Baltimore, for the kind, humane, and Christian services rendered by her to our soldiers who were wounded in Baltimore, April 19, 1861; also, resolves acknowledging the liberal appropriation of the State of Maryland for the relief of the wounded, and to the families of the killed, of the Sixth Regiment in Baltimore, on that memorable day. The clothing and blankets forwarded to Richmond for the comfort of the Massachusetts prisoners confined there was contained in thirty-six cases.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, XIV. Massachusetts women in the civil war. (search)
or wounds, and to whom she gave cheer and invaluable help. Mrs. Adeline Tyler, a native of Massachusetts and a long-time resident of Bostoned and some were killed. The dreadful news reached the ears of Mrs. Tyler, or Sister Tyler, as she was called, and she hastened to their re collar of his soldier's overcoat. It was with difficulty that Mrs. Tyler obtained permission to remove these men to the home of the sisterill they were able to return to their homes. For her humane work Mrs. Tyler received the personal acknowledgments of Governor Andrew, the Preof humanity from the prison pens of Andersonville and Belle Isle. Mrs. Tyler found in this hospital such an assemblage of incarnate misery as and the mothers who bore them could not have recognized them. Mrs. Tyler had many of the wretched men photographed, in their extreme squalelief in their verity. In the midst of this heart-sickening work Mrs. Tyler broke down, and in the summer of 1864 was obliged to leave her po
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
Edward, 584 Turner, F. W., 144 Turner, H. A., 363 Turner, James H., 363 Turner, Joseph H., 481 Turner, N. H., 363 Turner, W. C., 146 Turner, W. H., 363 Tutein, E. G., 363 Tuttle, A. S., 363 Tuttle, D. W., 6th Mass. Inf., 363 Tuttle, D. W., 53d Mass. Inf., 363 Tuttle, Francis, 146 Tuttle, H. P., 146 Tuttle, Thomas, 146 Tuttle, W. F., 363 Tuxbury, J. G., 363 Tweedy, J. F., 584 Tweedy, J. H., Jr., 584 Twining, E. H., 450, 481 Twitchell, Preston, 364 Tyler, A. L., 571 Tyler, Adeline, 598 Tyler, C. M., 395 Tyler, F. G., 364 Tyler, G. O., 364 Tyler, J. K., 364 Tyler, M. W., 231, 562 Tyler, P. B., 727 Tyler, P. H., 364 Tyler, W. H., 364, 450 Tyler, Warren, 390 Tyrrell, S. R., 146 U. Underhill, J. J., 364 Underwood, A. B., 198, 231, 450, 562, 607, 727 Underwood, B. W., 481 Upham, C. H., 450 Upham, C. M., 364 Upham, C. W., 364 Upham, G. B., 146 Upham, H. M., 146 Upham, J. F., 364 Upham, J. H., 584 Upham, W. H., 450 Upton, A. F., 364 Upton, C.