Guide to the 14th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment Diary, Jan.-July 1865
Collection number: MS 170
About the 14th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment
The 14th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment was an infantry regiment that participated in
the American Civil War. It was the last three-year regiment raised in New Hampshire,
serving from September 24, 1862 to July 8, 1865.
For a full list of members of the 14th New Hampshire, see Ayling's Revised Register [of] Soldiers and Sailers of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion (Concord N.H.: Ira C. Evans, 1895). For a complete written history and photographs of the 14th New Hampshire, see Francis Buffum's Fourteenth Regiment of New Hampshire Volunteers (Earlysville, VA: Old Books Publishing, 1996).
About the 14th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment Diary
A small (2.5″ x 3.25″) diary for 1865, with 60 pages of entries leading up to the end
of the war and Lincoln’s assassination, kept by an unknown officer or company clerk
who made out payrolls, clothing and equipment rolls.
This collection is open.
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14th New Hampshire Volunteer Regiment Diary, Jan.-July 1865, MS 170, Milne
Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham,
Purchased: Charles Apfelbaum, Apr. 13, 1999 (Accession number: 99.007)