Content contains formal after-action reports, diary and journal entries, correspondences, hand drawn illustrations, scrapbooks, interrogation reports, newspaper accounts, along with other documentary history, records, papers & historical works. This collection includes as a finding aid, a unified full-text index of all computer recognizable text in all documents in this collection, making it possible to search all computer recognizable text across all pages of all collections in one search. The USB Pen card works with any device with a USB 2.0, 3.0 or 3.1 interface. The Pen card chip is housed in a metal body that is waterproof, shock-proof, temperature-proof, magnet-proof, and X-ray-proof.African Americans in the Military, 1639 to 1886 Documentary History, Records, Papers & Studies. 8,424 pages of material. African Americans in the Military, 1639 to 1886 Documentary History, Records, Papers & Historical Works. American Revolution: Boston Massacre Eyewitness Accounts.
138 pages of accounts of the Boston Massacre A 1770 copy of the publishing of, A short narrative of the horrid massacre in Boston, perpetrated in the evening of the fifth day of March 1770. By soldiers of the XXIXth regiment, which with the XIVth regiment were then quartered there: with some observations on the state of things prior to that catastrophe. American Revolution: John Adams and the Boston Massacre Trial of 1770. 440 pages of trial transcripts and history of the trial of British soldiers. American Revolution: Newspapers: Virginia Gazette 1766 to 1780.6,600 pages, composed of 5,200 newspaper pages, plus 1,400 pages of indexing of three different newspapers all called the "Virginia Gazette, " published from 1766 to 1788. 2,180 pages in four volumes of the Confederate financed, The Index. A weekly journal of politics, literature, and news; devoted to the exposition of the mutual interests, political and commercial, of Great Britain and the Confederate States of America. Civil War: 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Commander Robert G. 1,104 pages of letters written by, and papers related to Colonel Robert G.
Shaw, commander of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, one of the first official African American units in the United States during the Civil War, copied from material held by the Houghton Library. Civil War: Army Navy Journal & Gazette Volume 1 1863 - 1864. 764 pages of the first volume of United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces. " Sometimes called "Army and Navy Journal" or "Armed Forces Journal, these 48 issues date from August 29, 1863, to August 20, 1864.The Army and Navy Journal was the nation's leading military journal of the time. Civil War: Army Navy Journal & Gazette Volume 2 1864 - 1865. 832 pages of the "United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces, " Volume 2. Civil War: Army Navy Journal & Gazette Volume 3 1865 - 1866. 733 pages of the third volume of United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces. Civil War: Battle of Gettysburg Correspondences and Writings by Lincoln, Union & Confederate Commanders, and Soldier. S - 871 pages of letters written to and from President Abraham Lincoln, Union & Confederate commanders and soldiers, and memoirs by others related to the Battle of Gettysburg and its aftermath.
Civil War: Battle of Gettysburg Newspaper Coverage in 1863. 884 full sheet newspaper pages, from the North, South, East and West with coverage of the prelude, fighting and aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg.The papers date from June 22, 1863, to July 16, 1863. In and around the Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg, the Battle of Gettysburg was fought from July 1st to 3rd. On July 4th the Confederate Army retreated.
Civil War: Confederate Army of Northern Virginia Operations Reports. 1,231 pages of printed reports from General Robert E. Lee and other Confederate generals on the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia. A 1863 compilation by the War Department of the Confederate States of America of reports on the operations of the Army of Northern Virginia, sent to President of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis.Reports date from June 1862 to May 22, 1863. Covering activity from June 1862 to December 13, 1862. Reports begin with the assumption of Robert E. Lee of command, to and including the battle at Fredericksburg, December 13th, 1862. Civil War: Confederate Official Battle Reports - Confederate Official Battle Reports. 3,371 pages of official reports on Civil War battles created during the Civil War by Confederate military forces and the Confederate Department of War. These volumes were printed in the Confederate States of America between secession from the Union and the surrender of the Confederate military forces. Civil War: Harper's Ferry - John Brown Raid Congressional Report.
Report of the Select committee of the Senate appointed to inquire into the late invasion and seizure of the public property at Harper's Ferry (1860). Civil War: Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. The scrapbook contains letters and notes, hand drawn illustrations, and newspaper and magazine article clippings. Civil War: Sherman's March - Platter Diary. 368 pages of the Civil War era Sherman's March/Platter diary.184 pages of handwritten diary entries and 184 pages of text transcriptions. Between November 10, 1864, to April 27, 1865, Lt. Platter, of the 81st Ohio Infantry Volunteers kept a diary. The entries cover details of the actions he participated in, including Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's Union Army's March to the Sea. Civil War: Soldier & Illustrator Charles Wellington Reed Illustrations and Papers.
Reed was an artist and soldier in the Ninth Independent Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery (Bigelow's Battery). In November 1864 he was transferred to the Topographical Engineers, Fifth Army Corps and served as an assistant to the topographical engineer under General Gouverneur K. Warren at V Corps headquarters.
Civil War: Tennessee Civil War Sourcebook. 10,673 pages of transcripts of Civil War documents dealing with the war and the state of Tennessee. The documents date from September 1, 1861 through September 30, 1865. Civil War: The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives, Illustrative Incidents, Poetry, etc. A 9,567-page, real-time Civil War history.
The Rebellion Record is unique in that it began to build a history of the Civil War while the war was still being fought. The Rebellion Record grew to a twelve-volume set (eleven volumes and a supplement to the first volume) that was published during the Civil War and in the three years following. This collection was a key resource on the Civil War both during the war and in the decade following the conflict. It was one of the main sources for access to the content of primary source documents for historians, students, the military, and individuals seeking more in-depth information about the war.
Its position was replaced when the 128 volumes of the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion were published between 1881 and 1901. Yet it still can be used as a period source of newspaper reports from North and South, various documents and reports, public addresses, maps, and engravings. Civil War: Union Soldiers' Letters, Diaries and Journals Written While in the South. 6,358 pages of letters and handwritten diary and journal entries made by 98 Union troops and officers, mostly written while stationed in the South during the Civil War. This curation focuses on Federal soldiers who saw significant combat in the Confederate states.
The material was written throughout the South in camps, hospitals, and prisons. 3,282 pages of George S. Handwritten diary entries and annotated typed transcriptions. The first entry was made on June 3, 1910, as the 25-year-old Patton begins his honeymoon in Plymouth, England. The last entry was made on December 4, 1945, four days before the car accident which took his life.
Korean War: After Action Reports Lessons Learned Documents Battle Assessments. 6,031 pages of United States Military documents dating from 1950 to1992, mostly from the early 1950's, composed of after actions reports, lesson learned bulletins, and other reports dealing with the assessment of combat activity during the Korean War.SS Mayaguez Incident and Rescue Department of Defense Files. 683 pages of Department of Defense documents covering the SS Mayaguez Incident and rescue. Vietnam War: 1st Marine Division Command Chronologies. 17,046 pages of 1st Marine Division Command Chronologies, dating from January 1966 to April 1971. The 7th Marine Regiment of the 1st Marine Division saw the first major ground action performed by American troops in Vietnam in 1965.
Throughout the Vietnam War, the division's units participated in both multi-battalion size battles, and small-unit, anti-guerrilla operations. It conducted more than 160 named operations and thousands of small-unit actions while deployed during the Vietnam War. Vietnam War: 1st Cavalry Division. Airmobile Lessons Learned 1967 - 118-page report, First Calvary Division October 27, 1967, operational report, detailing 1st Calvary/Airmobile 1967 operations in the Binh Ding Province, including Operation Pershing, the continuation of Operation Thayer, and Operation Le Jeune.Vietnam War: 1st Marine Corp Aircraft Wing Command Activity Reports. 15,823 pages of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing command chronologies (histories), dating from May 1965 to December 1975.
The 1st Marine Aircraft Wing (1st MAW) saw service in the Vietnam War, beginning with providing helicopter air support to the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) in April 1962, through Operation Frequent Wind, the largest helicopter evacuation in history and the evacuation of the American Embassy in Saigon in April 1975. Vietnam War: After Action Reports Lessons Learned Document Battle Assessments. 3,200 pages of United States Military documents dating from May 1962 to March 1972 composed of after actions reports, lesson learned bulletins, and other reports dealing with assessment of combat activity during the Vietnam War. Vietnam War: Air to Air Combat U. 3,405 pages of United State Air Force reports regarding air-to-air combat during the Vietnam War.Vietnam War: Combat in Cities Reports and Studies. This collection includes 1,250 pages material. Naval Forces Vietnam After Action. Monthly Reports - 7,728 pages of monthly reports, covering the actions of the U. Navy during the Vietnam War, produced under the direction of the Commander U.
Naval Forces, Vietnam (COMNAVFORV) was the senior naval official in Vietnam. The monthly reports cover activity from April 1966 to December 1971, and the quarterly chronologies from January 1972 to March 1973. Of special note is the coverage of Navy SEAL team operations. Vietnam War: Gulf of Tonkin Incident DOD, CIA, NSA, State Dept.White House Files & Secret Audio. 5,122 pages of Department of Defense, CIA, State Department, National Security Agency and White House files, and twelve and a half hours of secretly recorded President Lyndon Johnson White House telephone conversations, related to the Gulf of Tonkin incident and the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.
7,650 pages of MACV Command Army Activities SE Reports dating from January 3, 1968, to December 20, 1972. These 83 MACV (Military Assistance Command, Vietnam) Command Army Activities SE Reports of graphical data, were published on a weekly and bi-weekly basis.The Army Activities Report: SE Asia (AARSEA) was published until 20 December 1972. This report, formerly entitled the "Army Build-Up Progress Report, " was published continuously since 11 August 1965, to provide timely information in a convenient form to the Secretary of the Army, the Chief of Staff, and key Department of the Army officials. It also served as a management information document for the Army Staff, the Joint Staff, and other agencies and commands concerned with its content. Vietnam War: My Lai Massacre Department of Defense Documents. 25,800 pages of Department of Defense documents and other material dealing with the My Lai Massacre. Vietnam War: Saigon Evacuation After Action Report. Summary of the evacuation of Saigon, South Vietnam under Operation Frequent Wind: Operations Analysis Group, report no. Vietnam War: Search and Rescue Documents. 2,400 pages, 85 documents, composed of mission reports, monographs, and research reports covering Search and Rescue (SAR) operations in Southeast Asia. Vietnam War: Tet Offensive CIA - Department of Defense.
State Department Files - South Vietnamese Army History - U. /South Vietnam Army Photos - 3,921 pages of CIA, Department of Defense, State Department files, South Vietnamese Army history, U. Army photos and South Vietnam Army photos covering the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive.
Material dates from 1967 to 2003. World War I: American Expeditionary Forces Daily Summary of Information Reports. 1,391 pages of daily reports containing summary information, produced by Second Section Intelligence, General Staff, General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF).
World War II: Battle of the Bulge - Ardennes Counter-Offensive Documents and History. 6,715 pages of documents, maps, newspaper coverage, after action reports, official histories, oral history interviews and military academic studies covering the Ardennes Offensive/Counter Offensive, also known as the Battle of the Bulge. World War II: Escape From Enemy Territory Reports. 45,000 pages composed of 2,950 Escape and Evasion reports.
These reports were created by the United States War Department, U. Forces, European Theater, Military Intelligence Service (MIS) Escape and Evasion Section (MIS-X) and Interview Section, Collection and Administration Branch.The source of the information contained in these Escape and Evasion reports are chiefly from American aircrewmen who escaped from behind enemy lines. World War II: Field Interviews with Marine Corps Officers on the Guadalcanal Operations. A 114-page report produced in 1943, titled, Interviews and Statements by Officers of the 1st. Marine Division on the Guadalcanal Operations, Compiled by Colonel B. 5 December 1942, to 19 January 1943. 4,905 pages of documents produced and collected by the Department of the Navy, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Intelligence Division. Files centered on interrogations of German U-Boat crew members and documents related to obtaining and coordinating intelligence from captured German U-boat crews.
The primality of the material is of interrogations of the survivors of captured or sunk German U-Boats. Materials include notes and transcripts related to the interrogation of crew members. Included in these reports are the names of crew members, biographical information, information revealed, the history of the U-boat?Files include photos, translated transcripts of U-boat crew diaries and other captured U-Boat crew possessions. World War II: Infantry Commanding Officers' Experiences Reports. 4,905 pages of reports covering personal experiences of commanding officers during combat in World War II. World War II: Kamikaze Documents, Bulletins, Histories & Films.
2,550 pages of textual material and 30 minutes of film covering the Japanese kamikaze corps. World War II: Naval Damage Reports & Photos. 1,112 pages of reports and photographs of damage done to U.
Navy vessel during World War II. World War II: Navy and Marine Corps Aircraft After Action Reports of Activity in the Pacific 1944-45. 39,083 pages of after-action reports covering United States Navy and Marine Corps aircraft land-based activity in the Pacific from 1944 and 1945. The reports were created by the United States War Department, U. Strategic Bombing Survey, Pacific Survey, Intelligence Branch.World War II: Pearl Harbor Attack Damage Reports & Photos. 165 pages of reports and photographs of damage done during the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. World War II: Pearl Harbor: Commander-in-Chief, U. Pacific Command (CINCPAC) Report and Commanding Officers' Narratives. 850 pages, February 1942 Commander-in-Chief, U.
Pacific Command (CINCPAC) report and commanding officers' narratives covering the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. World War II: Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force Communiqués. 600 pages of communiqués by the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force lead by General Dwight D.Communiqués from D-Day June 6, 1944, to the Germany's surrender, May 8, 1945. World War II: Third Army After Action Reports & Histories. 8,227 pages of U.
Army Third Army after action reports covering activity from July 1944 to May 1945. Navy Northern Group Monthly War Diaries/Journals. 4,632 pages of monthly war diaries dating from March 1942 to August 1945. Entries cover the activities of the subordinate units (Northern Shiplane Patrol, the Naval Local Defense Force, the Northern Civil Air Patrol, the Coastal Pickets, and the Coastal Force), and emphasize operations carried out for security of merchant marine and naval convoys, anti-submarine patrols, mine sweeping, training, air patrols, and rescue operations.Navy Post Mortems on Enemy Submarines. 406 pages, 11 United States Navy Post Mortems on Enemy Submarines reports prepared by the Office of Naval Intelligence, Anti-Submarine Unit, Readiness Section Headquarters Commander-in-Chief U. Reports on German U-boats U-85 U-94 U-162 U-164 U-210 U-352 U-512 U-595 U-606 U-701 and the German blockade runner Anneliese Essberger which were scuttled or sunk due to actions by allied forces. World War II: United States Army 82nd Airborne Division Action & After-Action Reports. 9,313 pages of after-action material including administration papers, administration orders, journals and messages, terrain studies and records of combat, periodic reports, narrative histories, German POW interrogation reports, operation memoranda and maps.
World War II: War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Daily White House Summaries. 9,591 pages of the Daily Summary War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Respecting Hostilities with Axis reports (All theaters of war).
1,217 reports dating from December 11, 1941, to April 12, 1945. Wounded Knee Massacre, Battle of Wounded Knee, Sioux Campaign of 1890-91 U.
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