Rogers family



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A collection of photocopies of a diary from a soldier in the Civil War who served in the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment and of articles from the Broadhead (Wisconsin) Independent, 1862-1866, about the 18th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment in which Daniel A. Rogers served. The articles in the Broadhead Independent were written by Thos. A. Jackson. Also included is a letter to Frank A. Rogers from Ed S. Miner written in 1913 about their time together in the war.

The Rogers family lived in Wisconsin during the time of the Civil War. Daniel A. Rogers was born in Somerset County, Maine and served in the 18th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. Daniel was the father of Franklin A. Rogers who served in the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry Regiment and the grandfather of Charlie Rogers.

Gift of Bonnie Rogers.

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Best copy available; some edges cut off when the original was photocopied. Text recognition with ABBYY FineReader 14, but not corrected.

SpC MS 0831 sc, Rogers Family Civil War Collection, 1862-1983

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