George Philip Harding Correspondence
Scope and Contents
This collection contains three letters written by George Philip Harding from the Nevada Territory. They mention his travels throughout the country, the raids of the CSS Alabama, his personal feelings about the American Civil War, and the American Indian attacks on mail companies and the subsequent takeover by a new company with U.S. Troop protection, likely the Paiute War.
- Creation: Inclusive 1863-1864
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of J. Walter Shugart III, alumnus of 1961. Before that they were owned by Jerry W. Showalter.
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