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Document Details


Title: Diary of George Ward Nichols, February, 1865
Document type: Diary
Accessibility: Paid Only
Repository: Alexander Street Press
Collection: The American Civil War: Letters and Diaries (Subscription only)
URL: http://www.alexanderstreet4.com/cgi-bin/asp/cwld/documentidx.pl?aspdocid=S1461-D015
Original Language: English
Time span: 1865
Speaker: Nichols, George Ward, 1837-1885
Speaker gender: Male
Speaker date of birth: 21-Jun-1837
Speaker place of birth: Somesville, ME; Maine; United States; North America
Speaker race: White
Speaker occupation: Artist; Journalist; Military personnel; Writer
Age at speaking: 28
Document location: Hickory Hill, SC
Document date: 01-Feb-1865
People discussed: Howard, Oliver Otis, 1830-1909; Oliver Otis Howard
Organizations discussed: Saluda Factory, Columbia, SC
Locations discussed: Columbia, SC; Hickory Hill, SC; North America; Orangeburg, SC; South Carolina; South Edisto River, SC; United States
Topics discussed - ASP terms: Columbia, SC; Hickory Hill, SC; Howard, Oliver Otis, 1830-1909; North America; Oliver Otis Howard; Orangeburg, SC; Saluda Factory, Columbia, SC; South Carolina; South Edisto River, SC; United States
Topics discussed - Other terms: African-Americans; Civilians; Communities; Domestic life; Economics; Entertainment and recreation; Environment; Ethnic groups; Generals; Geographical features; Health; Intelligence; Interethnic relations; Interracial marriages; Lower-class; Military; Military maneuvers; Mill workers; Personal appearance; Plantations; Politics; Property destruction; Racial identity; Relationships; Religion; Religious beliefs; River crossings; Social conflict; Sociology; Squatting; Textile workers; Towns; Trade; Upper-class; Writing formats; Writing from field
ASP release: 2006-01
Document code: S1461-D015-5087