Franklin Mangle Civil War Letter
This collection consists of a Civil War letter written by Franklin Mangle on April 14, 1862, at Cumberland Fort, Kentucky. Mangle discussed the location and forthcoming campaign to capture Cumberland Gap.
Mangle was located fourteen miles from the Cumberland Gap at the time he wrote the letter.
- 1862 April 14
The material in this collection is in English.
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This collection consists of a Civil War letter written by Franklin Mangle on April 14, 1862, at Cumberland Fort, Kentucky. Mangle discusses the location and forthcoming campaign to capture Cumberland Gap.
Franklin Mangle was nineteen when he enlisted in the Union Army to become a private in the Company G, 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He contracted typhus fever and died on March 4, 1863 at Young's Point Louisiana.
Mangle wrote the letter to his friend from Wayne County, Ohio.
This collection consists of a single folder.
This collection was purchased by Special Collections in 2014.