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    31st Maine Infantry: Sergeant Samuel S. Whitney Civil War Documents (Five), including three military appointments, dated November 28, 1864 (corporal in the 32nd Maine Infantry); January 9, 1865 (corporal in the 31st Maine Infantry); and March 11, 1865 (sergeant in the 31st Maine Infantry). Also included is a discharge dated July 15, 1865 and a "Certificate of Exemption for a Drafted Peron on Account of Disability" dated July 24, 1863. Samuel Whitney of Carthage, Maine, enlisted late in the war-April 1864-into Co. "E", 32nd Maine Infantry. In December he transferred into Co. "E", 31st Maine Infantry. These documents exhibit smoothed folds, as well as some staining and soiling.

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    December, 2014
    13th Saturday
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