Smith Kitchens Civil War Diary - Accession 703 - M317 (368)
Accession 703 - M317 (368)
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Scope and Content Note
The Smith Kitchens Civil War Diary was a running diary describing various battles and the everyday tribulations endured by the common Confederate soldier during the American Civil War. The diary was kept by Sargent Smith Kitchens of Company A, 17th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers from 1861-1865 and contains 72 pages on text. Smith Kitchens was born in June 1826 and was the son of Zach Kitchens and survived the war and lived to an old age. Two brothers, Charles and William, both served with Smith Kitchens and died in the war.
The Smith Kitchens Civil War Diary was given to the Archives by John Porter Gaston on August 5, 1987.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Smith Kitchens Civil War Diary - Accession 703 - M317 (368)". Finding Aid 528.