Manuscript Collection

James Clifford Veatch - Accession 715 #44

Title

James Clifford Veatch - Accession 715 #44

Files

Download Veatch Introduction (110 KB)

Download Veatch Bibliography (316 KB)

Download James Clifford Veatch Engraving (386 KB)

Identifier

Accession 715 #44

Inclusive Dates

1983

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

1 bound volume; 107 pages

Language

English

Historical Note

James Clifford Veatch was a descendant of Nathan Veatch who emigrated from Scotland to Maryland in 1651. His great-grandfather, James Veatch, was a soldier in the American Revolution and settled near Camden South Carolina. Veatch's grandfather, Nathan settled in Harrison County, Indiana in 1811.

Scope and Content Note

James Clifford Veatch: Scholar, Solicitor, Statesman, & Soldier by William A. Veitch chronicles the life and family of Veatch from the 1600s to the 1890s. Veatch served as a Brigadier General in the Union Army with the 25th Regiment Indiana Volunteers during the American Civil War. He spent his life in Indiana.The book includes photographs, maps, transcriptions of documents and other information. Please see attached Introduction, Bibliography, and engraving of Veatch.

Additional Notes

Signed by the author.

Provenance

Gift of the author.

Keywords

Biography, Genealogy, American Civil War, Indiana, 25th Regiment Indiana Volunteers

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

James Clifford Veatch - Accession 715 #44

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