Guide to the George H. Young Diaries, 1861-1886
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Overview of the Collection
Collection Title: George H. Young Diaries
Young, George H.
Physical Description: 0.84
Language of Materials:
Abstract: George H. Young was a U.S. Civil War
volunteer, and relative of Amos C. Young. Following the war, he migrated to and settled
in Yuba County, California. The diaries he authored document his time fighting in the
Civil War, and the years immediately following the war, including his westward travel
and settlement in Yuba County.
George H. Young was a US Civil War volunteer, and relative of Amos C. Young. Following
the war, he migrated to and settled in Yuba County, California.
This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Portland (Me.) --
United States -- History --
Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives
Yuba County (Calif.) --
Young, George H.
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Conditions Governing Access:
The collection is open for research use.
Digital reproductions of items in this collection are available electronically as a
part of the
Civil War Narratives
[Identification of item], [date],
George H. Young
, Special Collections and Archives, Oviatt Library, California State
Scope and Contents
The George H. Young Diaries document Young's time fighting in the Civil War, and the
years immediately following the war, including his westward travel and settlement in