Diary of a Yankee Engineer: The Civil War Story of John H. Westervelt, Engineer, 1st New York Volunteer Engineer Corps

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Abstract of Title, Deeds and Records of Ownership Transactions for Property at 64, 66, and 68 Greenwich Street, Greenwich Village, New York City, 1841 to 1895. In collection of Jean Koefoed.

Birth, Death and Marriage indices; Social Security Death Index. International Genealogical Index; Lists of Deaths Occurring in New York City. Genealogical Library of the Latter Day Saints, Emerson, N. J.

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John H. Westervelt Membership Certificate #493, New York City Volunteer Fire Department, Hose Company No. XI. In collection of editor.

John H. Westervelt Service and Pension Files. National Archives and Records, Washington, D.C.

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