Brainard Spencer Higley, Jr., -1900 [RG1643.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG1643.AM:  Brainard Spencer Higley, Jr., -1900



Letters:  1899, Mar.-June

Fort Niobrara, Nebraska:  Soldier

Size:  Four items



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of four letters [3 with envelopes] from “B” [Brainard Spencer Higley, Jr.] of Youngstown, Ohio, to his mother. “B” was stationed at Fort Niobrara, Nebraska awaiting orders for transfer to the Philippines, March-June 1899. Identification, and a death date of 3 February 1900, taken from donor notes. No other information is available.



INVENTORY



Letters, 1899, Mar.-June



 



Subject headings:



Fort Niobrara (Nebraska) — History

Higley, Brainard Spencer, Jr., -1900

Philippine American War, 1899-1902



 



KFK                  04-12-1995

Revised TMM   05-04-2010

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