Dimon, Charles Augustus Ropes, 1841-1902
- Existence: 1841-04-27 - 1902-03-21
Charles Augustus Ropes Dimon (1841-1902), soldier, served throughout the Civil War and was colonel of the First United States Volunteer Infantry regiment of Galvanized Yankees at Fort Rice, North Dakota, 1864-65
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Charles Augustus Ropes Dimon papers
Call Number: WA MSS S-1308
Overview: The papers contain correspondence and military papers documenting the military career of Charles Dimon in 1864-65.
Alfred Sully papers
Call Number: WA MSS S-1311
Overview: The papers document the career of an United States Army officer who served on the western frontier. The papers contain correspondence between Sully, his family, and colleagues, army records from Sully's positions at posts in California and the northern plains, as well as records from his appointment as Superintendent of the Indians for the Territory of Montana.There are some personal papers and research material on Alfred Sully gathered by his grandson Langdon Sully as he wrote the...