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Joseph Littlefield, pictured here sitting in the front row, second from the left was a member of the Prairieville Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) chapter while he homesteaded in the Clear Creek area and always travelling to the veterans' meetings…

This photograph of the May 8th train depot fire comes from the Littlefield family papers in the collection of Terri and Dave Maban. The photo is one of the series of several photos taken of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy (CB&Q) Railroad…

The photograph shows a part of Joseph Littlefield's family (his second wife Charlotte, his children from two marriages, his sisters) near the Littlefields' home in Aurora, Nebraska where Joseph moved in 1904. Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1840…

This is Joseph Littlefield's Civil War discharged record from June 6th, 1865. Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1840 Joseph Littlefield served almost three years in the Civil War as a private in company C of 102nd Illinois volunteer regiment. After…

This is a pension certificate documenting Charlotte Littlefield's right to receive pension after her husband, Civil War veteran Joseph Littlefield died in 1911. Charlotte (Lotta) Littlefield (nee Roberts) was Joseph Littlefield's second wife, whom he…

This poster is one in the eight great Union Armies poster/map series published by the National Tribune Co. Washington, D.C. in 1904. The Army of the Cumberland poster includes the basic dates and facts (its constitution, commanders, strength,…

This is a photo of a woman (possibly Charlotte Littlefield) from the collection of Joseph Littlefield's papers belonging to Terri and Dave Mabon. Dave Mabon is Joseph Littlefield's great-grandson. Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1842, Joseph…

The family of the deceased distributed printed memorial cards like this to people at the funeral as a remembrance of the deceased. They often featured appropriate verse and imagery. Joseph Littlefield lived a long and eventful life. Born in Peoria…

Printed funeral cards like this one were distributed among family and friends to invite them to the ceremony and last rites. These cards are a valuable source for dates in a family history. Joseph Littlefield lived a long and eventful life. Born in…

Joseph Littlefield, pictured here in a jacket, a bow tie, and wearing a GAR badge, lived a long and eventful life.Born in Peoria County, Illinois in 1840, Littlefield served almost three years in the Civil War as a private in company C of 102nd…
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