Pensacola History Illustrated

Father Michael Nash, a Chaplain stationed in Pensacola during the Civil War, recorded his daily interactions in a series of 11 letters. Nash was stationed at Fort Pickens from summer 1861 until early spring of 1862 as part of the Sixth New York Volunteer Infantry.
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Abstract/Description: Father Michael Nash, a Chaplain stationed in Pensacola during the Civil War, recorded his daily interactions in a series of 11 letters. Nash was stationed at Fort Pickens from summer 1861 until early spring of 1862 as part of the Sixth New York Volunteer Infantry.
Subject(s): Civil War
Pensacola, Florida
Fort Pickens
Correspondence
1861-1862
Father Michael Nash