Daniel Bond diary, 1864-1916

Daniel Bond was a Union soldier, and a member of the Minnesota Infantry Regiment, 1st, Company F. Born in Randolph County, Indiana. Bond enlisted in April 1861, was discharged shortly after and then re-enlisted on 22 August 1861. He was mustered out on 24 July 1865. He was wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg (1862). At the Battle of Petersburg (1864) Bond was captured and sent to Andersonville Prison from which he escaped. After the war, Bond was a teacher in Indiana and Kentucky. He spent his final years in Los Angeles. Included in the memoirs is a testimonial from the captain of Company F, John Ball, dated May 5th 1864 commending Bond and listing the battles in which Bond participated. View catalog record.