Grant and his Officers
Albumen print: Headquarters of the Army of the Potomac during the Spotsylvania battles, May 9-18, 1864.
Investigation into Indian Affairs, before the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives, 1871. E. S. Parker, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, is accused of misappropriating funds.
Pages 1, 3 and 5 of letter written February 15, 1887 by E. S. Parker to Lieutnant Govenor of Illinois, General J. C. Smith. Parker references a newspaper clipping "relating to Genl Grant's intemperate habits during the war...Grant hath builded for himself in the hearts of the American people, a monument to which future generations will point with the greatest pride."
Letter, dated July 11, 1864 from City Point, Virginia by Ely Parker:
"This is War Bulletin 75,000...The news we get from the north is of the most startling character. Washington and Baltimore both appear to be in danger of being captured."
Life and Times of Red Jacket, by William L. Stone, 1866. On the right page, there is a facsimile of the original medal given to Red Jacket from General George Washington. When the book was published, the medal belonged to E. S. Parker, "an educated Seneca Indian, and, at present [in 1866], military secretary to Lieutenant General Grant."