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- Tags: P. T. Barnum
Tags: 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, Abigail Palmer, Bell Purdy, Benedict and Nichols, Boughton Family, Bridgeport (Conn.), Brother Crawford, Burr Bradley, Camp Aiken, Charles Hull, Charles Mills, Charles Starr, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Curtis Bennett, Danbury Times, David Bradley, Edith Newman, Edmund Palmer, Edward Barnum, Elizabeth Mead, Ellen Dare, Father Griswold, Frank Boughton, George Dickens, George Purdy, George Starr, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Hoyt Family, James Fowler, John Pollett, Joseph Ives, Joseph Young, Josiah Day, Julia Pine, Mary Purdy, Moses Baxter, Mother Griswold, O. H. Swift, P. T. Barnum, Phoebe Palmer, Ridgefield CT, Sherman Disbrow, Washington D.C.
Tags: 17th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 2nd Connecticut Light Battery, A. G. Crosby's Coal Office, Abel Wheeler, Alexander Pine, Alfred Humphrey, Amos Purdy, Anna Eliza Mills, Aunt Ruth Griswold, Balmforth Avenue, Bell Purdy, Benedict and Nichols, Brother Crawford, Brother Frisbie, Brother William Hill, California, Canton Ohio, Carlton and Porter, Charles Fowler, Charles Starr, Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, Couch's Picture Gallery, Crofut and Son Flour Store, Cyrus Benjamin, David Bradley, Deer Hill, Dr. Bulkeley, Ed Barnum, Eddie Purdy (son), Elisha Dickerson, Eliza Humphrey, Fanny Griswold, Father Griswold, Father Purdy, Ferrell's Hotel (Wooster House), Foster Brothers' Carpenter Shop, Frank Bouton, Fred Jackson, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Purdy, George Starr, Gussie Purdy, Harriet Griswold Wheeler Stevens, Harry Stone, Hart Purdy, Henry Crofut, Henry Hinman, Holly Greene's Hat Factory, Hoyt Family, James Bailey, Jesse Stevens, John Bouton, John Cosier, Joseph Ives, Josiah Day, Lauren Humphrey, Liberty Street, Lt. Gov. Averill, Middle Mountain, Miss English, Mother Griswold, Mother Purdy, Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. James McNeil, Mrs. Mary Stone?, Nathan Pond, Nathaniel Cable, New Haven (Conn.), O. H. Swift, Oscar Serine, P. T. Barnum, Peter Starr, Publishers, Railroad Avenue, Raymond's market, Robert Cocking, Robert Dunning, S. Peck, Smith Barnum, Theodore Fowler, Theodore Morris, Town Mountain Danbury, Uncle Stephen, V. W. Benedict, Widow Barnum, William Carlson, William Warren
Tags: 1st Connecticut Infantry Regiment (1861), Amos Purdy, Bell Purdy, Benjamin Lockwood, Bethel (Conn.), Brooklyn (NY), Charles Hull, Charles Stevens, Clarissa Smith, Concert Hall (Danbury), Connecticut Military Units - Civil War, D. B. Booth, Daniel Benedict, Daniel Starr, Dr. Bulkeley, Dr. E. A. Brown, Dr. Henry Stearns, Eliza Hill, Emily Anderson, Fannie Griswold, Father Griswold, Father Purdy, Ferrell's Hotel (Wooster House), Frank Bouton, Fred Dunning, George (Georgie) Purdy, George Benjamin, George Curtis, George Davis, George Hawley, George Purdy, Great American Tea Company, Gussie Purdy, Harriet Purdy, Henry Blair, Henry Crofut, Homer Peters, Horace Greeley, Hoyt Family, Jeffersonian (newspaper), John Bouton, John Morris, John Parker, John Stone, Joseph Kyle, Lottie Keeler, Louise Blair, Louise Purdy, Lucy Purdy, M. Harris, Matilda Stone, Miss English, Mother Purdy, Mrs. Daniel Starr, Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. Mary Stone?, Nathan Pond, New Haven (Conn.), New York City Location, Norwalk (Conn.), Oscar Serine, P. T. Barnum, Peck Slip (NYC), Randall and Bradley's Store, Raymond's market, Robert Cocking, Robert Dunning, S. Peck, Sarah Purdy, Saul G. Bailey, Saul Mallory, Sewing Society, Steamboats, Susan Brayman, Tweedy Family, Widow Thomas Barnum, William Warren