- Full Citation: John Traub, "Letters of John Traub, Twenty-Ninth Indiana Infantry," ed. Paul Fatout,
Indiana Magazine of History 53, no. 2 (June 1957): 171-174.
- Home: unknown
- Year: 1862-1863
- Regiment: 29th Indiana Volunteer Infantry
- Abstract: Only 2 letters by John Traub (dated Dec. 9, 1862, Nashville and June 7, 1863, Murfreesboro) to his brother George survive, and they are printed here. In the first letter, he writes of some local skirmishes, and in the second, he wrote that he was greatful that the Siege of Vicksburg was almost over as it would help end the war. He received an honorable discharge in 1865, although his pension request was declared invalid in 1890.
- LC Subject Headings:
- United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 29th (1861-1865)