soldiers' orphans' home

After the American Civil War ended, thousands of children were in need of assistance as a result of the numerous casualties of men who were also fathers. Soldiers' orphanages were built across the country to care for the flood of these unexpected "orphans."

Related Information
  • Connecticut Soldiers' Orphans' Home 1874 Report ($)
  • Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 1889 Report ($)
  • Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 1905 Report ($)
  • Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 1906 Report ($)
  • Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 1907 Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1877 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1878 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1879 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1880 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1882 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1883 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1885 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1888 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1890 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1891 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1893 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1894 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1897 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1898 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1901 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1903 Annual Report ($)
  • PA Soldiers' Orphan Schools 1905 Discharge List ($)
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