1862 - Orlando Jay Smith (DePauw University 1862)

Orlando Jay Smith

DAR (DePauw Alumnal Record) #217

Career was a an Editor and Publisher. Indiana Asbury degree was a B.S. in 1862, A.M., pro honore, 1876. 

Born, June 14, 1842, near Terre Haute, Ind. Sergeant, "Asbury Guards," Sixteenth Indiana Volunteers; lieutenant, captain and major, Sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Cavalry, 1862-65; founder of Terre Haute "Gazette" and Terre Haute "Mail"; editor Terre Haute "Express"; editor Chicago "Express"; author of "A Short View of Great Questions" and "The Coming Democracy," "Eternalism," "Balance" and "The Agreement Between Science and Religion"; founder of the American Press Association."

Initiated into Phi Gamma Delta on March 22, 1860.

Picture shows Orlando Jay Smith in his Union Army uniform; note badge on necktie.

Picture from The Photographic History of the Civil War.
Abstract/Description: Orlando Jay Smith

DAR (DePauw Alumnal Record) #217

Career was a an Editor and Publisher. Indiana Asbury degree was a B.S. in 1862, A.M., pro honore, 1876.

Born, June 14, 1842, near Terre Haute, Ind. Sergeant, "Asbury Guards," Sixteenth Indiana Volunteers; lieutenant, captain and major, Sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Cavalry, 1862-65; founder of Terre Haute "Gazette" and Terre Haute "Mail"; editor Terre Haute "Express"; editor Chicago "Express"; author of "A Short View of Great Questions" and "The Coming Democracy," "Eternalism," "Balance" and "The Agreement Between Science and Religion"; founder of the American Press Association."

Initiated into Phi Gamma Delta on March 22, 1860.

Picture shows Orlando Jay Smith in his Union Army uniform; note badge on necktie.

Picture from The Photographic History of the Civil War.

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