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Title: Civil War Collection, 1860-1866Add to your cart.

ID: 1/6/MSS 004

Extent: 3.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically.

Subjects: Confederate States of America., Gillmore, Quincy Adams, 1825-1888, United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865

Forms of Material: Bragg, Braxton, 1817-1876 - Correspondence, Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1818-1893 - Correspondence, Correspondence., Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889 - Correspondence, Gillmore, Quincy Adams, 1825-1888 - Correspondence, Portraits

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of Civil War correspondence and portraits. Letters of interest include a letter from Braxton Bragg, a letter from Major General Benjamin Franklin Butler to [Henry] Wilson, complaining of General [Quincy Adams] Gilmore and suggesting he ought to be removed from his command and a letter from Jefferson Davis to the [Confederate] Senate and House of Representatives.  Portraits consists of drawings of members of the United States and Confederate military.

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Confederate States of America.
Gillmore, Quincy Adams, 1825-1888
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865

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Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

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Related Materials: See Civil War Documents, MSS 105

Preferred Citation: [Item], Civil War collection, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.


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Folder 1: Correspondence Letters A-B, 1860-1865Add to your cart.

Abercrombie, John Joseph.  Letter, January 20, 1863 from Major J.J. Abercrombie to Major [Ezra] T. Sprague, 2 pp.

Ames, Adelbert.  Letter, January 20, 1862 from Colonel A. Ames to Lieutenant Colonel F.A. Schaeffer, 1 p.

Anderson, Robert Houstun.  Letter, May 5, 1861 from Colonel R.H. Anderson to Colonel Edward Manigult, 2pp.

Andrews, M.S.G.  Letter, November 11, 1861 from Major M.S.G. Andrews to Major General Ben[jamin] F[ranklin] Butler, asking Butler to return his letterbook which was taken when Andrews, commander of Forts Hatteras and Clark, surrendered to Butler, August 29, 1861.  ALS 1 p.

Ashby, Turner.  Letter, May 12, 1861 from Turner Ashby to Governor [John] Letcher, Virginia, 3 pp.

Barnard, John Gross.  Letter, September 27, 1862 from J.G. Barnard to Professor Hillgard, 2 pp.

Letter, December 1, 1863 from J.G. Barnard to H. Coppie, 1 p.

Barry, William Farquhar.  Letter, November 22, 1862 from William F. Barry to Mr. Arden, 2 pp.

Bate, William Brimage.  Letter, March 22, 1864 from William B. Bate to General Braxton Bragg, speaking of the treatment of Southern deserters and prisoners by "the Lincoln army" and urging Bragg to establish a system of espionage against U.S. Grant in Tennessee.  ALS, 3 pp.

Beauregard, Pierre Guastave Toutant.  Letter, May 8, 1862 from General G.T. Beauregard to Major General E[arl] Van Dorn, arranging gun signals for attack that evening.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, May 28, 1862 from General G.T. Beauregard to Major General E[arl] Van Dorn, preparing for the evacuation of Corinth, Mississippi.  Saying he fears the enemies' "Sham Balloon" more than his artillery at the moment.  ALS, 2 pp.

Benham, Henry Washington.  Letter, June 27, 1862 from General H.W. Benham to Mr. Hilyard, 1 p.

Benjamin, Judah Philip.  Letter, August 13, 1862 from J.P. Benjamin to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 1 p.

Berry, William A.  Letter, July 22, 1864 from William A. Berry to Secretary of War [James Alexander Seddon], 2 pp.

Bigelow, John.  Letter, July 23, 1861 from John Bigelow to General [Irvin Mc Dowell] on commiserating McDowell's loss of the first Battle of Bull Run.  ALS, 2 pp.

Bill, L.H.  Letter, November 9, 1861 from Lieutenant Colonel L.H. Bill to Colonel R.M. Russell, reporting the two-day battle engaged in by the 12th Regiment Tennessee Vols.  ALS, 3 pp.

Birney, David Bell.  Letter, June 3, 1863 from Major General D.B. Birney to James M. Chalmers, 1 p.

Bowen, John Stevens.  Letter, November 27, 1861 from Colonel John S. Bowen to Major M[anning] M[arius] Kimmel, planning capture of Northern steamers near Eagle Bend, Mississippi.  ALS, 1 p.

Bradley, Joseph H.  Letter, January 1, 1863 from Jos. H. Bradley to Jos[eph] H. Bradley, New York, NY, 2 pp.

Bragg, Braxton.  Letter, March 30, 1960 from Braxton Bragg to an unidentified recipient, discussing Mexican War, including Winfield Scott's idea to bribe Santa Ana.  ALS, 3 pp.

April 16, 1863 from Braxton Bragg to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 1 p.

Letter.  May 8, 1864 from Braxton Bragg to Jefferson Davis, saying "had General Pickett left General B. Johnson to execute his orders, viz; to hold his position to the last...we should even now be able to press the enemy."  ALS, 1 p.

Branch, Lawrence O'Bryan.  Letter, November 30, 1861 from Brig. General L.O.B. Branch to Governor Henry L. Clark, North Carolina, concerning the defense of New Bern, N.C. against Barnsides.  ALS, 2 pp.

Brannan, John Milton.  Letter, March 4, 1863 from Brig. General J.M. Brannan, New York City to Major General H[enry] W[ager] Halleck, regarding his failure to report to Gen. Rosecrans.  ALS, 2 pp.

Breckinridge, John Cabell.  Letter, January 2, 1861 from John C. Breckinridge to Hon. J[eremiah] S[ullivan] Black, notifying the Secretary of State that the electoral votes of Cambria and Oregon have not been received in the senate.  LS, 2 pp.

Letter, Oct. 11, 1862 from John C. Breckinridge to Major General Earl Van Dorn, reporting on the battles of Baton Rouge, LA, and Corinth Mississippi.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, July 1, n.d. from John C. Breckinridge to Major General [Earl] Van Dorn, 1 p.

Buchanan, Frank.  Letter, February 24, 1862 from Frank Buchanan to Flag Officer, V.M. Randolph, noting the poor condition of the confederate Navy but saying he goes tomorrow to join the Virginia [once the Merrimac] and that they ought not to be discouraged.  ALS, 3 pp.

Buell, Don Carlos.  Letter, August 4, 1865 from D.C. Buell to L.I. Cist, 2 pp.

Buford, John.  Letter, May 25, 1863 from Brig General John Buford to Colonel [Rufus] Ingalls, 1 p.

Butler, Benjamin Franklin.  Letter, May 28, 1864 from Major General Benjamin Franklin Butler to [Henry] Wilson, complaining of General [Quincy Adams] Gilmore and suggesting he ought to be removed from his command.  LS, 3 pp.

Butterfield, [Daniel].  Letter, November 19, 1862 from Butterfield to an unidentified recipient, 2 pp.

Folder 2: Correspondence Letters C-D, 1861-1864Add to your cart.

Cameron, Simon.  Letter, March 28, 1861 from Secretary of War Simon Cameron to Hon C[assius] M[arcellus] Clay, 1 p.

Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg.  Letter, October 20, 1861 from Colonel Edward Canby to Captain W.R. Shoemaker, 2 pp.

Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin.  Letter, May 21, 1861 from Brig. General B.F. Cheatham to Major General [Gideon Johnson] Pillow, 1 p.

Letter, August 7, 1862 from Major General Benjamin Franklin Cheatham to G[eorge] W[ythe] Randolph, Secretary of War, 1 p.

Clark, Charles.  Letter, May 15, 1861 from [Brig. General ] Charles Clark to an unidentified recipient, 2 pp.

Cluseret, Gustave Paul.  Letter, May 28, 1861 from Howell Cobb to Honorable E.C. Cafell, denying that he said this war would be fought in the border states alone.  ALS, 4 pp.

Cobb, Howell, Letter, September 14, 1866 from Howell Cobb to Brig. General A[lexander] W[elch] Reynolds, 1 p.

Cooper, Samuel.  Letter, Jan. 24, 1861 from Adj. General Cooper to and unidentified recipient, 1 p.

Corcoran, Michael.  Letter, September 6, 1862 from Brig. General Michael Corcoran to Adj. General [John] Hillhouse, 1 p.

Couch, Darius Nash.  Letter, July 8, 1864 from Major General D.N. Couch to Colonel [John C.] Kelpn, 1 p.

Letter, July 8, 1864 from Major General D.N. Couch to an unidentified Harrisburg  PA editor, 1 p.

Cox, Chris C.  Letter, n.d., 1863 from Dr. Chris C. Cox to D. Cochran, 2 pp.  Requisition for forage, Lieutenant W[illia]m H. Brennan to Captain P.P. Pitkin, July 13, 1863, 1 p., approved by Colonel Newton Martin Curtis, 142 Reg. New York Vols.

Curtic, Samuel Ryan.  Letter, July 2, 1864 from Major General S.R. Curtis to Brig. General S.A. Drake, 2 pp.

Dahlgren, John Adolphus Bernard.  Letter, September 3, 1861 from John A. Dahlgren to Captain Harrell, 2 pp.

Dana, Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh.  Letter, December 30, 1863 from Major General N.J.T. Dana to Brig. General C[harles] P[omerory] Stone, reporting his men have returned from the King Ranch with sixty head of horses and King was out hunting "marauding Mexican robbers." ALS, 1p.

Davis, George.  Letter, March 20, 1862 from George Davis to Governor H.T. Clark, N.C., 1 p.

Davis, H.E. Jr.  Letter, June 16, 1863 from Lieutenant Colonel H.E. Davis, Jr. to Brig. General Sprague, 2 pp.

Davis, Jefferson.  Letter, April 24, 1863 from Jefferson Davis to the [Confederate] Senate and House of Representatives, 1 p.  [Covering letter from Secretary of the Treasury and an estimate of additional appropriations included.]

Extract of letter from Crawfordsville, GA to Jefferson Davis, suggesting that reports be collected from countries about production of food, January 22, 1864, 1 p.  [Endorsed that a reply was submitted by Jefferson Davis, January 29, 1864.]

Davis, William Wyatts Hart.  Letter, July 29, 1863 from W.W.H. Davis to Major Edward W[orthington] Smith, 1 p.

Day, H.  Letter, July 19, 1862 from Lieutenant Colonel H. Day to Hon. J.M. Wrightman, 2 pp.

DePeyster, John Watts.  Letter, April 20, 1863 from J. Watts DePeyster to an unidentified general , 2 pp.

Drayton, Thomas Fenwick.  Letter, November 4, 1861 from Brig. General Tho[ma]s F. Drayton to Captain L.D. Walker, 1 p.

Folder 3: Correspondence Letters E-H, 1861-1865Add to your cart.

Emory, William Helmsley.  Letter, September 17, 1864 from [Brig. General] W.H. Emory to Brig. General [John Aaron] Rawlins, objecting to the reorganization of the 19th Army Corp. LS, 4 pp.

Ewell, Richard Stoddert.  Letter, December 26, 1861 from [Lieutenant General] R.S. Ewell to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 2 pp.

Farnsworth, Elon John.  Letter, October 7, 1862 from Elon J. Farnsworth to his father, 2 pp.

Letter, April 13, 1863 from J.F. Farnsworth to Adj. General A.C. Fuller, 2 pp.

Ferrero, Edward.  Letter, October 15, 1861 from Colonel Edward Ferrero to Adl. General Hillhouse, 1 p.

Foote, Andrew Hull.  Letter, April 17, 1862 from [Admiral] A.H. Foote to L. Henriques, 2 pp.

Foster, John Gray.  Letter, September 24, 1864 from J.G. Foster to "My dear [Philip Henry] Sheridan," regretting he is unable to effect the release of a friend of Sheridan's.  Speaking of the bad conditions of the prisoners, particularly privates who have been brutalized by "starvation and misery."  ALS, 4 pp.

Fox, Gustaveus Vasa.  Letter, September 7, 1864 from G.V. Fox to an unidentified publisher, saying he was "mixed up with the [Fort] Sumter question" and offers to write about it.  ALS, 3 pp.

Letter, September 14, 1864 from G.V. Fox to an unidentified publisher, enclosing a memorandum of the facts concerning the surrender of Fort Sumter and explaining Lincoln's political and military positions.  ALS, 4 pp.

Letter, November 1, 1864 from G.V. Fox to "My Dear Sir," 2 pp.

Franklin, William Buel.  Letter, December 6, 1863 from [Brig. General] W.B. Franklin to Brig. General C[harles] P[omeroy] Stone, 2 pp.

French, Samuel Gibbs.  Letter, October 9, 1861 from S.G. French to Hon. H.T. Ellett, 1 p.

Gardner, Franklin.  Letter, June 13, 1863 from Major General Frank Gardner to Major General N[athaniel] P[rentiss] Banks, refusing to surrender Port Henderson, Louisiana.  ALS, 1 p.

Garrard, Kenner.  Letter, August 20, 1864 from Brig. General K. Garrard to Brig. General W[illiam] D[enison] Whipple, 2 pp.

Garrard, Theophilus Toulmin.  Letter, October 25, 1861 from Colonel T.T. Garrard to Gen. George H[enry] Thomas, discussing the Battle of Wildcat Mountain, Kentucky.  ALS, 2 pp.

Gales, T.B.  Letter, September 16, 1864 from Colonel T.B. Gates to Colonel Pitkin, 1 p.

Geary, John White.  Letter, February 13, 1863 from John W. Geary to Benj[amin] F. See, 3 pp.

Gibbon, John.  Letter, June 30, 1864 from Major General John Gibbon to Major B[enjamin] W[illiam] Brice, 1 p.

Gihon, Albert Leary.  Letter, December 4, 1864 from Major General John Gibbon to Major B[enjamin] W[illiam] Brice, 1p.

Letter, October 19, 1865 from A.L. Gihon to an unidentified captain, 4 pp.

Gill, E.H.  Letter, June 17, 186[2] from E.H. Gill to R.L. Owen, 1 p.  [telegram]

Gillmore, Quincy Adams.  Letter, August 31, 1862 from Brig. General Q.A. Gillmore to the New York Adj. General, 1 p.

Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes.  Letter, May 14, 1862 from Flag Officer L.M. Goldsborough to Major General G.B. McClellan, guaranteeing him gunboats for support in moving up the York River.  ALS, 1 p.

Granger, Gordon.  Letter, September 3, [1862] from G. Granger to an unidentified general, reporting Pope's defeat at the 2nd Battle of Bull Run.  ALS, 1 p.

Grant, Ulysses Simpson.  Letter, November 6, 1861 from Brig. General U.S. Grant to Colonel J. Cook, telling Cook, commander of Fort Holt, Kentucky, to have sixteen companies ready for unidentified march.  ALS, 1 p.

Greene, George Sears.  Letter, January 21, 1862 from Colonel George S. Green to Adj. General Thomas Hillhouse, 3 pp.

Grover, Cuvier.  Letter, November 18, 1862 from Brig. General C. Grover to Governor E.D. Morgan, 1 p.

Hackleman, Pleasant Adam.  Letter of certification, May 23, 1862 from Brig. General C. Grover to Governor E.D. Morgan, 1 p.

Halleck, Henry Wager.  Letter, December 20, 1861 from Major General H.W. Halleck to General [Alexander Sandor] Asborth, explaining the provisions of General Order Number 3 as applied to "Fugitive slaves" in the Department of Mo.  LS, 2 pp.

Letter, January 17, 1863 from H.W. Halleck to D[avid] Van No[r]strand, 1p.

Hancock, Winfield Scott.  Letter, February 2, 1864 from Major General W.S. Hancock to an unidentified Lieutenant Colonel, 2 pp.

Hanley, Joseph W.  Letter, October 9, 1862 from Colonel Joseph W. Hanley, 124th Regional Pa. Vols., to Q.M. General R. Hall, 2 pp.

Hardee, William Joseph.  Letter, May 12, 1862 from W.J. Hardee to General Earl Van Dorn, 3 pp.

Hardie, James Allen.  Letter, March 31, 1863 from Assistant Adj. General Jas. A. Hardie to Captain Pitkin, 3 pp.

Letter, August 22, 1863 from Assistant Adj. General Jas. A. Hardie to Major General D[aniel] Butterfield, telling him that the Secretary of War directs him to Washington to aid General Hooker in preparing his report of the recent campaign on the Rappahannock.  ALS, 2 pp.

Harris, Isham Green.  Letter of appointment, May 22, 1861 by Isham G. Harris, Governor of Tennessee.  1 p.

Letter, May 25, 1861 from Isham G. Harris, Governor of Tennessee to Major General G[ideon] J[ohnson] Pillow, respecting the mustering of state troops into Confederate service.  ALS, 2 pp.

Hartsuff, George Lucas.  Letter, April 25, 1862 from Brig. General L. Harstuff to Governor [William] Sprague Rhode Island, referring to recruiting of troops.  ALS, 2 pp.

Hazen, William Babcock.  Letter, September 5, 1863 from Brig. General W.B. Hazen to Colonel Wilder, 1 p.

Hill, Daniel Harvey.  Letter, June 25, 1861 from Colonel D.H. Hill to Hon. Warren Winslow, speaking with contempt for the "political colonels."  ALS, 1 p.

Hindman, Thomas Carmichael.  Letter, August 17, 1863 from Sergeant Major W.H. Carmichael to Colonel George William Black, 1 p.  [Endorsed by Major General T.C. Hindman.]

Hoke, Robert Frederick.  Letter, October 13, 1863 from [Major] General R.F. Hoke to Hon. Z[ebulon] B[aird] Vance, Governor of North Carolina, telling of catching deserters and a letter from Lee about recalling him.  ALS, 2 pp.

Holt, Joseph.  Letter, October 7, 1861 from Hon. J. Holt to Abraham Lincoln, recommending Moses Kelly for a position in the Office of Register of Wills.  ALS, 2 pp.

Hope, James Barron.  Letter, October 19, 1861 from James Barron Hope to Hon. J[ohn] R[euben] Thompson, 2 pp.

Huger, Benjamin.  Letter, January 9, 1862 from Major General Benjamin Huger to Brig. General H[enry] A[lexander] Wise, 2 pp.

Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson.  Letter, May 15, 1863 from Brig. General A.A. Humphreys to Major General Geo[rge] Sykes, 1 p.

Hunt, Henry Jackson.  Letter, December 7, 1862 from Brig. General H.J. Hunt to an unidentified general deploying artillery for the Battle of Fredricksburg, Virginia.  ALS, 2 pp.

[Hurlbut], Stephen Augustus.  Letter, April 21, 1863 from Major General S.A. Hurlburt to Brig. General Ja[me]s R[onald] Chalmers, saying his note sent under flag of truce had been received.  Noting that Chalmers' own troops fired on their ambulances and denying giving order to set fire to Hernando, Mississippi, 2 pp.  [This letter is supposed to be that of Stephen A. Hurltbut, but is signed as S.A. Hurlburt.]

Letter, May 10, 1863 from Major General S.A. Hurlbut to Captain A[sher] R[obbins] Eddy, reporting that a telegram just received saying Richmond has been taken; "the Stars and Stripes float over the State House."  ALS, 1p.

Folder 4: Correspondence Letters I-M, 1861-1880Add to your cart.

Ingham, Geoerge T.  Letter, December 19, 1863 from Lieutenant George T. Ingham to Brig. General [Samuel Wylie] Crawford, 2 pp.

Ins, Frank W.  Letter, May 19, 1861 from Frank W. Ins to Col. [James Ewell Brown] Stuart, 1 p.

Iverson, Alfred.  Letter, January 23, 1864 from Brig. General A. Iverson to General [Joseph Eggleston] Johnston, 1 p.

Jackson, William S.  Letter, March 18, 1864 from Colonel William S. Jackson to Governor W[illia]m Smith, Virginia, asking permission to fight under the Virginia state flag against to "bastard at traitorous crew."  ALS, 2 pp.

Johnson, Andrew.  Letter, August 5, 1862 from Andrew Johnson to Lieutenant John R[ufus] Edie, acknowledging receipt of ordinance stores.  ALS, 1 p.

Johnson, Edward.  Letter, September 28, 1866 from Major General Ed Johnson to Mrs. Walker and Grey, 1 p.

Johnston, Joseph Eggleston.  Letter, February 24, 1863 from General J.E. Johnston to Major General  [Earl] Van Dorn, spelling out areas of authority between himself, Bragg, and Van Dorn.  LS, 1 p.

Jones, Thomas.  Letter, December 7, 1864 from Major General Sam Jones to Brig. General James Chestnut, 1 p.

Jordan, Thomas.  Letter, October 15, 1861 from General Thomas Jordan to Major General [Earl] Van Dorn, 1 p.

Kearny, Phillip.  Letter, May 1, 1861 from Phill[ip Kearney] to Edward Kearney, saying he is "sick of Europe" but does not mention the Civil War.  ALS, 2 pp.

Kenly, John Reese.  Letter, September 12, 1863 from Brig. General John R. Kenly to Captain F[rank] H[ull] Cowdrey, 1 p.

Kershaw, Joseph Brevard.  Letter, December 24, 1862 from Brig. General J.B. Kershaw to Major Ja[me]s M. Goggins, requesting that Duff Green, a loyal Confederate citizen of Falmouth, Virginia, be allowed to cross Union lines to visit his family.  ALS, 1 p.

Kimball, Amos S.  Letter, May 27, 1864 from A.S. Kimball to Captain of Steamer, Decatur, 1 p.

Kimball, Nathan.  Letter, January 10, 1863 from Brig. General Nathan Kimball to Mr. S.J. Cist, 1 p.

Lee, Robert Edward.  Letter, June 19, 1861 from General R.E. Lee to Colonel I.W. Ware, concerning the recruiting of Virginia volunteers.  LS, 1 p.

Special Order Number 19, by General [Robert Edward] Lee, announcing the promotion of Brig. General Jubal A[nderson] Early to Major General, January 19, 1863, 1 p.

Lee, Samuel Phillips.  Letter, February 27, 1864 from S.P. Lee to I.C. Rivers, 1 p.

Lee, Stephen Dill.  Letter, April 9, 1861 from Captain Stephen D. Lee to Colonel L.M. Hunter, 1 p.

Requisition for Forage for 3rd Brigade of Hancocks Division, Captain C.W. Leffingwell to Captain P.P. Pitkin, October 21, 1862, 1 p.

Letcher, April 23, 1861 from [Governor] John Letcher to members of the Virginia state convention, transmitting report of Judge John Robertson.  ANS, 1 p.

Lincoln, Abraham.  Commission, February 26, 1863 from Abraham Lincoln to John P. Morrison, Assistant Q.M.  DS 1 p.

Lovell, Mansfield.  Letter, November 29, 1862 from Major General M. Lovell to Major General [Earl] Van Dorn, suggesting tactics for attacking Union forces near Waterford, [Mississippi?].  ALS, 2 pp.

MacDougall, Clinton D.  Letter, December 16, 1864 from Colonel C.D. MacDougal to Adj. General John T. Sprague, 3 pp.

MacKall, William Whann.  Letter, December 4, 1861 from [Brig.] General W.W. MacKall to Brig. General [Gideon Johnson] Pillow, 1 p.

Mahone, William.  Letter, April 29, 1861 from William Mahone to Col. Francis H. Smith, seeking military command.  ALS, 3 pp.

Letter, May 8, 1861 from Colonel William Mahone to an unidentified recipient, 3 pp.

Mallory, Stephen Russell.  Letter, October 13, 1862 from S. R. Mallory, Secretary of Navy, to Hon. A[lbert] G[allatin] Brown, submitting report of board if naval officers relative to which a bill had just passed Congress.  ALS, 1 p.

Manigault, Arthur Middleton.  Letter, October 21, 1861 from A.M. Manigault to Colonel Edward Manigault, 2 pp.

Marshall, E.G.  Letter, June 4, 1862 from Colonel E.G. Marshall to Captain [Frederick Thomas] Locke, 2 pp.

Maury, Matthew Fontaine.  Letter, December 15, 1861 from M.F. Maury to General [Earl] Van Dorn, requesting Christmas leave for his son.  ALS, 1p.

Maynard, Horace.  Letter, April 24, 1862 from Horace Maynard to Henry R. Rowland 1 p.

Letter, April 25, 1863 from Horace Maynard to Captain William H. Wiegel, 1 p.

Mazjick, Edward.  Letter, May 16, 1864 from Edward Mazjick to Captain Owens, relying General Hagoods instructions regarding the capture of Union artillery at the Battle of Drewry's Bluff.  ALS, 1 p.

McArthur, John.  Letter, December 15, 1861 from Colonel John McArthur and Brig. Gen. E[leazor] A[rthur] Paine to Governor [Richard] Yates, 1 p.

McClellan, George Brinton.  Letter, July 10, [1861] from Major George B. McClellan to Colonel E.D. Townsend, reporting action in the Rich Mountain Campaigns.  ALS, 2 pp.

McClernand, John Alexander.  Letter, December 28, 1864 from Major General John A. McClernand to Admiral D[avid] D[ixon] Porter, 1 p.

McCook, Alexander McDowell.  Letter, December 28, 1864 from A. McDowell McCook to Major General [Phillip Henry] Sheridan, 2 pp.

McCulloch, Henry Eustace.  Letter, n.d., from Brig. Gen. H.E. McCulloch to Major General [Earl] Van Dorn, containing a memorandum of troops from Texas.  ADS, 2 pp.

McCulloch, Robert.  Letter, November 23, 1862 from Colonel Robert McCulloch to an unidentified captain.  3 pp.

McMahon, M.T.  Letter, December 30, 1863 from Adj. General M.T. McMahon to Brig. General M[arsena] R[udolph] Patrick, 4 pp.

McPherson, James Birdseye.  Letter, August 24, 1863, from James McPherson to [Stephen Carr] Lyford, 3 pp.

Appointment station agents and master, United States Military Railroad, signed by Major General James B[irdseye] McPherson, October 22, 1862,  1 p.

Appointment of R.C. Brown signed by C[hristopher] G[ustavus] Memminger, Secretary of Treasury, CSA, May 20, 1863, 1 p.

Miller, E.V.D.  Letter, January 15, 1880 from E.V.D.Miller to an unidentified recipient, concerning the "slander" accompanying General [Earl] Van Dorn's death.  ALS, 2 pp.

Milroy, Robert Huston.  Letter, December 26, 1863 from Major General R.H. Milroy to Captain Battlesky, recommending that the Capt. Apply for command of a Negro regiment.  ALS, 4 pp.

Mitchel, Ormsby MacKnight.  Letter, October 3, 1861 from O.M. Mitchel to Judge [U.S. Senator Ira] Harris describing conditions in the Department of the Ohio when he took command.  ALS, 4 pp.

Molineux, Edward Leslie.  Letter, October 27, 1862 from Lieutenant Colonel E.L. Molineux to General M[ichael] Corcoran, saying that "Protestant influences are decidedly opposed" to his recruiting efforts.  ALS, 2 pp.

Morell, George Webb.  Letter, April 16, 1861 from George W. Morell to Governor Edwin D[enison] Morgan, New York, volunteering his services to the union.  ALS, 2 pp.

Morgan, George Washington.  Letter, February 26, 1862 from [Brig. General] George W. Morgan to Governor [David] Tod, noting a telegram and letter being sent to him from Secretary of War Stanton regarding "jurisdiction, etc."  ALS, 2 pp.

Morgan, M.R.  Letter, July 20, 1864 from Lieutenant Colonel M.R. Morgan to Brig. General Rufus Ingalls, 1 p.

Folder 5: Correspondence Letters N-R, 1861-1865Add to your cart.

Naglee, Henry Norris.  Letter, July 26, 1862 from Brig. General Henry M. Naglee to Adj. General Hillhouse, advising on recruiting under General Oder Number 75.  ALS, 2 pp.

Safe conduct pass fro E. Bourlier, signed by Brig. General Ja[me]s S[cott] Negley, November 10, 1862, 1 p.

Nelson, W.  Letter, August 7, 1862 from Lieutenant W. Nelson to Admiral [David Glasgow] Farragut, 1 p.

Orr, James Lawrence.  Letter, April 2, 1862 from James L. Orr to General W.W. Harlie, repeating extended conversation with General [Robert Edward] Lee about an order of General [John Clifford] Pemberton regarding the defense of Georgetown, South Carolina.  ALS, 4 pp.

Osterhaus, Peter Joseph.  Letter, n.d., 1864 from Brig. General P. Joseph Osterhaus to Captain Gordon, 1 p.

Palmer, John McCauley.  Letter, May 27, 1861 from Colonel J.M. Palmer, Com.  14th Reg. Illinois Inf. To Colonel T.S. Mather, setting forth dangers in transferring the regiment to federal service.  ALS, 2 pp.

Paul, Gabriel Rene.  Letter, December 8, 1862 from Brig. General G.R. Paul to Major Thomas M. Vincent, 1 p.

Paulding, Hiram.  Letter, December 10, 1862 from H. Paulding, Commandant, New York Navy to New York Secretary of State Horatio Ballard, noting trial of ironclad "Montauk" was successful.  ALS, 1 p.

Paxton, Elisha Franklin.  Letter, November 9, 1862 from E.F. Paxton to Brig. General J[ubal] A[nderson] Early, relaying General [Thomas Jonathon] Jackson's orders to relieve General [Daniel Harvey] Hill's pickets and to camp one brigade near Cedarville [Virginia?] ALS, 1 p.

Peck, John James.  Letter, January 9, 1862 from Brig.  General John Peck to Adj.  General Th[omas] Hillhouse, castigating an officer for living with a "notorious woman" from New York and dressing her as an officer.  LS, 3 pp.

Pegram, John.  Letter, October 18, 1862 from Major General John Pegram to [Major] General [Carter Littlepage] Stevenson, relaying General [Edmund Kirby] Smith's orders for the Kentucky campaign.  ALS, 1 p.

Pemberton, John Clifford.  Letter, March 27, 1862 from Major General

Letter, March 17, 1862 from Major General J.C. Pemberton to Hon. J.W. Hayne, pledging his support for connecting the C[arolina] and S[outher?] and South Carolina railroads.  ALS, 2 pp.

Letter, December 13, 1862 from J.C. Pemberton to Major General Earl Van Dorn, readying forces for the attack on Holly Springs, Mississippi.  ALS, 2 pp.

Pettigrew, James Johnston.  Letter, February 9, 1863 from Brig. General J.J. Pettigrew to Governor Z[ebulon] B[aird] Vance, 1 p.

Pickens, Francis Wilkinson.  Letter, August 30, 1861 from Governor F. W. Pickens, Southern Carolina, commissioning George E. McSteele, Captain Indian Land Guards, 1 p.

Letter, October 10, 1861 from Governor F.W. Pickens, South Carolina, to General R.S. Ripley, 2 pp.

Pillow, Gideon Johnson.  Letter, October 19, 1861 from Brig. General Gideon J. Pillow to the Governor of Tennessee, describing the fortifications of Columbus, Kentucky, which he says will withstand the attack of 30,000 men.  ALS, 2 pp.

Letter, June 19, 1861 from Major General Gideon J. Pillow fro Governor Harris, 1 p.

Polignac, Camille Armand Jules.  Letter, December 4, 1861 from Lieutenant Colonel Jules Polignac to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 2 pp.

Polk, Leonidas.  Letter, October 19, 1861 from Major General L. Polk to Governor [Isham Green] Harris, Tennessee, about recruiting in Nashville.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, February 8, 1863 from Lieutenant General L. Polk to Major General Earl Van Dorn, urging Van Dorn to cut off General J[efferson] C[olumbus] Davis on the Nashville and Columbia turnpike.  ALS, 2 pp.

Pope, John.  Letter, February 6, 1865 from John Pope to Lieutenant Colonel I.T. Sprague, 2 pp.

Porter, David Dixon.  Letter, January 27, 1862 from D.D. Porterto H[enry] A[ugustus] Wise, jesting about his "wirepulling" and promising not to trouble him anymore except in his prayers.  ALS, 3 pp.

Appointment of John R. Montgomery, pilot, signed by David D[ixon] Porter, October 1, 1862, 1p.

Porter, Fritz-John.  Letter, August 3, 1863 from F.J. Porter to G[eorge?] H[arris?] Heap, saying that until Charleston is taken and Lee discomforted, there is no chance of peace of amnesty and that now is the time to send out the "dove with the olive branch." ALS, 3 pp.

Porter, I.D.  Letter, May 15, 1861, from General I.D. Porter to General [James Patton?] Anderson, 1 p.

Powell, C.H.  Letter, July 17, 1862 from Brig. General C.H. Powell to Lieutenant W. W. Wiegel, 1 p.

Preble, George Henry.  Letter, May 2, 1862 from [Lieutenant] George [H. Preble] to Miss Ellen B. Preble, writing from a gunboat to report the taking of New Orleans.

Price, Samuel.  Letter, October 14, 1864 from Lieutenant Governor Samuel Price, Virginia, to an unidentified recipient.  Endorsement by Brig. John Echols, reporting depredations of Confederate troops.  ALS, 2 pp.

Price, Sterling.  Letter, September 29, 1862 from Major General Sterling Price to an unidentified general, 1 p.

Pryor, Roger Atkinson.  Letter, November 23, 1861 from [Brig. Gen.] Roger A. Pryor to [Major General Walter Gwynn?], 2 pp.

Leave of absence authorized by Captain Tho[ma]s Pursell, Co. A., 9th Texas Cavalry signed by Generals W[illiam] Jackson and [John Bell] Hood, August 18, 1864, 1 p.

Rains, Gabriel James.  Letter, June 29, 1863 from Brig. General G.J. Rains to Governor Z[ebulon Baird] Vance, 2 pp.

Ramseur, Stephen Dodson.  Letter, March 12, 1864 from [Major General] S.D. Ramseur to Governor Z[ebulon] B[aird] Vance, promising to deliver the Brigade's vote to Vance.  ALS, 1 p

Randolph, George Wythe.  Letter, May 11, 1861 from George W. Randolph to Governor [John] Letcher, 1 p.

Ransom, Robert, Jr.  Letter, September 10, 1861 from R. Ransom, Jr. to Colonel Warren Winslow, 1 p.

Reynolds, John Fulton.  Letter, February 17, 1863 from Major General John F. Reynolds to Lieutenant D. Wonderly, 1 p.

Rhett, Robert Barnwell.  Letter, February 13, 1861 from R.B. Rhett to his son [Colonel R.B. Rhett], telling of the activities of the Committee on the Constitution, Southern Congress, Montgomery, Alabama.  ALS, 1 p.

Ripley, Roswell Sabine.  Letter, February 3, 1861 from Lieutenant Colonel R.S. Ripley to Captain [George S.] James, requestic ordinance and stores for Fort Moultrie which is in "readiness to open on Fort Sumpter as soon as the ammunition is in the battery."  Endorsed by General Maxcy Gregg.  ALS, 3 pp.

Letter, September 8, 1861 from Brig. General R.S. Ripley to Colonel Edward Manigault, 2 pp.

Rodman, Isaac Peace.  Letter, March 13, 1861 from Colonel I.P. Rodman to Adj. General E.C. Maman, 1 p.

Rosecrans, William Starke.  Letter, December 13, 1862 from Frederick Roushkilb to Hon. S[amuel] S[ullivan] Cox, regarding a time fuse shell.  [Covering letter, S[amuel] S[ullivan] Cox to an unidentified general].  ALS, 4 pp.

Inventory and inspection report, by Captain James P. Roy, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, January 9, 1862, 1 p.

Ruggles, Daniel.  Letter, July 19, 1862 from Brig. General Ruggles to Major M.M. Kimmel, 2 pp.

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Sanderson, William.  Letter, January 18, 1864 from J. William Sanderson to an unidentified recipient, writing from the U.S.S. Vanderbilt about actions against blockade runners.  ALS, 4 pp.

Seddon, James Alexander.  Letter, December 24, 1862 from Secretary of War James A. Seddon to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 1 p.

Sheridan, Philip Henry.  Letter, April 6, 1863 from Major General P.H. Sheridan to Lieutenant Colonel G[ates] P[hillips] Thurston, 2 pp.

Sherman, William Tecumseh.  Letter, April 18, 1865 from Major General W.T. Sherman to General [Marton Davis] Hardon, trying to locate "young Carson" to return him home.  ALS, 1 p.

Contemporary copy of Special Field Order, Number 65, by command of Major General W[illiam] T[ecumseh] Sherman.

Shields, James.  Letter, July 16, 1862 from General James Shields to John F. Callan, saying that his report on the Battle at Port Republic, Virginia, June 8-9, 1862, is being suppressed because Lincoln had, through General McDowell, ordered Shields back from an attack on General Jackson.  ALS, 1 p.

Sickles, Daniel Edgar.  Letter, January 5, 1864 from D.E. Sicles to Abraham Lincoln, recommending Major Ambrose Cassidy as paymaster.  ALS, 1 p.

Sigel, Franz.  Letter, January 23, 1862 from F. Sigel to an unidentified recipient, refusing to get "mixed up with Newspaper Scandals."

Letter, October 8, 1862 from Major General F. Sigel to Governor [Edwin Denison] Morgan, New York.  LS, 2 pp.

Slocum, Henry Wagner.  Letter, July 5, 1863 from Major General H.W. Slocum to General [Joseph] Hayes, directing his 2nd Corp to follow Slocum's 12th Corp down the [Baltimore] pike after Gettysburg.  ALS, 1 p.

Smith, Andrew Jackson.  Letter, January 5, 1865 from Major General A.J. Smith to Brig. General [John Thomas] Croxton, requesting him to join Admiral [Samuel Phillip] Lee and himself on the Tin Clad Number 57.  ALS, 1 p.

Smith, Charles Ferguson.  Letter, October 6, 1861 from Brig General C.F. Smith to General [Ulysses Simpson] Grant, relaying information received from a Roman Catholic priest at Columbus, Kentucky, that Paducah might be attacked on the 10th.  ALS, 4 pp.

Smith, Edmund Kirby.  Letter, August 13, 1862 from Major General E. Kirby Smith to General Braxton Bragg, outlining plans to march on Cumberland Gap preparatory to moving on Lexington, Kentucky.  LS, 3 pp.

Smith, Gustavus Woodson.  Letter, October 4, 1862 from Major General G.W. Smith to Brig. General H[enry] A[lexander] Wise, 1 p.

Smith, J. Dickerson.  Certification, March 31, 1863, of discharge of George W. Shafer, conscript, as physically unfit for service, 2 pp.  Endorsed by Lieutenant General T[homas] J[onathan] Jackson.

Smith, Martin Luther.  Letter, September 15, 1862 from Brig. General M.L. Smith to D[aniel] Ruggles, requesting labor force of 500 Negroes, probably for construction of defenses at Vicksburg, Mississippi.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, May 16, 1863 from Major General M.L. Smith to Brig. General W[illiam] E[dwin] Baldwin, outlining defenses in the Vicksburg campaign.  ALS, 1 p.

Stanley, David Sloane.  Letter, February 2, 1863 from Brig. General D.S. Stanley to Lt. Colonel D[ouglas] A. Murray, 1 p.

Stanton, Edwin McMasters.  Letter, January 24, 1862 from Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton to [whom if may concern], extending Lieutenant Hutchins' leave from January 24-February 1.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, June 29, 1865 from Edwin M. Stanton Hon. Henry Wilson, saying he had overruled General [Rufus] Saxton and had commissioned Wilson's son.  ALS, 1 p.

Letter, July 14, 1865 from Edwin M. Stanton to Major William W. Wiegel, extending sympathy concerning the serious illness of his child.  ALS, 1 p.

Steedman, James Blair.  Letter, February 9, 1862 from Colonel James B. Steedman to Governor [David Tod], Ohio, saying the "little fossil remnant... the venerable rates of the Regular Army" are emasculating the volunteers, and urging him to write Secretary of War Stanton about recruiting practices.  ALS, 4 pp.

Steele, Frederick.  Letter, August 28, 1865 from Major General F. Steele to Major General P[hilip] H[enry] Sheridan, describing conflict between the Mexican Liberal and Imperialist parties and requesting instructions as with whom he should side.  ALS, 4 pp.

Stevenson, John Dunlap.  Letter, July 8, 1865 from Brig. General John D. Stevenson to Lieutenant Colonel A.E. King, 1 p.

Stone, Charles Pomeroy.  Letter, August 5, 1862 from Charles P. Stone to an unidentified publisher, 2 pp.

Stoughton, H.R.  Letter, February 20, 1863 from Major H.R. Stoughton to Captain Dalton, complaining of a Rebel sympathizer and Provost Marshall General M[orsena] R[udolph] Patrick, endorsing, saying that if all Kentuckians of southern sympathies were jailed nearly the whole state would be in prison.  ALS, 1 p.

Sturgis, Samuel Davis.  Letter, June 22, 1862 from Brig. General S.D. Sturgis to Governor [Edwin Denison] Morgan, New York, 2 pp.

Tantin, James G. Letter, May 12, 1861 from Lieutenant James Tantin to Lieutenant Colonel R[obert] H[all] Chilton, recommending two men as recruiters.  Lee is saying he knows nothing of their qualification.  Endorsed by Major General R[obert] E[dward] Lee.  ALS, 3 pp.

Tarbell, Jonathan.  Letter, July 30, 1863 from Lieutenant Colonel Tarbell to Adj. General of Corps de Afrique, applying for a command in the corp, with a recommendation by Brig. General C[urvier] Grover.  ALS, 2 pp.

Taylor, Richard.  Letter, August 18, 1862 from [Major] General R. Taylor to Major General Earl Van Dorn, offering to send conscripts to file Van Dorn's weak regiments in trade for two light batteries.  ALS, 3 pp.

Letter, August 25, 1862 from Major General R. Taylor to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 1 p.

Terrill, William Rufus.  Letter, January 3, 1862 from Captain William R. Terrill to Governor [John] Letcher, Virginia, asking the governor to have delivered two letters [one to his brother and one to a boyhood friend] he is sending under flag of truce accompanying body of General [Felix Kirk] Zollicoffer.  ALS, 3 pp.

Terry, Alfred Howe.  Letter, April 3, 1863 from Brig. General Alfred H. Terry to Brig. General R[ufus] Saxton, 1 pp.

Thompson, M. Jeff.  Letter, August 27, 1862 from Brig. General M. Jeff Thompson to Major General Earl Van Dorn, 1 p.

Thonton, James Shepard.  Letter, November 22, 1865 from James S. Thonton to Commander Geo[rge] H[enry] Preble, refusing him permission to publish letters Thornton has written to Preble after the sinking of the Alabama.  ALS, 4 pp.

Tilghman, Lloyd.  Letter, May 18, 1861 from Brig General Lloyd Tilghman to Governor Beriah Magofin, Kentucky, complaining that Colonel [Benjamin Mayberry] Prentiss, U.S. commander at Cairo, had arrested and tried a member of the Kentucky State Guards.  ALS, 2 pp.

Timberlake, J.H.  Letter, December 4, 1864 from J.H. Timberlake to Jefferson Davis, asking exemption from army service to care for his estate and Negro slaves.  Endorsement by Davis notes it is the first such case to be called to his attention and that "rules of action" must be adopted for other anticipated cases.  ALS 2 pp.

Torbert, Alfred Thomas Archimedes.  Letter, March 10, 1865 from A.T.A. Torbert to the commanding officer of the 3rd Brigade, 2 pp.

Turner, Levi C.  Letter, July 22, 1863 from [Major] L.C. Turner to Daniel Warry [?], 2 pp.

Testimonials in favor of C. Hall Buscton from Brig. General E[rastus] B[arnars] Tyler and Col. W.R. Creighton, August 13, 1862, 1 p.

Tyler, Erastus Barnard.  Letter, July 15, 1863 from Brig. General E.B. Tyler to Captain Wiegle, ordering him to put the cavalry aboard the boat for Annapolis and to arrest those who will not obey.  ALS, 2 pp.

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Van Brunt, Henry.  Letter, January 16, 1862 from Captain Van Brunt to Flag Officer L[ouis] M[alesherbes] Goldsborough, reporting on the safety of Goldsborough's squadron.  ALS, 3 pp.

Memorandum by Major General Earl Van Dorn on the position of his troops, November 10 and 11, 1862, 2 pp.

Vance, Zebulon Baird.  Letter, April 11, 1865 from Governor Z.B. Vance to General W[illia]m T[ecumseh] Sherman, surrendering the city of Raleigh, North Carolina.  LS, 1 p.

Vinton, D.H.  Letter, October 29, 1860 from Major D.H. Vinton to the Asst. Adj. Gen. Headquarters, Department in the Department of Texas LS, 5 pp.

Wadsworth, James Samuel.  Letter, May 18, 1862 from Brig. General James S. Wadsworth to Brig. Gen. [Irwin McDowell], reporting conversation with President Lincoln and meeting of Council he attended.  ALS, 6 pp.

Walker, Leroy Pope.  Letter, February 27, 1862 from Brig. General L.P. Walker to Brig. Gen. Daniel Ruggles, reporting on possible sites for gun positions on the Tennessee River.

Walker, Reuben Lindsay.  Letter, April 22, 1861 from R.L. Walker to [Joseph Eggleston Johnston], reporting his men and cannons had reached Alexandria, Virginia, but that Colonel [James Ewell Brown] Stuart did not wish to use them against federal steamers.  ALS, 1 p.

Wallace, William Harvey Lamb.  Letter, January 13, 1862 from M.H.L. Wallace to his wife, telling that he and his troops are under marching orders to leave Cairo tomorrow.  ALS, 3 pp.

Special Field Order by Colonel J.B. Walton, January 24, 1864, 1 p.

Watts, Thomas Hill.  Letter, May 18, 1863 from Attorney General T.H. Watts to James Tupper, outlining the method of making claims against the Confederacy.  ALS, 2 pp.

Wayne, Henry Constantine.  Letter, August 13, 1863 from [Brig. General] Henry C. Wayne to Governor [Joseph Emerson] Brown, Georgia, saying that the Legions now being raised in the state are contrary to Georgia Confederate Law.  ALS, 1 p.

Weber, Max.  Letter, August 8, 1861 from Colonel Max Weber to Governor E[dwin Denison] Morgan, regarding the married men in his regiment whose morale is lowered by sorrowful letters from home.  LS, 3 pp.

A free pass on all public transportation for Lieutenant W[illia]m T. Walker signed by Brig. General G[odfrey] Weitzel, July 16, 1864, 1 p.

Welles, Gideon.  Letter, March 13, 1862 from [Secretary of the Navy] Gideon Wlles to Hon. John P[arker] Hale, saying Congress, not the Navy Department, can remit penalties against manufacturers of steam engines.  LS, 2 pp.

Letter, April 24, 1863 from Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles to Fred D. Stuart, 2 pp.

Letter, July 26, 1864 from Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles to Admiral S[amuel] P[hillips] Lee, reporting that several of the crew of the Alabama had left for Bermuda to get another boat.  LS, 1 p.  [Copy of a telegram]

Wharton, Gabriel Colvin.  Letter, December 16, 1861 from Colonel G.C. Wharton and Major C.E. Thornburn to Colonel William A. Jackson, 1 p.

Wharton, John Austin.  Letter, December 7, 1862 from Brig. General John A. Wharton to Colonel Geo[rge] G. Garner, reporting he still holds Franklin, Tennessee, but has learned that federal troops are advancing down the Nashville Pike.  ALS, 2 pp.

Wheeler, Joseph.  Letter, February 25, 1863 from Major General Joseph Wheeler to Major General Earl Van Dorn, saying General Bragg doubted that Nashville could be taken.  LS, 1 p.

Whiting, William Henry Chase.  Letter, July 1, 1863 from Major General

Wigfall, Louis Trezenant.  Letter, February 25, 1861from Louis T. Wigfall to Colonel [Jefferson Davis?], reporting on his efforts to recruit army officers for Confederate service and urging Davis to leave for Charleston, South Caroline.  ALS, 4 pp.

Willcox, Orlando Bolivar.  Letter, April 15, 1865 from O.B. Willcox to Reverend Jos[eph] M. Finotti, reviewing the debacle at the Crater.  ALS, 8 pp.

Winder, John Henry.  Letter, September 9, 1863 from General John H. Winder to Governor Z[ebulon Baird] Vance, North Carolina, 1 p.

Letter, April 11, 1864 from General John H. Winder to Governor Z[ebulon] B[aird] Vance, 1 p.

Address by Brig. General Th[omas] J[ohn] Wood commending his troops for their action at Missionary Ridge and their victory at the Battle of Chattanooga, Nov. 27, 1863.  AMS, 3 pp.

Worden, R.  Letter, October 6, 1864 from R. Worden to Ch[arle]s A. Stuart, 1 p.

Muster roll, 7th Cavalry C.S.A., September 1 - October 31, 1861, 1 p.

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