2 edition of Letters and recollections of a Confederate soldier, 1860-1865 found in the catalog.
Letters and recollections of a Confederate soldier, 1860-1865
Robert David Jamison
|Statement||compiled by Henry Downs Jamison, Jr. and Marguerite Jamison McTigue.|
|Contributions||Jamison, Henry Downs, 1899-, McTigue, Marguerite Jamison.|
|LC Classifications||E579.5 45th .J35 A34 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 leaves,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||82176889|
A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate, by Randolph H. McKim (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Richmond (Va.) -- History -- Civil War, -- Personal narratives, Confederate. Duncan, Thomas D. Recollections of Thomas D. Duncan, A Confederate Soldier. Nashville, Tn: McQuiddy Printing Co., Wonderful and rare account written by one of Forrest’s infamous Escort Company. Likely few troopers rode under the infamous cavalryman leader for so long as did Duncan.
A Civil War Confederate Soldier's Final Letter (Dear Clara Mammoth Spring, AR) - Duration: mistarogerz 6, views. The War in Words - SNL - Duration: the confederate treasury sends money to pay troops just 2 days after the attack on ft. sumter paying the new confederate army. letter signed by w.h.s. taylor, 2nd auditor of the confederate treasury, montgomery, ap to capt. john t. shaff, adjutant general and provost at ft. morgan, ala.
Books shelved as confederate: Blood & Iron by Harry Turtledove, Clouds of Glory: The Life and Legend of Robert E. Lee by Michael Korda, Doctors in Gray. A Soldier's Recollections: Leaves from the Diary of a Young Confederate: With an Oration on the Motives and Aims of the Soldiers of the South New York: Longmans, Green and Co., Summary Randolph Harrison McKim, born in in Baltimore, Maryland, was .
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Confederate Letters and Diaries brings to modern readers many interesting, fascinating writings of Confederate soldiers. Colonel Swank has included numerous eyewitness, and often heart rending accounts of battlefield scenes, hardships faced in camp, on the march, or in prison-this collection even includes a diary of a Virginia cavalryman held in a Federal military prison.
HUSE FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE. (bulk ). About letters and other manuscripts. Much the greater part of this collection consists of personal letters written by and to members of the Huse family of Center Barnstead, Belknap County, New Hampshire, just prior to and during the Civil War.
The Civil War Reminiscences of J. Robuck: My Own Personal Experience and Observation as a Soldier in the Confederate Army During the Civil WarAlso During the Period of Reconstruction by Robuck, J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Confederate Soldiers of the U.S.
Civil War (Primary Sources): Selected full-text books and articles A Maryland Boy in Lee's Army: Personal Reminiscences of a Maryland Soldier in the War between the States, By G. Booth University of Nebraska Press, Army Letters, Being Extracts from Private Letters to Relatives and Friends from a Soldier in the Field During the Late Civil War, with an Appendix Containing Copies of Some Official Documents, Papers and Addresses of Later Date.
Army Letters, Oliver Willcox Norton. O.L. Deming, - Appomattox Campaign, - pages. Confederate soldier, from New Orleans, La.
Letter book () and diaries (,and ) of Porter, a member of the Washington (La.) Artillery Battalion, describe his service in Virginia; the engagements in which he participated, including the battle of Brandy Station,the battle of Gettysburg,and the siege of Petersburg, ; the surrender of the Army Author: Elizabeth Dunn.
American Civil War Diaries, Memoirs, and Letter Collections The Recollections of a Union Soldier of 'Bostwicks Tigers,Jan Croon, ed. (Savas Beatie, ). Hands down amazing. Winner of the Douglas Southhall Freeman Award, and Finalist, Indie Book Award for Memoirs.
First, the Confederate Soldiers would not be imprisoned or prosecuted for treason. Second, the soldiers could keep their horses and mules to help with their farming. These terms were recorded in a document that was completed around P.M.
on April 9,marking the Confederate Army’s official surrender. Letters and Recollections of a Confederate Soldier Nashville, TN: H. Jamison, . (Note: After the War the soldier, Robert David Jamison, eventually moved to Nashville and bought an interest in the mattress manufacturing company that became Jamison Bedding, Inc.).
A soldier's recollections: leaves from the diary of a young Confederate: with an oration on the motives and aims of the soldiers of the South, by Randolph Harrison McKim, His twice-weekly letters home, written between April and Novemberchronicle his gradual change from an ardent Confederate soldier to a weary veteran who longs to be at home.
Callaway was a schoolteacher, husband, and father of two when he enlisted in the 28th Alabama Infantry Regiment at the age of by: 4.
(record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.
Lot of 8 letters written by different authors, Many are Union soldiers' letters and contain interesting war news with detailed descriptions of their Confederate foe. Includes: Masters, Thomas. 4pp, x in., Montgomery, Alabama. Decem Addressed to his daughter, Anna Masters in New York.
of diaries, letters, memoirs, and personal narratives of the common soldier-many times \vitnessing the conflict on a grand scale-published as books between and and held in the general collections of the Library of Congress.
Accounts published beforebut reissued \vith expanded introductions, are also included. Books that are only. His letters indicate a rich, complex sense of Confederate nationalism not simply tied to Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia.
In a rare admission that they could lose the war, he wrote, “We must make our minds to become, like the scattered tribes of Israel, without a national existence but preserving our identity as a people as a whole.”. You will view the war from the position of a common soldier, a Lieutenant, and a chaplain.
The reality of camp life, difficult marches, bloody battles, Christ-centered worship, and much more will be your reading experience. You will be taken into the heart of a young Confederate from Maryland, and his adventure will become your adventure. Macon Telegraph (Macon, Georgia), 7 Maypage 1.
Here is a transcript of that letter: Editor Telegraph: The enclosed letter was written by a private soldier of the 12 th Georgia Regiment – the only son of one of our most public-spirited citizens, who was a member of the State Convention which passed the Ordinance of Secession.
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Letter book, AccessionMiscellaneous Reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Letter book,of Lieutenant General Richard Heron Anderson () containing letters sent from Texas, Utah, South Carolina, and for the Civil War period from Fredericksburg, Virginia. Includes a description of the Battle of Gettysburg in Stories and Recollections "A Company Of Confederate Soldiers Drinking Water In War Times On Georges Creek" By S.
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Jason said he has been collecting the letters sent back home by soldiers who fought in the battles of the Seven Days and provided me a copy of this one from a junior officer in the 3rd North Carolina Infantry, the same unit where one of my family ancestors served.
The letter is from Lt. Thomas E. Armstrong to his sister.