7 edition of Greensboro"s Confederate soldiers found in the catalog.
Greensboro"s Confederate soldiers
Includes bibliographical references (p. 127).
|Series||Images of America|
|LC Classifications||F264.G8 M596 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||2007943612|
These records contain card abstracts of entries relating to each soldier as found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers, Union prison registers and rolls, parole rolls, and inspection reports. They may also contain the originals of any papers relating solely to a particular soldier. Browse by military unit, then name of soldier, or use the. There is always something new to learn and interesting people to meet at Museum Guild meetings, and at our April gathering, National Park Service historian Robert Dunkerly will discuss his book, The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro: The Final Days of the Army of Tennessee, April Copies will be available for purchase.
Confederate service records of soldiers who served in organizations from North Carolina. The records include a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name, his rank, and the unit in which he served. The jacket-envelope typically contains card abstracts of entries relating to the soldier as found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital. This is a list of Confederate monuments and memorials that were established as public displays and symbols of the Confederate States of America (CSA), Confederate leaders, or Confederate soldiers of the American Civil of the commemoration of the American Civil War, these symbols include monuments and statues, flags, holidays and other observances, and the names of schools, roads.
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Author Carol Moore resides in Guilford County, North Carolina. She is an avid collector of rare local history. Greensboro's Confederate Soldiers features treasured family photographs shared with the author by loving descendants and others gleaned from local, state, and national : Carol Moore.
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Greensboro's Confederate Soldiers features treasured family photographs shared with the author by loving descendants and others gleaned from local, state, and national : The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro: The Final Days of the Army of Tennessee, April Robert M.
Dunkerly, McFarland Unlike the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia, which is remembered as one of the iconic moments in American history, the surrender of the Confederacy’s largest army three weeks later in North Carolina has rarely rated more than a footnote in Civil War. COVID Resources.
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Historian G. Ward Hubbs first encountered the Confederate soldiers known as the Greensboro Guards through their Civil War diaries and letters. Later he discovered that the Guards had formed some forty years before the war, soon after the founding of the Alabama town that was their namesake.
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Booth University of Nebraska Press, The purpose of this group is to tell the stories of Southern men, women and children who lived through the War Between the States and Reconstruction We also honor Confederate. Davis and his Cabinet arrived by train in Greensboro on Ap and on Ap by a voice vote ofthe Confederate government voted to seek an end to the Civil War.
2 The Italianate Blandwood Mansion, W. Washington St., was the home of former Gov. John M. Morehead and played host to Confederate and Union officers during the war. It’s. Carol Moore is a writer and public speaker in Guilford County, North Carolina.
She was awarded the Willie Parker Peace History Book Award by the North Carolina Society of Historians for her books, Greensboro's First Presbyterian Church Cemetery in and Greensboro's Confederate Soldiers in Pages: Historian G.
Ward Hubbs first encountered the Confederate soldiers known as the Greensboro Guards through their Civil War diaries and letters. Guarding Greensboro examines how the yearning for community played itself out across decades of peace and war, prosperity and Rating: % positive.
The Civil War Dictionary New York: Vintage Books, Davis, William C., ed. The Confederate General. Vol. National Historical Society. Q Alexander Hamilton Stephens Vice President of the Confederate States of America.
After the war, Stephens returned to Georgia and practiced law. This database contains records of Confederate soldiers who served in military organizations that were formed by the Confederate Government.
Information available about a soldier includes his name, unit, and rank. Additional information may be found by viewing the image of the original record. U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
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It is a testament to one man’s enduring humanity, courage, and wisdom in the midst of death and destruction. Early in Maytwenty-one-year-old Sam R.
Watkins of Columbia, Tennessee/5. We package all books in custom cardboard book boxes for shipment and ship daily with tracking numbers.; This is one volume of a 20 volume set that lists the names, ranks and assignment of the Confederate soldiers from Georgia between the years of and from those that are alphabetically listed between the names Bell, H through Buett.
In61 years after the end of the Civil War, Clyburn was living in Union County, east of Charlotte, and applied to the state for a soldier’s pension. (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.The Winter Encampment of the Union army during the winter of was the largest encampment of the Civil War, numbering up tosoldiers." So not only is this a tremendous Confederate made D-guard Bowie knife in the original scabbard but there is the history of who and where it was from.There are three books that deal with the end of the war in Greensboro/Guilford County.
The first book released on Greensboro and the war was Ethel Arnett's Confederate Guns Were Stacked in Greensboro (). This was followed in by Bradley Foley and Adrian Whicker's The Civil War Ends, Greensboro April and inRobert M.
Dunkerly's The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro .