Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications Index Database Confederate Pension Records Louisiana in the Civil War Message Board Civil War Message Board Portal Official Records of the Civil War Harpers Weekly 1861-1865 Soldiers & Sailors Database - National Park Service Open Library Louisiana Division Sons of Confederate Veterans LA Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery and Museum Confederate Memorial Hall-New Orleans Friends of Fort De Russy more.... Shinn Memorial Library ________________________________________________ Manuscript Resources On the War Between the States in Louisiana (Acknowledgement page 148) A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U |V| W | X | Y | Z Acknowledgement Israel L.
Adams (1801-1860) was a merchant and farmer of Natchez, Mississippi.
Subseries 1.5: 1846-1847 0783 Description of Subseries 1.5.
Mitchell of the Confederate States Navy, written from the towboat Landis describing an action in which he captured and then lost the Federal steamer Resolute. Included are correspondence and financial and legal records, dated 1817-1895.
Included is material relating to hospital conditions and camp life. 0717 Correspondence, June 15, 1862- September 26, 1864. 0762 Correspondence, August 21- September 24, 1884, [Also 18]. Civil War letters from various individuals to William M. Helena Parish, Louisiana, as part of the 4th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, and Confederate records transcribed from the Louisiana State Library Commission document the service of the Amacker family in the Civil War. He eventually returned to New Jersey and died there in 1857.
This collection consists of family and Civil War correspondence of Henry Aiken. Both William and his brother, Felix, were Confederate soldiers in the Mississippi Volunteers. Pre-Civil War letters from John Houston discuss crops, weather, farmland, Houston’s advocacy of secession, and local social affairs. A list, 1861, of the officers and men of the first company to leave St. He left George Marsh, his second son, with his parents in Rahway, New Jersey. In 1849 John Marsh sold his interest in the plantation to two of his sons-in-law, Daniel Dudley Avery and Ashbel Burnham Henshaw.
The letters tell of procuring salt for the Confederate States Army near Bristol, Tennessee, and wheat near Atlanta, Georgia. Humphrey Marshall in the area of Bristol, Tennessee, and on the Battle of Resaca, Georgia. Family affairs, illnesses and remedies, and attendance at the New Orleans, Louisiana, School of Medicine are additional topics of discussion in the correspondence. After his graduation from Yale College in 1830, he studied law with Thomas Gibbs Morgan and was admitted to the bar in 1832.
Aiken served in a Massachusetts artillery battery and took part in the attack on Port Hudson, Louisiana, and in the Red River Campaign. This collection consists of three items, letters, 1863-1864, of Alexander Snodgrass, a major in the Quartermaster’s Department, 35th Alabama Regiment. Allen describe skirmishes in Kentucky and Louisiana, camp life and conditions, duties, and war news, such as the shelling of Port Hudson, Louisiana. A printed pamphlet, 1959, contains genealogical records of the Amacker family from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Daniel Dudley Avery was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on April 12, 1810.