In the letter Minor mentions a government contract with J. E. Murrell of Mobile, authorizing an exchange of cotton to purchase nitre. Minor also commends McRae's efforts to have the Confederate government establish an armory at Selma. He explains...
In the letter Green gives instructions about the equipment and supplies to be assigned to each battery, depending on its size. He gives specific numbers (or amounts) of sergeants, buglers, flags, horses, mules, wagons, forage, and ammunition. A...
Julia Lide was in the Army Nurse Corps during World War I. Included here is a biographical sketch, service record, and a transcript of a letter from Colonel David L. Stone. In the letter Colonel Stone commends Lide and the other nurses at the 3rd...
The message discusses transporting the remains of Julius Frank Hardeman back to the United States. It also it explains of how much the U.S. Army will pay for certain funeral services. Hardeman, a sergeant in the Army, was killed on September 19,...
In the order Adjutant General Henry Graham gives instructions to the members of the Alabama Army and Air National Guard, regarding the state of martial law that Governor John Patterson declared in Montgomery.
Article from the Alabama Journal, reporting on the recent gathering of the Alabama Democratic Conference (an African American political organization). The group met to decide which candidates to endorse in the upcoming election. The article quotes...
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