During the Mexican-American War, Moore organized and led the Eutaw Rangers, a group of volunteers from Greene County, Alabama. In the letter he discusses the upcoming transportation of troops to Burita or Matamoras, Mexico, and he describes the...
From November 1863 through the end of the Civil War, Bolling Hall, Jr., was colonel of the 59th Alabama Infantry regiment. The pass stipulates that he must not "communicate in writing or verbally, for publication, any fact ascertained, which, if...
The pass gives Grenier permission "to remain absent from his organization and to travel a distance of not more than 100 miles from his station when not on duty." It is only valid for twenty-four hours.
This article from the Alabama Journal discusses the progress of the Selma to Montgomery March, describing conditions of the road and campsites; distances walked each day; protection provided by the National Guard; the leaders of the demonstration;...
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