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  • Description: Coosa
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    • "$30 Reward."

    • 1863 December 27
    • Advertisement offering a reward for the return of a Confederate soldier who ran away from the Selma Arsenal. The ad gives a full physical description and mentions that the deserter is probably headed to Coosa County, where he has family.
    • Q17462
    • Letter from Martha Warrick to her husband, Thomas.

    • 1864 January 20
    • During the war, Thomas Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter Martha tells Thomas how much he is missed, and she refers to difficulties at home: "...I am in hopes that...
    • Q16968 - Q16971
    • Letter from Martha Warrick to her husband, Thomas.

    • 1863 August 13
    • During the war, Thomas Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter Martha Warrick writes her husband to tell him about the difficulties at home. Martha tells Thomas she was...
    • Q16965 - Q16967
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Dalton, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1863 December 10
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter describes the battle in Chattanooga on November 24 and 25: "...the yankes drove us from our ditches and takend...
    • Q16957 - Q16964
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick in Tennessee, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1862 December 19
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he describes the execution of a soldier who had deserted twice: "...he went home and thay brote him back and then...
    • Q16934 - Q16939
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick in Tupelo, Mississippi, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1862 June 15
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses conditions in his camp, such as illness and the quality of water. He then writes of his desire to be...
    • Q16916 - Q16917, Q17010 - Q17011
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick in Loachapoka, Alabama, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1862 March 9
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses life in the camp, especially the delay in receiving the allowance the soldiers were promised: "We...
    • Q16904 - Q16906
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Marietta, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 July 2
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses the Confederate victory at Marietta: "We giv the yanks an other thrashing las Monday kill about 8...
    • Q16980 - Q16985
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick in Atlanta, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 July 31
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses the heavy casualties suffered during recent battles in Atlanta: "I hav bin through 2 of as hard...
    • Q16986 - Q16988
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Tupelo, Mississippi, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1865 January 12
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses the possibility of getting a furlough soon, and he mentions a recent unsuccessful campaign: "I shall...
    • Q16992 - Q16994
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick in Florence, Alabama, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 November 13
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he discusses the soldiers' move to winter quarters: "...our intentions was to go into middle Tennessee when we...
    • Q16989 - Q16991
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Acworth, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 May 21
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he explains that the Confederate forces are retreating from Dalton, Georgia, and are about thirty miles from...
    • Q16977 - Q16979
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Tupelo, Mississippi, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1862 June 13
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he gives news of mutual acquaintances and describes death and despair in the camp: "I see a heap of strange...
    • Q16918, Q17008 - Q17009
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Dalton, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 April 1
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he predicts that the "yankes will give us a fit be fore minnie days," and he discusses possible troop movements...
    • Q16972 - Q16975, Q17012 - Q17013
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick near Dalton, Georgia, to his wife, Martha.

    • 1864 April 11
    • During the war, Warrick served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry. In the letter he tells of five men who are going to be executed for desertion: "...that is mity harde that they have to shut so...
    • Q16976, Q17014 - Q17015
    • Letter from J. Gayle in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to John Coffee.

    • 1831 January 14
    • In the letter Gayle discusses former Governor Moore's response to Coffee's recent correspondence; Moore denies Coffee's account of a conversation regarding the conflict between him and Colonel John McKinley. Gayle feels that his "retraction is a...
    • Q21651 - Q21654
    • Administrative files of Governor Israel Pickens.

    • 1817-1825
    • The correspondence deals with a wide variety of topics such as state's financial situation; banking; river and harbor navigation; publications from other states; the militia and arms supplies; salt springs; and university lands. Correspondents...
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    • Numbers 1 through 20.

    • 1931 July 26 - December 13
    • The following articles are included: 1) "Andrew Jackson on the Coosa"; 2) "John Tate, the British Colonel"; 3) "Gosse, the Naturalist"; 4) "Court Street Church and Some of Its Preachers"; 5) "A Virginia Refugee in Alabama"; 6) "Old Augusta"; 7)...
    • Q55293 - Q55326
    • Numbers 21 through 40.

    • 1931 December 21 - 1932 May 1
    • The following articles are included: 21) "Other Christmas Days"; 22) "Fort Williams on the Coosa"; 23) "The Days of Fort Dale"; 24) "Sequoyah, the Cherokee"; 25) "Fort Mitchell Cemetery"; 26) "Alabama's Indian Name Postoffices"; 27) "Isaac Smith,...
    • Q55327 - Q55364
    • Numbers 281 through 300.

    • 1936 December 27 - 1937 May 9
    • The following articles are included: 281) "Equality in Coosa"; 282) "Old Time Remedies"; 283) "Historic Old Prints"; 284) "Old Post Offices in St. Clair County"; 285) "'Kittles'"; 286) "Fort Barron"; 287) "Steamboat Landing"; 288) "Confederate...
    • Q56564 - Q56603
    • Numbers 521 through 540.

    • 1941 August 10 - 1941 December 21
    • The following articles are included: 521) "The French Post on the Coosa"; 522) "Tom Coster, Druggist"; 523) "Do You Enjoy Life?"; 524) "Boynton Map of 1838"; 525) "Okchai Town"; 526) "The Independent Rifles at Jackson's Lake in '92"; 527)...
    • Q57532 - Q57570
    • Numbers 661 through 680.

    • 1944 April 24 - 1944 October 9
    • The following articles are included: 661) "Major Short's Visit in 1809"; 662) "Tin Cans"; 663) "The Valley of Pigeon Creek"; 664) "The Fair"; 667) "The Town Clock"; 666) "Jefferson Davis and Montgomery"; 667) "Cotaco Valley"; 668) "LaFayette's...
    • Q57812 - Q57850
    • Numbers 821 through 840.

    • 1949 February 13 - 1949 June 26
    • The following articles are included: 821) "Historians Question Grant of Latchwa, Alligator Area"; 822) "Valentine-Making once Art; Their Evolution since 1667"; 823) "Postman Had 146-Mile Route to Cover by Horse in 1835"; 824) "Claiborne's Light...
    • Q58659 - Q58684
    • Letter from Thomas Warrick to his wife, Martha.

    • 1863 September 24
    • The letter is written on Union stationery. Warrick was from Coosa County, Alabama. During the war, he served in the Coosa Home Guards, and he was a private in Company C of the 34th Alabama Infantry.
    • Q3991 - Q3992

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