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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Ben Byrnes collection of miscellaneous WWI photographs, 1912-1919

Identifier: 2010-034
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of twenty photographs ranging in dates from 1866 -1917. Seventeen of the photos were taken during World War I, mostly of U.S. and European soldiers in uniform. The WWI photographs were taken in England, France, and Russia. Two other photos were taken in 1866 and 1867 respectively, one is of a man in civilian clothing, the other is of a man in military uniform. Accompanying the picture of the soldier from 1867 are five military documents/correspondence ranging...
Dates: 1912 - 1919

Civil War Papers, 1861-1865

Identifier: MC-1970-45
Scope and Contents Among these papers, there is a photostatic copy of a communication from Gen. D. H. Cooper to Maj. S. P. Wilson, dated December 5, 1862, Scullyville. Some of the military matters deal with the "scattered Creeks" and Colonel Watie (Stand Watie?). Also listed are two letters dated June, 1863, between John J. Floyd, Judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia, and Thomas Jones, attorney for the mother of Tyre Harris, a conscript under eighteen who was being held captive against the law. Another item of...
Dates: 1861 - 1865

Confederate Cherokee Relations Papers, 1861-1864

Identifier: E99.C5-C667 1864
Content Description Four documents relating to the relationship between the Confederacy and the Cherokee Nation. The oldest dated 9 February 1861, Richmond, predates the Secession of Virginia. These papers are not in any order, and may just be transcriptions and translations of other documents. Articles 54 and 55 concern amnesty for Cherokees who committed crimes against the Confederacy. Authorizes payment to North Carolina Cherokees.
Dates: 1861-02-09 - 1864-08-16

Fred R. Taylor collection of Civil War history, 1885-1995

Identifier: 2015-005
Scope and Contents Civil War History Books. Massachusetts - Columbian Exhibition 1892-93.

Frontice piece with portrait of Levi Atwood (Chatham, MA) and frontice piece with protrait of Gustavus Atwood (cousin); each excised from unknown sources and found laid in the above volumes.
Dates: 1885 - 1895

Newspaper article, 1977-08-10

Identifier: 2006.012.1
Scope and Contents "Missouri Compromise line ends at Oklahoma. Boundary stone portent of Civil War." The Tulsa Tribune.
Dates: Publication: 1977-08-10

Sydney Lycurgus Daily Papers, 1865-1897

Identifier: 36
Scope and Contents One of these items is an autobiographical account of Sydney L. Daily's experiences during his enlistment and service. He was sixteen at the time of his enlistment and this account was written with little regard for punctuation, spelling or capitalization. In addition to the original manuscript, there is a typescript.Daily's discharge papers dated 1865 are included with this account as well as a Roster and History of the Fifth Iowa Infantry Volunteers 1897. It was with this group...
Dates: 1865 - 1897