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Scope and Contents This document, written on March 8, 1864, at Columbus, Mississippi, reports the proceedings of a Board of Survey convened in front of the Confederate Army headquarters in Columbus. The purpose of the board was to assess the value of the horses belonging to the Brigadier General and his staff. Board members were Captain John P. Hampton, Captain Thomas E. Young, and First Lieutenant T. R. Evans, all of the 43rd Mississippi Infantry.According to this document, the board valued the horse...
Dates: March 8, 1864
Abstract List of men present for duty, August 3, 1862 near Comite River northeast of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Dates: August 3, 1862
Abstract One oversized customs form with the heading "Schedule of Free Goods introduced into the Confederate States of America."
Dates: May 18, 1861
Abstract Two journals and printed booklet relating to Confederate medical activities.
Dates: November 10, 1861-June 17, 1865
Scope and Contents This collection contains a single document, a customs form notarized by a local justice of the peace. The form originated on May 13, 1861, when whiskey was shipped via the Mississippi Central Railroad to J.P. Atkinson at Holly Springs, Mississippi. On May, 1861, the justice, J.R. Fariss, notarized the invoice and accompanying statement of J.P. Atkinson who declared that no other invoices existed, that the accounting on this invoice was accurate, and that he (Atkinson) would report any error, if...
Dates: May 13 and May 21, 1861