United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Harper's Weekly, Vol. VII, No. 327. April 4, 1863. Cover has two etchings: "Break in the Mississippi Levee near the Canal at Vicksburg" and "Cutting Away the Dam at the Head of the Vicksburg Canal."
The collection includes:
Mississippi Southern College (now The University of Southern Mississippi) mechanical pencil, 1960.
Printed speech by Mississippi Governor Theodore G. Bilbo, 1931
Civil War orders.
Mississippi postmarked letters, 1840s.
U.S.S. Mississippi postal cancellation, 1933.
Other miscellaneous materials.
1. Four souvenir T-shirts emblazoned with campaign slogans.
3. Newspaper articles.
4. Olympic tickets.
5. Miscellaneous political materials.
6. Two Civil War bullets.
7. Final proof of "Latin America and the Caribbean in Transition", edited by Dr. Simmons and Robert P. Watson.
2. Political memorabilia.
3. Foreword written by former Mississippi Governor William Winter for Dr. Simmons' upcoming book about Confederate soldiers who emigrated to British Honduras after the Civil War.
Typescript of a letter from Captain John P. Worthing to his wife, dated March 12, 1863. The letter was written from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and discusses such topics as religion, finances, and Captain Worthing's brigade.
Original and photocopies of letters predominately between Mary E. and Andrew Burwell. A handful of letters are to Andrew’s family. Also in the collection are a photocopy of a lock of hair and poems.
Family letters, genealogy, and history of Clinton, Mississippi.
This collection contains articles, pamphlets, paper currency, newspapers, images and other materials pertaining to the Civil War and its Centennial celebration. The collection also contains a few items regarding the Battle of Yorktown, Virginia, during the Revolutionary War.
List of men present for duty, August 3, 1862 near Comite River northeast of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.