Guide to the General Frederick Steele Papers, 1845-1965 (inclusive), 1862-1868 (bulk)

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Guide to the General Frederick Steele Papers, 1845-1965 (inclusive), 1862-1868 (bulk)

Collection number: M0191

Department of Special Collections and University Archives

Stanford University Libraries

Stanford, California

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  • Department of Special Collections
  • Green Library
  • Stanford University Libraries
  • Stanford, CA 94305-6004
  • Phone: (650) 725-1022
  • Email: speccoll@sulmail.stanford.edu
  • URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
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Date Completed:
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Descriptive Summary

Title: General Frederick Steele Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1845-1965 (inclusive), 1862-1868 (bulk)
Collection number: Special Collections M0191
Creator: Steele, Frederick, 1819-1868.
Extent: 10.5 linear ft.
Repository: Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

None.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

Provenance

Gift of Mrs. Catherine B. Steele, 1968-1972.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item] General Frederick Steele Papers, M0191, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biography

1819, Jan. 14 Born at Delhi, Delaware Co., N.Y. Son of Nathanial S. and descendent of John S., a founder of Hartford, Conn.
1839 Appointed cadet at West Point.
1843, July 1 Graduated from West Point; commissioned 2nd lieutenant, 2nd infantry.
1846-47 Mexican War. In action at Ocalaca, Contreras, Churubusco, Molino del Rey and Chapultepec. Twice brevetted for gallant conduct (Contreras and Churubusco).
1848, June 6 1st lieutenant, 2nd infantry.
1848-53 Served in California.
1853-61 Served in Minnesota, Nebraska and Kansas.
1855, Feb. 5 Captain, 2nd Infantry.
1861, May 14 Major, 11th Infantry.
1861 + During 1st year of Civil War, commanded a brigade at Wilson's Creek and other operations in Missouri.
1861, Sept. 23 Colonel of 8th Iowa Infantry (Volunteers).
1862, Jan. 29 Brigadier General of Volunteers.
1862 Arkansas campaign. Division commander of Curtis' Army of the Southwest.
1862, Nov. 29 Major General of Volunteers.
1863 Division commander in XIII Army Corps in operations against Chickasaw Bluffs and Arkansas Post. (Jan. 11)
1863, May-July 4 Division commander in XV Army Corps (Sherman's) in Vicksburg campaign.
1863, Sept.-1864 In command of forces in Arkansas.
1863, Sep 10 Capture of Little Rock.
1864, Mar.-May Red River Campaign, capture of Camden, battle of Jenkin's Ferry.
1865, Jan.-July Canby's campaign against Mobile, in command of forces in Alabama east of Mobile Bay.
1865, July-Oct. Commanded Western District of Texas with headquarters at Brownsville on the Rio Grande.
1865, Nov.-1867 Dec. Commanded Department of the Columbia.
1867, March 1 Mustered out as Major General of Volunteers; promoted to Lt. Colonel in the regular army Aug. 26, 1863 and Colonel July 28, 1866.
1868, Jan. 12 Died in San Mateo, California.

Access Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Adams, Edward Payson, d.1897.
Andrews, Christoppher Columbus, 1892-1922.
Asboth, Alexander Sandor, 1811-1868.
Ballard, D. P.
Black, Charles, 1839-1915.
Blair, Francis Preston, 1791-1876.
Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg, 1817-1873.
Christensen, Christian Thomsen.
Cortina, Juan Nepomuceno.
Custer, George Armstrong, 1839-1876.
Davidson, John Wynn, 1824-1881.
Dennis, Elias Smith, 1812-1894.
Emery, Frederic William.
Escobedo, Mariano, 1826-1902.
Ferguson, Samuel B.
Haight, J. William.
Harte, Bret, 1836-1902.
Halleck, Henry Wager, 1815-1872.
Halsted, Richard F.
Hawkins, John Parker, 1830-1914.
Herron, Francis Jay, 1837-1902.
Humphrey, Otis Milton.
Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875.
Juarez, Benito, 1806-1872.
Kent, Richard A.
Lacey, John Fletcher, 1841-1913.
Lawler, Michael Kelly, 1814-1882.
Leâon, Francisco Marâia de, 1799-1871.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Lucas, Thomas John, 1826-1908.
Lyman, Joseph, 1840-1890.
McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885.
McEntee, Charles Stuart.
Manter, Frederick H.
Marcy, Randolph Barnes, 1812-1887.
Mejâia, Thomâas, 1812-1867.
Miller, Stephen, 1816-1881.
Monroe, George.
Murphy, Isaac Burns, 1861-
Ord, Edward Otho Cresap, 1818-1888.
Osterhaus, Peter Joseph, 1823-1917.
Reynolds, Joseph Jones, 1822-1899.
Rhoades, Lawrence.
Sawtelle, Charles Greene.
Schofield, John McAllister, 1831-1906.
Scott, Robert Nicholson, d.1887.
Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888.
Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891.
Spurling, Andrew Barday.
Stanton, Edwin McMasters, 1814-1869.
Steele, John Benedict, 1814-1866.
Storer, Newman W.
Totten, James, d.1871.
Townsend, Edward Davis, 1817-1893.
Warren, William Frederick.
Wheeler, Junius Brutus, d.1886.
Wilbur, George L.
Williams, George Henry, 1820-1910.
United States--Armed Forces--Afro-Americans.
Slavery--United States.
Afro-Americans.
United States--History--War with Mexico, 1845-1848.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns.
Indians of North America.
Texas.
Mexico.
Arkansas.
Oregon.

Additional Descriptive Material

Index

Note

Note : 3-15-[3-7] equals Box 3, folder 15, items 3 to 7
Adair, John (Sr.). 6-74-12.
Adair, John, Jr. 6-72-1 (m.), 5(m.); 6-74-12(m.)
Adams, Edward Payson (d. 1897). 4-45-33; 4-46-48; 4-47-19, 20, 33, 54; 4-49-31; 4-51-1; 4-52-18; 5-55-30.
Adams, Robert, Jr. 5-63-12b; 6-68-4, 11.
Adams Express Company, New Orleans. 3-37-6; 4-47-52, 53.
Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C. 2-29-20; 7 (vol.)- recipient. [SEE ALSO: Army, Headquarters of the - Adjutant General's Office; War Department - Adjutant General's Office.]
Alabama. 4-53-18, 19. [SEE ALSO: Cities (Mobile, etc.); District of West Florida and South Alabama.]
Alabama River - Landings. 6-71-10.
Alaska. 6-86-15. [SEE ALSO: District of Alaska.]
Allen, Henry W. 2-29-3 (printed).
Allen Robert. 6-85-10 (copy).
Ambros & Segura. 6-71-11, 12.
Ambulance Detachments, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. 7 (vol.)- recipient.
Andalousia, Alabama. 4-49-8.
Anderson, Mrs. _____. 1-10-36.
Anderson, Archer. 4-54-1 (copy).
Anderson, Thomas C. 1-8-19.
Andrews, Christopher Columbus (1829-1922). 2-17-6; 2-28-26; 2-29-15; 2-30-28; 2-31-5; 3-32-1, 24; 3-34-13; 3-35-28; 3-36-7 (m.); 3-38-1, 2, 19; 3-39-5, 17, 19, 24; 3-40-18, 39a (tel.); 4-45-31, 32, 35; 4-46-4, 7, 10, 27, 30, 31 (copy), 46 (copy), 47, [48-50 (copies)], 51, 53; 4-47-8 (copy), [17-20 (copies)], 29, 33 (copy), 34, 54 (copy); 4-48-1, 5, 31; 4-49-15, 23, 30, 31; 4-50-15; 4-52-7, 9; 4-53-33; 4-54-13; 5-55-14, 18, 27, 28; 5-57-1, 18, 19, 31, 33, 37; 5-58-15; 6-72-9, 10 (printed); 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Apreza, Manuel Reyes. 5-63-15.
Arkansas. 1-3-6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13; 1-4-2, 3; 1-5-7, 8, 9, 12; 1-6-[1-4]; 1-7-5, [8-12], 14; 1-8-6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19; 1-9-2, 3, [5-8], [11-14], [16-19], [22-25], [27-29]; 1-10-3, 5, 8, 11, 14, 34, [40-45]; 1-11-3, 4, 12, 16, 18, 24, 36, 37, 42 (map); 1-12-4, 8, 9, 14, 16; 1-13-1; 2-14-13; 2-15-15, 19, 22; 2-16-3, 8; 2-17-3; 2-18-12, 20, 24; 2-20-7, 18; 2-21-4, 14; 2-24-4, 14; 2-25-12, 15; 2-27-1, 14, 27, 2-30-25, 30, 31; 3-33-15, 33; 4-51-23; 4-52-40; 5-60-11; 6-71-5. [SEE ALSO: Cities (Little Rock, etc.); Department of Arkansas].
Arkansas. Department of SEE Department of Arkansas.
Armies of the United States, Headquarters (various). 1-11-19; 2-24-18; 4-44-18; 4-52-34 (m.).
Armstrong, I. S. 3-42-57.
Army, Headquarters of the - Adjutant General's Office. 6-71-4; 6-79-12. [SEE ALSO: Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C.; War Department-Adjutant General's Office].
Army and Division of West Mississippi. 4-46-1, 8, 17; 4-47-1, 9, 10, 21, 35, 55, 56; 4-48-[23-25], 32, 33; 4-49-[1-4]; 4-50-[3-6], [16-18]; 4-51-[2-4], 56, 57, 76, 77; 4-52-10, 11, 19, 20, [28-31], 36; 4-53-[1-3], 9, 10, 23, 24, [34-36], [47-49]; 4-54-2, 17, 18, [24-27]; 5-57-13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 34, 38; 5-58-2, 3, 8, 9, 12, 13, 19; 5-59-5, 31; 6-71-13.
Army Corps SEE 18th Army Corps; 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps; First (1st) Division, 13th Army Corps; 2nd Division, 7th Army Corps; 2nd Division, 16th Army Corps; 2nd Division, 13th Army Corps; 7th Army Corps; 16th Army Corps; 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps; 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps; 13th Army Corps.
Army of the Border. 2-31-16.
Army of the Rio Grande. 5-62-18, 25, 40, 44.
Army Navy Journal. 5-57-39.
Arnold, Isaac W. [Isaac Newton 1815-1884?]. 1-10-28.
Artillery. SEE 18th New York Independent Battery; 15th Massachusetts Battery; 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery-Battery H; 1st Light Battery Indiana Volunteers; 1st Michigan Light Artillery-Battery G; 1st Missouri Light Artillery; 4th Battery Light Artillery, Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers; 2nd Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery; 2nd Connecticut Light Battery; 17th Ohio Battery; 7th Massachusetts Battery Light Artillery; 21st New York Battery; 26th New York Battery.
Artillery, Chief of SEE Division of West Mississippi-Chief of Artillery.
Asboth, Alexander Sandor (1811-1868). 4-44-31; 4-45-20 (copy), 21, 30; 4-46-2, 32, 33; 4-47-22, 23, 27, 36; 4-48-26, 34; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Associated Alumni of the Pacific Coast. 6-79-13 (printed).
Astor, William Backhouse (1792-1875). 6-70-2 (printed).
Atkinson, George S. 3-38-43; 3-40-1; 3-41-18.
Ayres, E. D. 2-29-34; 3-33-1.
Atkinson, William. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Babbitt, Edwin Burr (d. 1881). [1-1-8?]; 6-75-7; 6-77-6.
Babcock, Orville Elias (1835-1884). 6-74-4 (tel.).
Bache, Alexander Dallas (1806-1867). 1-4-13.
Bacon, A. B. (District Attorney of Cameron County, Texas). 1-1-11
Badger, A. S. 4-47-37, 38.
Bailie, A. D. 3-37-1; 4-43-1.
Baker, J. L. 3-37-32, 43.
Balch, George Thatcher (d. 1894). 1-12-3 (stamp?); 2-26-11 (stamp).
Baldwin, Thomas. 3-30-19.
Baldwin, William Henry (d. 1898). 3-40-12.
Ballard, D. P. 3-40-2, 19, 28; 3-41-31; 3-42-1, 32, 33.
Ballard, D. W. (Governor of Oregon). 6-73-3.
Balli, _____. 6-71-14 (m.).
Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss (1816-1894). 1-12-8; 2-30-18 (m.).
Barber, L. E. 2-26-26.
Barber, Robert. 4-47-50.
Barnes, James. 3-40-20, 35; 3-42-31, 47; 4-43-14.
Barney, George A. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Barrancas, Florida. SEE District of West Florida.
Bartlett, Eliza M. 3-33-8.
Bates, Edward. 1-10-22.
[Baturoni], G. 6-71-14.
Baxter, G. W. 4-53-4.
Beach, G. B. 4-48-13.
Beattie, Adam. 3-36-36; 3-42-10; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Beaudry, R. H. 4-47-24.
Beauregard, Peter Gustavus Toutant (1818-1893). 4-53-50 (copy).
Bellegrove Mansion. 3-36-18 (m.); 3-37-7 (m.).
Bellows, Henry Whitney (1814-1882). 1-9-7b (copy).
Bench, Dennis. 6-73-3.
Bencham, Spencer C. (d. 1876). 2-28-12.
Benton, Thomas Hart, Jr. 2-14-3; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Berry, I. R. 2-29-34.
Bertram, Henry. 4-53-11 (tel.); 25 (tel.), [37-39 (tels.)].
Bertrand, C. P. 1-10-29; 2-15-9.
Bexter, E. 1-9-17a.
Bidwell, John (1819-1900). 6-72-1 (copy).
Big Creek, Arkansas-Skirmish. 2-22-1.
Binney, Mrs. Amos. 1-10-47.
Bishop, Daniel E. 3-35-7 (m.).
Black, James R. 7 (vol.)-recipient; [8 (Vol.)-recipient].
Black, [John] Charles (1839-1915). 3-35-14; 3-37-21, 23, 24; 3-38-23, 41; 3-39-1; 3-40-3; 3-41-1, 40, 41; 4-43-15, 29; 4-44-4; 5-57-40; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Black, William W. 3-40-9.
Blair, Francis (Frank) Preston, Jr. (1821-1875). 1-6-6.
Blakely, Alabama. 4-48-21; 4-51-6, 44, 83, 86, 90; 4-52-1, 2, 19, 20; 4-53-17; 4-54-25; 5-55-33; 7 (vol.)-(m.); 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Blakely, Alabama-Maps. 5-56-[1-5]. [SEE ALSO: Mobile, Alabama; Pensacola, Florida; Spanish Fort, Alabama].
Blakley, T. M. 3-34-36
Bliss, C. C. (Lt. Governor of Arkansas). 2-15-35; 3-33-1; 3-35-22; 5-65-2 (m.).
Board of Examiners of Commissaries of Subsistence-6th District, New Orleans. 5-55-8.
Boca Chica Pass, Texas. 5-62-21, 22 (map); 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Boise, Idaho. SEE District of Boise; Fort Boise, Idaho.
Bolton, Mississippi-Map. 6-88-1.
Bowers, Theodore S. (d. 1866). 1-7-13; 1-8-2; 4-44-18.
Bowsman, Thomas J. 5-64-25.
Boyd, S. H. 1-9-21.
Boyle, William. 4-46-25; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Bozman, R. M. 5-66-3, 4, 21.
Breck, [Samuel]. 1-9-4.
[Bredinburgh], John S. 3-32-1.
Brenham, C. J. 6-72-5.
Brewster & Co., New York. 6-71-[1-3].
Brooke, Lloyd. 6-75-10.
Brooks, Ben H. 6-72-2a, 3; [6-88-2?].
Brown, Alfred. 2-28-16a.
Brown, Egbert Benson (1816-1902). 5-61-26, 30 (m.); 5-62-7; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Brown, Joseph H. 2-28-27.
Brown, M. C. 3-35-12.
Brownsville, Texas. 5-61-22; 5-63-10; 5-64-15; 6-69-1; 7 (vol.).-(m.).
Brownsville, Texas-Junta Patriotica Mejicana. 6-69-7.
Bruce, Mrs. M. E. 2-26-20.
Buchanan, [M.?]. 3-32-10.
Buckland, Ralph Pomeroy (1812-1892). 1-10-14.
Buell, Don Carlos (1818-1898). 1-1-6/
Buford, Napoleon Bonaparte (1807-1883). 1-11-5 (m.).
Bullock, W. F. Jr. 5-55-9.
Burbridge, Stephen Gano (1831-1894). 2-20-10.
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. 5-58-25 (m.); 5-59-3. [SEE ALSO: War Department-Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands].
Burke, F. N. 2-31-10 (printed.).
Burnham, Arthur Hubert (d. 1877). 4-50-19.
Burr, E. T. 2-26-14.
Busey, Samuel Thompson (1835-1909). 4-45-31, 32; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Bushwiler, Aaron. 6-86-3, 4 (copy), 5, 6 (copy).
Butler, James A. 3-32-23; 3-35-22.
Cabella, J. Maria. 5-59-27.
Caldwell, W. S. 6-84-1, 2(Copy), 5, 6 (copy).
Caldwell Expedition. 3-32-18.
California SEE Department of California.
Camden, Arkansas. 1-11-36, 37; 2-19-18.
Camden, Arkansas-Campaign. 1-12-9, 16; 1-13-11, 12, 20.
Cameron, Simon. 1-1-16 (photocopy).
Cameron County, Texas. 1-1-11.
Camp C. F. Smith, Oregon. 6-80-6.
Camp Steele, San Juan Island, Washington. 6-83-3.
Camp Warner, Oregon. 6-79-11.
Campbell, B. H. 2-17-7; 2-30-4.
Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg (1817-1873). 2-29-11 (tel.), 17, 21 (tel.); 2-30-7 (copy); 3-32-7 (copy), 11 (copy); 4-49-16; 4-50-20 (tel.), 21 (tel.); 4-51-58 (tel.), 59 (tel.), 78 (tel.); 5-55-31 (tel.); 5-57-24 (tel.); 5-59-32 (tel.); 5-60-1; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Carper, [Leo?]. 2-18-2, 13; 2-21-11.
Carr, Byron Oscar. 1-11-39; 1-12-12; 2-17-2; 2-23-15; 2-30-2, 14.
Case, Loyal. 1-11-28; 3-34-19.
Cavalry. SEE 1st Louisiana Cavalry; 1st Regiment Florida Cavalry; 2nd Battalion Nebraska Cavalry; 2nd Illinois Cavalry; 2nd Regiment Main Veteran Volunteer Cavalry; 2nd Veteran New York Cavalry Volunteers; Separate Cavalry Brigade-Barrancas, Florida; 3rd Iowa Cavalry; 3rd Michigan Cavalry; 13th Illinois Cavalry Volunteers.
Cavalry, Chief of SEE Division of West Mississippi-Chief of Cavalry.
Chalfin, Samuel Fletcher (d. 1891). 2-29-20.
Chancellorsville, Virginia, Battles of. 1-4-7 (map); 2-26-28. [SEE ALSO: Suffolk-Chancellorsville].
Chandler, J. L. 1-12-5, 6, 7, 23, 24, 25; 2-30-25, 30, 31.
Chandler, W. 2-21-34.
Chapman, Edmund Drake (d. 1894). 2-25-17 (copy).
Cheney, A. O. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Christensen, Christian Thomsen. 1-9-1; 2-15-17; 2-28-[17-19], 20; 2-29-17; 2-30-22; 3-34-32 (copy); 3-36-9, [12-16], 19, [27-29], 35, 37, 38; 3-37-2, 3, 13, 21, 25, 33, 38, 39, 44, 45; 3-38-[4-6], 13, [25-27], 31, [36-38]; 3-39-2, 8, 9, [12-14], 16, [20-22], [28-30], [32-34], 37, 38; 3-40-13; 3-41-11, 12, 19, 20, [32-35]; 3-42-12; 4-43-2, 3, 16, 17; 4-44-10; 4-45-13, 28; 4-46-9, 34; 4-47-11, 14; 4-50-[9-11], 13, 22 (tel.); 4-51-5, [13-19 (tels.)], [31-36 (tels.)], 37, [60-61 (tels.)], [79-81 (tels.)], 91; 4-52-[1-3], [11-13], 15, 21, 26, 32, 36, 39; 4-53-7, 12, 13, 14 (tel.), 18, [40-44 (tels.)], 51 (tel.); 4-54-3; 5-60-10; 6-71-8, 13, 15 (tel.); 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Chroniger, C. B. 5-65-13; 5-66-18; 5-67-[18-20]; 6-68-9.
Chrysler, Morgan Henry (1822-1890). 4-47-49; 5-57-28; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Clark, Charles E. - Court Martial of. 2-27-22 (m.).
Clark, George Washington (d. 1898). 3-39-5; 3-40-39b; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Clark, William Thomas (183101905). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Clarke, P. J. (Catholic priest, Pine Bluff, Arkansas). 2-31-6.
Clarke, William Hyde. 2-28-[17-19]
Claveron, D. W. [Toribio?]. 6-71-14 (m.).
Clayton, Powell (1833-1914). 2-21-1 (m.); 3-32-20; 3-34-32.
Clinton, DeWitt (d 1873). 2-19-1; [2-30-26?].
Coates, James Henry. 3-38-42; 4-44-5; 6-71-16.
Cockrell, Francis Marion (1834-1915). 4-51-88 (copy).
Coleman, W. P. 3-36-18; 3-37-7.
Coles, Charles. 6-88-13a (printed).
Colored Regiments, etc. SEE Corps d'Afrique; 82nd U. S. Colored Infantry; 86th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry; 11th U. S. Colored Brigade; 50th U. S. Cologed Infantry; 1st Division U. S. Colored Troops; 47th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry; 76th U. S. Colored Infantry; 25th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry.
Columbia SEE Department of the Columbia.
Commissaries of Subsistence. SEE Board of Examiners of Commissaries of Subsistence.
Conduct of the War, U. S. Senate Committee on the 5-59-18a.
Connecticut Regiments, etc. SEE 2nd Connecticut Light Battery.
Cooke, Phillip St. George (1809-1895). 2-22-11.
Coolidge, Mary Eva. 2-31-10 (printed).
Corbett, Henry Winslow (1827-1903). 6-80-3.
Corps d'Afrique. 2-19-15; 2-20-23; 2-21-22.
Cortina, Juan Nepomuceno. 5-61-26 (m.); 5-62-19 (m.), 38 (m.); 5-63-4 (m.), 9 (m.), 10 (m.), 16, 17, 21 (m.), 22 (m.); 5-64-1, 2, 10 (m.), 11 (m.); 5-67-11, 12; 6-68-1, 16 (m.); 6-71-23 (m.); 7 (vol.)-(m.), recipient.
Cotton Creek, Florida. 4-49-7.
Crandell, Theo [R. or K.?]. 3-39-5; 3-40-39b.
Crawford, James. 6-84-1, 2 (copy).
Crebs, John Montgomery (1830-1890). 2-30-21.
Crittenden, Thomas Theodore (1832-1909). 1-8-14.
Crook, George (1828-1890). 6-80-6; 6-82-5 (m.); 6-84-15 (m.).
Crosby, J. Schuyler. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Crowell, Nathaniel Savage. 1-1-7.
Crowl, E. W. 2-26-26.
Crowl, W. C. 3-32-23.
Cullum, George Washington (1809-1892). 1-1-5 (printed); 1-2-5; 3-36-2.
Cunningham, C. H. 5-60-2.
Curtis, Elijah P. 3-40-37.
Curtis, Henry Z. (d. 1863). 1-3-12 (copy).
Curtis, Robert Galpin. 4-49-18.
Curtis, Samuel Ryan (1805-1866). 1-3-7.
Custer, George Armstrong (1839-1876). 5-62-42 (m.); 6-75-2 (m.).
Danovan, Thomas. 2-31-17.
Davidson, Delozier. 4-44-21 (m.).
Davidson, John Wynn (1824-1881). 1-7-15; 1-9-20 (m.), 21 (m.); 1-10-1; 1-12-[5-7], [23-25] (m.)] 2-15-36 (m.); 2-21-16 (m.); 2-29-1; 6-88-2 (m.), 6 (m.).
Davis, Jefferson (1808-1889). 5-57-1 (m.).
Davis, Levi. 3-37-8, 34.
Day, John [H.]. 4-52-37.
Defences of New Orleans. 3-40-21, 29; 3-42-2; 3-42-2, 22, 34, 48; 4-43-18.
Dethart, E. I. 6-75-10.
Deitzler, George Washington. (1826-1884) 2-15-29.
De Leon, F. SEE Leon, Francisco de
Denicke, C. M. 5-55-32.
Denison, J. M. 3-35-12.
Dennis, Elias Smith (1812-1894). 3-36-24; 3-37-[9-12]; 3-38-34, 42; 3-40-30; 4-44-20b; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Department of Arkansas. 1-9-23; 1-10-3, 6, 12, 24, 25, 27, 32; 1-11-3, 8, 9, 15, 17, 30, 31; 1-12-1, 13, 15, 19, 21; 1-13-9, 10; 2-14-1, [10-12]; 2-15-1, 4, 8, 10, 11, 13, 16, 20, 21, 27; 2-16-1, 4, 9, 13; 2-17-4, 10, 11, 14; 2-18-1, 5, 15, 22; 2-19-9, 11, 17; 2-20-6, 11, 12, 15, [28-31]; 2-21-7, 18, 27; 2-22-7; 2-23-1, 9, 2-23-20, 22, 23; 2-24-1, 9, 17; 2-26-4, 23, 24; 2-28-4, [17-19 (m.)]; 2-29-18; 2-30-12, 15; 2-31-1, 9, 11, 18, 23; 3-32-2, 3, 12, 14; 3033-31; 3-34-1, 9, 14, 24; 3-35-21; 3-36-1.
Department of Arkansas-Office, Provost Marshall General. 1-10-15.
Department of California. 6-75-4.
Department of Louisiana. 5-64-7. [SEE ALSO: Louisiana].
Department of Mississippi. 3-42-3.
Department of Texas SEE 1st Provisional District, Department of Texas.
Department of the Columbia. 6-68-5 (m.); 6-72-7, 8; 6-73-5, 6 (m.), 11; 6-74-1, 5, 10, 14; 6-75-[7-9]; 6-76-1, 3, 4, 8, 9; 6-77-1, 2; 6-78-3, [6-13]; 6-79-1, 2, 5, [7-10], 14, 15; 6-80-1, 4, 9, 10; 6-81-1, 6; 6-82-1, 4, 6, 10; 6-83-[1-3], 7; 6-85-1, 5, 7, 9; 6-86-1, 2, 7, 9, 10 (m.), 11a, 12, 13.
Department of the Gulf. 1-10-46 (map); 2-19-15 (m.); 3-37-35, 36; 3-38-3; 5-61-28.
Department of the Gulf-Office, Chief Signal Officer. 4-45-33.
Department of the West-St. Louis, Missouri. 1-1-6.
DeValls Bluff, Arkansas. 1-5-9; 1-11-10 (map); 2-28-26; 2-29-15; 2-30-28; 2-31-24, 25; 3-34-13.
Dexter, John Bangs (d.1883). 4-46-24.
Dicken, J. L. 1-3-12 (copy); 3-41-3.
District of Alaska. 6-86-10. [SEE ALSO: Alaska].
District of Boise. 6-77-4. [SEE ALSO; Fort Boise, Idaho].
District of Eastern Arkansas. 2-21-34.
District of Texas. 5-61-29; 5-62-[3-5], 14, 37.
District of West Florida (Barrancas). 3-39-26, 27, 36; 3-41-21; 3-42-4, 23, 49; 4-43-35, 37, 41; 4-44-1, 9, 16, 31, 32; 4-46-35, 36; 4-47-23; 4-48-2, 35, 36.
District of West Florida and South Alabama (Ft. Gaines). 4-44-19, 22, [27-29]; 4-45-8; 4-46-19, 20; 4-47-25, 26. [SEE ALSO: Alabama].
Divicione Mejia-Parque de Artilleria. 5-59-27.
Division Mejia, La. 5-65-11.
Division of Mississippi-Raleigh, North Carolina. 5-55-10.
Division of the Gulf. 5-62-41; 5-63-12b; 6-68-4, 11.
Division of the Mississippi, Military. 1-7-2, 4, 13; 1-8-2, 3, 7, 11; 1-10-4, 7, 10, 17, 33, 37; 1-11-22, 23, 35, 38; 1-12-2, 10-11, 18, 22; 2-18-2, 13; 2-21-11; 2-23-11; 2-24-7, 12, 19; 2-30-20, 21.
Division of West Mississippi, Military. 2-15-5, 14, 17, [23-25], 28, 31, 32, 35; 2-16-7, 10, 14; 2-17-1; 2-18-3, 4, [6-8], [16-18], 23; 2-19-2, 7, 12, 15; 2-20-1, 9, 13, 16, 19, 23, 32; 2-21-2, 3, 8, 9, 12, 19, 20, 22, 28, 32; 2-22-4, 8; 2-23-4, 8, 10, 17, 18, 26; 2-24-2, 6, 13, 20, 24, 25; 2-25-6, 9, 18; 2-26-5, 12, 13, 15, 27; 2-27-17, 21, 22; 2-28-5, 6, 21, 22; 2-29-[2-6], 9, 12, 16, 28; 2-30-23; 2-31-2, 3, 7; 3-32-15, 21, 25; 3-33-3, 14, 18, 20, 25, 26; 3-34-2, 15, 16, [20-22], [25-28], 30, 31, [33-35], 38, 39; 3-35-1, 7, 18; 3-36-3, 4, 11, 12, 15, 16, 19, [25-29], 37, 38; 3-37-2, 3, 13, 25, [37-39], 44, 45; 3-38-[4-6], 14, [24-27], [35-38]; 3-39-2, [6-9], 21, 22, 28, 29, [31-34], 37, 38; 3-40-4, [14-17], 22, 31, 32; 3-41-4, 13, [22-24], [36-39]; 3-42-[5-7], [13-15], 24, 25, [35-39], [50-52]; 4-43-[4-7], 19, [23-26], 34, [42-44]; 4-44-2, [10-12], 20a, [23-25], 33, 34; 4-45-[1-3], 16, 17, 22, 23, 28; 5-58-27; 5-59-6 (m.), 21, 28, 39; 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Division of West Mississippi, Military-Office Chief of Cavalry. 2-18-14; 2-19-10; 2-20-5, 14; 2-27-12.
Division of West Mississippi, Military-Office of Assistant Inspector General. 2-20-4; 2-21-29; 2-26-16; 3-36-5, 39.
Division of West Mississippi, Military-Office of the Chief of Artillery. 2-31-4.
Division of West Mississippi, Military-Office of the Chief of Artillery and Ordnance. 3-32-22; 3-33-32; 3-36-17; 3-40-5.
Dolan, M. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Doty, W. D. 4-47-49.
Drake, Francis Marion. 1-12-17.
Drew, Charles Wilson (d. 1903). 4-46-6, 37; 4-47-47.
D[rune?], R. C. 6-72-6.
Dug Springs, Missouri-Battle. 1-1-14.
Dunham, Robert Taylor. 1-12-8; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Dunlap, J. G. 1-9-1.
DuValls Bluff, Arkansas SEE DeValls Bluff, Arkansas.
Dyer, A. B. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Dyer, Clarence Hopkins (d. 1894). 5-58-27; 5-59-21,28.
Dyer, George Randolph (d. 1895). 1-2-9.
Ealo, Nicblas de. 5-64-9a, 9b.
Eaton, Stephen Mm 4-47-12; 4-51-6, 38, [62-64 (tels.)]; 5-55-33.
Eckerson, Theodore John. 6-77-5 (copy).
Eckert, Thomas Thompson. 5-65-2.
Edwards Depot, Mississippi. 6-88-1.
Eggleston, Charles H. 3-40-37.
18th Army Corps. 2-19-16.
18th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery. 4-52-4; 4-53-55 (m.); 4-54-4; 5-55-22; 5-57-2.
8th Iowa Infantry. 6-70-1.
8th Regiment, Illinois Veteran Volunteers. 3-36-40.
82nd U. S. Colored Infantry. 3-38-16.
86th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry. 3-38-28.
83rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 3-36-27 (m.); 3-39-23; 3-40-12 (m.), 13 (m.).
11th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. 6-71-16.
11th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 1-13-2.
11th U. S. Colored Brigade. 2-18-26.
11th U. S. Infantry-Regimental Band. 1-3-11.
Emery, Frederic William. 2-19-10; 3-36-23; 4-44-19, 22, [27-29]; 4-45-6, 8, 14; 4-46-13, [18-20], 22, 40; 4-47-4, 25, 26, 30, 31; 4-54-23; 5-59-7, [35-37], 43; 5-60-3, 12, [14-16], 18, 21, 22, 31, 32; 5-61-1, 2, 20, 24, 29; 5-62-[3-5], 6, 9, 14, 35, 37; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Engelmann, Adolph. 1-13-8, 16.
Enochs, I. V. 4-51-88 (copy).
Escobedo, Mariano (1827-1902). 5-64-15 (m.); 6-68-16 (m.); 6-69-2a, 2b, 4, 5; 6-71-23 (m.).
Ewing, Thomas, Jr. (1829-1896). 2-15-18; 2-17-13.
Fairman, Gallio. 5-55-5.
Farrington, Seth C. 2-30-7; 3-32-19.
Ferguson, Samuel B. 4-43-36; 4-44-3, 7, 34; 4-46-23; 4-47-27, 39; 4-48-2; 4-49-19; 4-52-6, 22; 4-54-5; 5-55-24; 5-57-3; 5-58-14; 5-59-11.
50th U. S. Colored Infantry. 4-45-9.
15th Massachusetts Battery. 3-36-30; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
1st Brigade, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. 3-38-39; 3-40-40; 3-41-14, 19 (m.). [SEE ALSO: Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi.].
1st Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi-Ambulance Officer. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps. 1-13-3.
1st Division, 13th Army Corps. 4-49-18.
1st Division, U. S. Colored Troops. 4-43-36; 4-44-3, 7; 4-45-24, 34; 4-46-21, 23, 39; 4-47-27, 39; 4-48-2, 14; 4-49-19, 33; 4-50-1; 4-52-6, 14, 22; 4-54-5; 5-55-17, 23, 24; 5-57-3; 5-58-14; 5-59-11; 6-71-17.
1st Indiana Heavy Artillery-Battery H. 4-51-65, 82; 4-52-5, 41.
1st Light Battery Indiana Volunteers. 6-71-18.
1st Louisiana Cavalry. 4-47-38.
1st Michigan Light Artillery-Battery G. 4-52-38; 4-53-52; 4-54-6, 7.
1st Missouri Light Artillery. 5-58-20 (m.).
1st Provisional Division, Department of Texas. 5-64-12, 13. [SEE ALSO: Department of Texas].
1st Regiment, Florida Cavalry. 3-38-17; 4-47-43, 44; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Fishback, W. W. 1-12-4; 1-13-4; 2-18-24; 3-33-1.
Florida SEE District of West Florida; District of West Florida and South Alabama.
Florida Regiments, etc. SEE 1st Florida Cavalry.
Forman, J. G. 1-3-12 (copy?); 1-4-2 (m.), 3a (m.), 3b (m.).
Forsyth, George Alexander. 5-67-8.
Fort Boise, Idaho. 6-73-8; 6-75-6; 6-77-5; 6-78-1. [SEE ALSO: District of Boise].
Fort Gaines, Florida. SEE District of West Florida and South Alabama.
Fort Pickens, Florida SEE Pensacola Department.
Fort Smith, Arkansas. 1-10-45; 2-18-26; 2-27-6; 2-28-14; 2-29-10; 2-30-8; 3-33-9, 10, 27; 3-34-17, 32.
48th Ohio Veteran Infantry Volunteer Battalion. 5-65-9, 10; 5-66-11; 5-67-16, 17; 6-68-6.
47th Regiment Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry. 6-71-19a, 19b.
47th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry. 4-44-35.
46th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers, 5-66-14, 15.
43rd Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers. 3-36-32.
43rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. 1-13-7.
Foster, Benjamin Browne. 3-37-49 (printed).
4th Battery Light Artillery, Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers. 3-36-31; 5-65-7, 8; 5-67-1; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
4th Brigade, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. 3-35-12; 3-36-1 (m.); 4-44-4; 7 (vol.)-recipient. [SEE ALSO: Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi].
4th Brigade Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi-Board of Survey. 3-41-40, 41.
4th Brigade, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi-Office, Senior Surgeon. 3-37-40.
Frank, Samuel. 4-51-91 (copy).
Fredberg, Alfred (d. 1873). 2-24-20; 2-26-12; 2-31-4; 3-33-32; 3-39-40; 3-41-43; 4-46-17; 4-47-1, 9, 55, 56; 4-48-[23-25], 32; 4-49-[1-4]; 4-50-[3-5], [16-18]; 4-51-2, 4, 56, 57, 76, 77, 83 (tel.); 4-52-19, 28, 30; 4-53-2, 3, 23, 24, [34-36], [47-49], 53; 4-54-2, 18, 26, 27; 5-57-18, 14, 27, 34; 5-58-2, 3, 8, 9, 12, 13, 19, 20; 5-59-5, 19 (copy), 31.
Freedmen. 2-23-13; 3-34-8; 3-35-5; 3-41-4; 4-53-48; 5-58-25; 5-62-39.
Fremont, John Charles (1813-1890). 1-1-15 (m.).
French, J. G. 5-62-1.
French, William Henry (1815-1881). 6-78-5.
French Forces-Mexico. 5-61-17; 5-62-10, 19; 5-66-16; 5-67-9. [SEE ALSO: Mexico].
Fry, James Barnet (1827-1894). 6-77-4 (copy); 6-78-1 (copy); 6-81-2 (copy); [3-5 (copies)]; 6-82-8 (copy); 6-84-[3-4 (copies)], 12 (copy), [14-15 (copies)]; 6-85-[2-4 (copies)].
Fuess, Joseph. 6-88-13a (printed).
Fuller, William Greenleif. 4-51-20.
Fulton, Joseph F. 5-62-21, 22 (map).
Furness, William E. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Galen, Charles F. (notary). 1-3-5.
Gantt, E. W. 1-9-3, 22 (m.).
Garcia, G. 6-69-7.
Garrard, Kenner (1827?-1879). 4-51-84; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Gates, Elijah. 4-51-88 (copy).
Geary, Edward R. 6-73-3.
Geddes, J. L. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
George, S. 2-15-9.
Gibbs, Addison C. (Governor of Oregon). 6-72-16; 6-73-1.
Gibson, A. (U.S. Navy). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Glasgow, Samuel Lyle. 3-37-19; 4-43-8; 4-53-26 (tel.); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Glover, J[ohn] M[ontgomery] (1822-91). 6-88-3.
Goldsmith, B. 6-84-5, 6 (copy).
Good, John. 1-9-17a.
[Gooding, Oliver Paul]. 3-41-31.
Goodwin, Benjamin F. 6-83-11 (copy), 13, 14 (copy).
Granger, Gordon (1822-1876). 4-45-10; 5-61-17, 21.
Grant, Ulysses Simpson (1822-1885). 1-3-10 (m.); 1-5-14; 1-7-2 (m.); 1-11-19 (m.); 5-59-16, 19 (copy); 6-69-9 (m.); 6-75-3 (m.); 6-82-3.
Grant Reception, New York. 6-70- 2, 3, 4 (all printed).
Gray, John F. Schiller. 2-15-25, 28; 2-23-10.
Gray's Bridge, Arkansas. 1-11-11 (map).
Green, Eli W. 5-66-4, 12.
Green, Harriet F. 2-21-13.
Green, [Lou] B. 2-14-7.
Green, William D. 1-10-48; 1-11-14; 2-15-15, 22; 2-17-8; 2-18-20; 2-20-7, 18; 2-21-6, 10, 16; 2-22-1; 2-23-2, 9, 19; 2-24-4, 14; 2-25-11, 12, 15, 20; 2-26-2, 6, 7, 18, 19, 22; 2-27-6, 10, 14, 18, 19; 2-28-7, 9, 25; 2-29-10, 25; 2-30-8, 12, 15, 16, 27; 2-31-8, 22, 25, 30; 3-32-5; 3-33-10, 11, 19; 3-34-14 (stamp?), 32; 3-36-1.
Grierson, Benjamin Henry (1826-1911). 4-53-5, 15, 16, 27; 5-58-4.
Grimes, James Wilson (1816-1872). 2-25-10.
Guerillas. 2-25-18; 5-58-23.
Guerillas of Juarez. 5-63-2.
Gulf [of Mexico] SEE Department of the Gulf; Division of the Gulf.
Guthrie, M. 1-10-26.
Hadley, Julius L. 2-15-12.
Haight, J. William, Jr. 3-36-20; 3-38-16, 17, 28; 3-39-23; 4-44-35; 4-45-4, 9, 11, 12, 15; 4-46-35.
Haines, _. L. 2-17-12.
Haines Bluff, Mississippi. 1-4-11 (map).
Hains, Peter Conover. 3-41-25.
Hall, J. Harrison. 6-86-11b, 11c.
Hall, Mrs. J. Harrison. 6-86-11b, 11c.
Halleck, Henry Wager (1815-1872). 1-2-8 (tel.); 1-3-13; 6-71-8 (copy); 6-72-13 (copy); 6-73-8 (copy); 6-74-4 (m.); 6-88-4.
Halsted, Richard F. 5-59-14, 18, 33; 5-61-27; 5-62-11, 17, 36, 43; 5-63-20; 5-64-4, 7; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Hancock, B. 3-41-15.
Hanson, Thomas H. (notary). 1-1-4.
Hargrove, A. [N:?]. 2-29-34.
Harmony, D. B. 4-54-19.
Harms, Charles. 6-88-13a (printed).
Harper, C. A. 3-33-1; 3-35-22;
Harris, Lewis K. 5-55-18.
Harris, S. B. (deputy recorder). 1-3-5.
Harris, Thomas Harvey (d. 1896). 1-7-2, 4.
Harrison, James. 1-9-19; 1-10-30.
Harte, Francis Brett (Bret) (1836-1902). 6-79-13 (m.).
Hartmann, Theo[bald]. 2-27-9.
Haskell, L. T. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Hatch, W. S. 3-39-10.
Hawkins, John Parker (1830-1914). 3-39-16; 4-45-18 (copy), 24; 4-46-6, 21, 23, 38, 39; 4-48-2, 14, 28; 4-49-6, 19, 32a; 4-50-1; 4-51-7, 9, 66, 85, 86; 4-52-6, 14, 22; 4-54-5, 20; 5-55-15, 17, 23, 24; 5-58-14; 5-59-10, 11, 17; 5-62-24; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Hawthorne Theatricals, [Portland, Oregon?]. 6-79-3, 4a, 4b (all printed).
Hayden, M. M. 2-27-13.
Hayward, A. 6079-6.
Hazard, W. P. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
[Hazen?], G. M. 4-54-21.
Headington, Nimrod. 5-64-25; 6-71-24.
Headington, William. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Helena, Arkansas. 2-22-5; 2-23-2.
Helena, Arkansas- The Western Clarion SEE Western Clarion, The
Henry, Charles A. 2-16-11, 15; 2-19-18; 2-21-4, 5; 2-23-15; 2-24-17; 2-25-17, 19; 2-26-1.
Henry, James A. 2-15-9.
Henry, James H. B. 3-38-43.
Herron, Francis Jay (1837-1902). 2-29-19, 23, 24, 29, [30-32]; 2-30-1, 2; 2-31-12; 6-69-8.
Heuston, H. M. 6-72-4.
Heydenfeldt, Solomon. 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
High, W. R. 4-46-5.
Hitch, E. O. 4-48-3, 4, 15, 29, 37; 4-49-[24-26]; 4-51-39.
Hitchcock, F. L. 4-47-13.
Hodges, Henry Clay. 6-76-6, 7.
Hoffman, Wickham. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Hood, W. N. 1-8-16.
Horne, J. 1-3-12.
Hotchkiss, Walter S. 3-40-37; 3-42-16; 6-71-21; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Hough, John (d. 1891). 4-51-22; 5-57-5, 41.
House, W.T. 6-71-20b.
Houston, L. B. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Houston, William E. 3-41-40, 41.
Hovey, Charles Edward (1827-1897). 1-5-1; 1-8-12b.
Howard, Enoch. 1-11-20; 27 (m.), 28 (m.).
Howe, Anne Cordelia Steele (Mrs. James H.). 6-87-2d (copy).
Howe, Emma. 5-61-23.
Hubbard, Edward Buckley. 2-15-12, 26; 2-28-24.
Hubble, Alex. C. 3-32-8.
Hudson, Edward McKeever. 6-71-9.
Hughston, Joe A. (nephew of F. Steele). 2-30-17.
Humphrey, Otis Milton. 3-37-5, 8, 40, 46, 47; 3-38-10, 11, 18, 20, 48; 3-39-11, 25, 43, 44; 3-40-2, 10, 26; 3-41-16, 17, 26, 30; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Hunt, William, Jr. 3-40-5; 4-53-55.
Hunter, David (1st Lt., 35th Wisconsin Volunteers). 5-64-19, 20.
Huntly, John J. 3-38-39; 3-40-40; 5-65-13.
Hurlbut, Stephen Augustus (1815-1882). 1-9-15.
Hyslop, Robert H. 2-16-3.
Idaho. 6-76-16. [SEE ALSO: cities in Idaho].
Illinois Regiments, etc. SEE 8th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteers; 11th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; 46th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers; 43rd Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers; 99th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers; 97th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; 13th Illinois Cavalry Volunteers; 37th Illinois Infantry; 37th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 28th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers; 29th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers.
Indian Affairs. 4-46-52.
Indiana Regiments, etc. SEE 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery; 1st Light Battery Indiana Volunteers; 47th Regiment Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 43rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry; 69th Battalion Indiana Infantry Volunteers; 34th Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 24th Battalion Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 24th Indiana Volunteers.
Indians. 6-72-13; 6-73-11; 6-77-2; 6-80-6; 6-85-8.
Indians-Reservation. 6-79-11.
Indians-Trade and supply. 1-12-20; 2-25-2.
Infantry. SEE 8th Iowa; 8th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteers; 82nd U. S. Colored Infantry; 86th Regiment U. S. Colored; 83rd Regiment Ohio Volunteers; 11th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; 11th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry; 11th U. S. Infantry; [11th U. S. Colored Brigade?]; 50th U. S. Colored; 1st Brigade, Reserve Coprs, Military Division of West Mississippi; 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps; 48th Ohio Veteran Infantry Volunteer Battalion; 47th Regiment Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 47th Regiment U. S. Colored; 46th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers; 43rd Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers; 43rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry; 97th Illinois Volunteer Infantry; 114th Regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers; 77th Ohio Volunteer Infantry; 76th U. S. Colored Infantry; 69th Battalion Indiana Infantry Volunteers; 3rd U. S.; 30th Missouri Volunteer Infantry; 35th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers; 31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry; 34th Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 37th Illinois; 37th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 36th Iowa Infantry; 20th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry; 28th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers; 25th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry; 24th Battalion Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry; 29th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers; 23rd Iowa Infantry Volunteers.
Ingalls, Rufus (1818-1893). 6-74-9a; 6-75-3; 6-86-14; 6-87-1 (m.).
Ingesoll, Orten. 4-43-10; 4-44-5.
Inspector General, Assistant. SEE Division of West Mississippi-Assistant Inspector General.
Iowa. 6-70-1.
Iowa Regiments, etc. SEE 8th Iowa Infantry; 3rd Iowa Cavalry; 36th Iowa Infantry; 20th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry; 23rd Iowa Infantry Volunteers.
Irwin, Bernard John Dowling. 2-30-3.
Jack-Knife Delineations. 6-88-5 (printed broadside).
Jacks, T. M. (Arkansas Congressman). 2-25-1 (printed).
Jackson, Amos Messer. 4-47-14; 4-52-15 (copy).
Jackson, Richard Henry (1830-1892). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Jackson, Mississippi. 1-4-9 (map), 10 (map).
Jacoby, Lawrence. 3-40-6; 6-71-18; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
James, T. A. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Jenkins, George N. 3-38-29, 30.
Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas, Battle of. 1-13-11, 12, 16, 17; 2-14-5; 2-16-15; 2-25-8.
Jennings, Orville. 6-73-10.
Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875). 4-53-22 (m.); 6-68-8 (m.), 15 (m.), 16 (m.).
Johnson, G. M. L. (13th Indiana Cavalry). 6-88-6.
Johnson, J. M. 1-10-13.
Johnston, Joseph Eggleston (1807-1891). 4-54-21 (copy); 5-55-25 (copy).
Jones, _____ (Capt., Quarter Master, 1st Brigade, 1st Division). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Jones, C. C. 5-55-14.
Jones, John J. 3-36-32; 5-66-[13-15].
Jordan, C. F. 2-29-34.
Jost, Fred. 4-47-43, 44.
Juarez, Benito Pablo (1806-1872). 4-53-6 (m); 5-63-10 (m.), 12 (m.); 6-68-16 (m.); 6-71-23 (m.); 7 (vol.) (m.).
Junta Patriotica Mejicana SEE Brownsville, Texas-Junta Patriotica Mejicana.
Keily, Daniel J. 2-29-9.
Kelly, Frank V. 4-47-38.
Kelly, John Henry (d. 1881). 3-38-19; 3-39-17; 4-44-36; 4-45-5;
Kelton, John Cunningham. (d. 1893). 1-8-1.
Kenner, Louisiana. 7 (vol.) (m.).
Kenner Plantation, Louisiana SEE Oakland Plantation.
Kennerville, Louisiana SEE Kenner, Louisiana.
Kennicott, Ransom. 4-46-11; 5-55-5; 5-66-18; 5-67-[18-20]; 6-68-9.
Kent, Loren (d. 1866). 3-40-7; 3-41-5; 3-42-17, 28, 53, 56; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Kent, Richard A. 5-61-22; 5-62-16, 20; 5-63-23, 28; 5-64-5, 16, 17; 5-65-1; 5-67-22; 6-68-16; 7 (vol.)-official copyist; 8 (vol.)-official copyist.
Kenyon, _____ (Capt. 28th Wisconsin Infantry). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Kielmansegge, Eugene von. 4-47-[40-44].
Kimball, Nathan (1822-1898). 1-11-40, 41.
King, Richard A. 3-39-17.
Kinney, J. C. 4-51-8, 10, 40, 67; 4-52-23.
Kinsey, William Baker. 3-37-17; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Kishwood, John. 6-88-7.
[Kithnar?], John H. (96th Ohio). 3-42-26.
Kittredge, C. W. 2-14-16.
[Kloch], Louis. 3-42-18.
Knapp, J. R. 3-34-37.
Knapp, Mary Field. 1-9-27.
Knox, Thomas W. 1-7-16.
Krez, Conrad. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Kuhn, William E. 3-38-45.
Lacey, John Fletcher (1841-1913). 1-13-5, 17; 2-20-31; 2-26-24; 2-27-23; 3-34-1, 9; 3-36-41; 3-37-5, 7, 8, 22, 31; 3-38-19, 29, 30, 42, 47; 3-39-17, 24; 3-40-23, 24, 33, 37; 3-41-31; 3-42-40; 4-43-11; 4-44-18, 23, 38; 4-45-1, 3, 7, 23; 4-46-23, 27, 29, 41; 4-47-2; 4-48-8, 9, 29; 4-49-24, 28; 4-52-8, 10, 24; 4-54-8; 5-55-5, 29; 5-62-41 (m.); 6-86-16; 7 (vol.); 8 (vol.).
Laing, Anna C. 2-22-9.
Melville Lencey 1839-1910 (El Perkins)
Landon, O. D. (New York Tribune). 1-11-5; 2-22-5.
Lawler, Michael Kelly (1814-1882). 3-36-33; 3-37-5, 28, 29; 3-38-7, 44; 3-40-7, 23; 3-41-6, 14, 27; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Lazelle, Henry Martyn. 3-41-31.
Leahy, M. A. 3-35-12.
Leake, Joseph Bloomfield. 3-37-18; 3-42-54, 60.
Lee, George. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Leflar, F. M. 4-45-35.
Leon, Francisco de. 4-53-6; 5-63-10 (m.), 21, 22; 5-64-11 (m.); 6-69-7; 6-71-23 (m.).
[Levirt?], Mme. _____. 6-71-20a.
Lewis, H. L. D. 4-51-88 (copy).
Lewisburg, Arkansas. 2-25-20; 2-29-10.
Lieber, Guido Norman. 1-3-11.
Lincoln, Abraham. (1809-1865). 1-1-16 (photocopy); 1-4-1, 8b (copy); 1-8-2 (printed copy); 1-9-2, 12, 22, 24; 3-32-23 (m.); 4-53-21 (m.).
Little, C. S. 3-35-12.
Little Rock, Arkansas. 1-6-3; 1-10-14; 2-18-20; 2-25-12; 4-54-29.
Little Rock, [Arkansas], Citizens. 3-35-22.
Livingston, Robert Ramsay. 2-18-27; 2-25-2.
Lockwood, A. 3-37-6.
Lockwood, C. M. 6-86-3, 4 (copy).
Louisiana. 1-4-14 (map). [SEE ALSO; Cities;]Department of Louisiana;]Southern Division of La.
Louisiana Regiments, etc. SEE 1st Louisiana Cavalry.
Low, Frederick Ferdinand (1828-1894). 1-9-7b (copy).
Loyal National League. 1-4-5.
Loyal Publication Society. 1-4-5.
Lucas, Thomas John (1826-1908). 4-48-13, 15, 22; 4-49-7, 20, [24-27]; 4-51-43; 5-58-4; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Lydon, P. H. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Lyman, Joseph (1840-1890). 2-14-3; 4-49-12; 4-50-23; 4-53-54; 4-54-7; 5-55-20; 5-61-19; 5-62-18; 6-77-3; 7 (vol.); 8 (vol.).
Lynch, James R. 5-65-9, 10; 5-66-1, 11; 5-67-16, 17.
Lyon, Francis. 4-51-68; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Lyon, Nathaniel (1818-1861). 1-1-15 (m.); 5-63-10 (m.).
Lyons, J. L. 5-66-16; 5-67-9; 6-68-12.
Lytle, William Haines (1826-1863). 6-88-8 (copy by F. Steele).
McAlister, M. D. 4-46-24 (copy); 4-50-7.
McCart, J. P. C. 5-65-14; 5-66-19, 20; 5-67-21; 6-68-10.
McClellan, Ellen M. (Mrs. George B.) 1-4-2.a
McClellan, George Brinton (1826-1885). 2-24-21 (m.); 2-25-3 (m.), 7 (m.), 8 (m.), 16 (printed); 2-31-31 (m.); 3-34-11 (m.).
McClelland, J. C. 3-41-40, 41.
Macomber, George (d. 1869). 6-76-4, 8; 6-77-1, 2; 6-79-[7-10].
McConaughy, J. B. 4-47-23 (copy).
McCracken, John. 6-75-10.
McDowell, Irwin. 1-4-8a.
McEntee, Charles Stuart. 3-36-12 (m.); 3-37-4, [14-16], 26, 27; 3-38-8, 15; 3-39-3, 15, 45, 46; 3-40-8, 11; 3-41-7; 4-44-19 (m.); 4-45-29, 36; 4-49-13; 4-53-45; 4-54-9 (tel.), 10 (tel.); 5-55-19; 5-57-22, 23; 5-64-8 (m.); 6-73-9; 6-74-15; 7 (vol.)-recipient
McKeem, Hugh. 4-53-7 (copy).
McKitrick, R. H. 5-60-2.
McLaughlin, John A. 3-41-42; 3-42-8; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
McLean, William E. 2-14-4.
McLoughlin, George Hogg. 2-30-24.
McMillan, James. 5-62-32.
McPherson, W. A. 6-73-3.
McPhesters, Sallie. 2-21-23.
Mack, Albert G. 4-52-4; 4-54-4; 5-55-22; 5-57-2; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Mackey, C. H. (33rd Iowa). 2-14-2; [7 (vol.)-recipient?].
Macy, John. 4-46-3.
Magill, A. I. 1-11-1.
Maine Regiments, etc. SEE 2nd Regiment Maine Veteran Volunteer Cavalry.
Major, John C. 1-13-5.
Mansfield, Louisiana, Battle of. 1-12-8.
Manter, Frederick H. 1-12-15; 2-15-6; 2-17-4 (m.), 6 (m.); 2-18-19 (m.); 2-20-2 (m.) 2-21-30 (m.)
Manter, Sue M. 2-21-30; 3-42-55.
Marcy, Randolph Barnes (1812-1887). 2-25-7; 2-29-22.
Marks Mills, Arkansas, Battle of. 1-12-17.
Marland, William M. 3-40-34; 4-43-27; 4-53-46 (tel.); 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Marlow, L. A. 5-60-2.
Marshall, J. A. 5-55-20.
Maryland State Fair. 1-10-47.
Mason, Thomas. 3-41-43.
Mason, William B. 1-13-6.
Masson, Ernest. 6-68-7.
Massachusetts Regiments, etc. SEE 15th Massachusetts Battery; 4th Battery Light Artillery Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers; 2nd Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery; 7th Massachusetts Battery Light Artillery; 31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry.
Matamoros, Mexico. 5-61-17; 5-62-19; 5-64-15; 6-69-[2-5]; 6-71-14, 23.
Matamoros, Mexico-Baile Nacional. 5-66-5.
Matamoros, Mexico-Merchants. 5-63-24, 25.
Matamoros, Mexico-Prefecto Politico. 5-63-4.
Matthews, A. C. 3-39-39; 3-42-9, 27.
Maximilian (1832-67). 5-62-7 (m.).
Meade, Margaretta S. 1-11-33.
Meigs, Samuel Emlen. 1-2-4.
Mejía, Tomás (1812?-1867). 5-62-7, 19 (m.); 5-63-2, 10 (m.), 18, 19; 5-64-10 (m.); 5-66-[6-9]; 5-67-15; 6-68-3, 16 (m.); 6-69-1; 7 (vol.)-(m.), recipient.
Mejía Ball. 5-67-13.
Melville, George S. 2-15-31, 32; 2-16-7; 2-18-8; 4-52-25.
Memphis, Tennesee. 2-29-22.
Merrill, Lewis. 2-24-21.
Metcalf, _. A. 4-45-26.
Mexico. 4-53-6; 5-60-1, 4; 5-61-8, 17; 5-63-12a, 21, 22; 5-64-15; 6-71-11, 12. [SEE ALSO: Cities; French Forces].
Mexico, Treaties with. 6-71-[28-30].
Mexico-U. S.-Extradition Treaty. 1-3-4.
Michigan Regiments, etc. SEE 1st Michigan Light Artillery, Battery G; 3rd Michigan Cavalry.
Military Department of SEE Department of
Military District of SEE District of
Military Division of SEE Division
Military Justice, Bureau of. 2-29-8.
Millard, Alex. S. 3-38-29, 30.
Miller, Mrs. E. 1-11-2.
Miller, G. L. 1-8-5; 1-11-4; 2-18-19; 2-25-8.
Miller, Joseph Warren. 3-42-3.
Miller, Stephen (1816-1881). 2-27-16; 2-31-27.
Mills, Isaac C. (Arkansas State Senator). 1-9-11; 3-35-22.
Minnesota Regiments, etc. SEE 3rd Minnesota Volunteers.
Mississippi. SEE Department of Mississippi; Division of Mississippi; Division of the Mississippi.
Missouri. 2-23-5.
Missouri Regiments, etc. SEE 1st Missouri Light Artillery; 30th Missouri Volunteer Infantry.
Mitchel, John B. 5-58-15.
Mitchell, George Anson (d. 1878). 1-3-8; 2-26-21; 2-27-1; 3-39-4; 4-44-12; 5-59-24.
Mizner, John Kemp (d. 1898). 3-32-9.
Mobile, Alabama. 4-51-92; 4-52-18; 4-53-1, 47; 4-54-25; 5-56-1 (map), 3 (map); 5-57-39; 7 (vol.)-(m.); 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Mobile, Alabama-Maps. [SEE ALSO: Blakely, Alabama; Pensacola, Florida; Spanish Fort, Alabama].
Mobile, [Alabama] Ordnance Department. 4-53-55.
Monreith, Thomas. 6-73-3.
Monreith, Walter. 6-73-3.
Monroe, George. 3-36-7, 10, 21; 3-38-40; 3-39-19; 4-43-32, 38; 4-44-14, 30; 4-45-27; 4-46-4, 27; 4-47-2; 4-48-5; 4-49-23; 4-52-7; 4-54-13; 5-55-27, 28.
Monterrey, Mexico. 5-66-16; 5-67-9.
Monterrey, Mexico-French Commandante. 5-67-5.
Montgomery, A. S. 2-18-14; 2-23-17.
Montgomery, Alabama, Post of. 5-55-1, 2; 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Moore, E. E. (Steele sister). 6-87-2c, 3a.
Moore, Frank (2nd Illinois Cavalry). 4-47-15; 4-50-23; 6-88-9; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Moore, Frederick William. 4-45-35; 4-46-10; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
More, John W. 2-14-13; 3-37-30.
Moore, [Thomas William Channing (d. 1881]. 5-62-26.
[Morey, Benjamin] F. 2-18-6, 11; 2-20-9, 13, 32.
Morrison, R. G. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Morse, C. C. 3-41-40, 41; 4-44-4.
Morton, _____ (Capt., Provost Marshall, Brownsville, Texas). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Moses, Albert J. 4-43-20, 21.
Mulholland, P. 6-88-13a (printed).
Murphy, Isaac. 1-9-18, 28; 1-10-31; 1-11-32; 2-17-3; 2-18-12; 2-29-34; 3-33-1.
Myers, William (d. 1887). 1-2-6, 7; 2-16-12, 16; 2-20-20; 2-23-5.
Nash, L. B. 2-28-27; 2-30-25; 3-33-35.
Naval Forces, Pensacola Bay, [Florida]-Commanding Officer. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Navarrete, Pedro. 5-59-27.
Nebraska Regiments, etc. SEE 2nd Battalion Nebraska Cavalry.
Negroes. 1-10-32, 33, 37; 2-18-16; 2-29-3; 3-32-18; 3-34-28; 4-53-51; 5-57-19.
Nesmith, James Willis (1820-1885). 6-71-6.
Nettleton, E. P. 4-46-12; 4-47-45, 46.
New Orleans, Louisiana. 5-55-8. [SEE ALSO: 6th District, New Orleans].
New Orleans, [Louisiana], Defences of SEE Defences of New Orleans.
New Orleans, [Louisiana] Times. 4-53-17.
New York Regiments, etc. SEE 18th New York Independent Battery; 161st Regiment New York Volunteers; 2nd Veteran New York Cavalry Volunteers; 21st New York Battery; 26th New York Battery.
Newberry, J. A. 2-26-10.
Newhall, F. C. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Newlin, [Charles Scull?]. 2-24-19.
Newton, E. H. 4-48-30.
Ney, [Michel Aloys?] (1835-1881). 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Nez Perce Indians. 6-73-3.
Nicodemus, William Joseph Leonard (d. 1879). 3-35-13 (m.).
Nieter, _____. 5-63-26.
Nieter, Mrs. _____. 5-63-26.
99th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers. 3-37-22.
97th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. 4-45-11.
Norris, L. E. 4-47-3; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
[Norrland], Harriet C. 1-9-5, 6.
North Dakota. 2-25-2.
Nye, William E. 4-46-5; 4-47-47
Oakland Plantation, Kenner, Louisiana. 3-40-23; 3-41-3, 5, 6, 15; 3-42-11; 4-43-33; 6-71-15.
O'Connell, John Dawes (d. 1867). 2-28-8.
O'Hara, James. 6-74-9b.
Ohio Regiments, etc. SEE 83rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry; 11th Ohio Volunteer Infantry; 48th Ohio Veteran Infantry Volunteer Battalion; 114th Regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers; 17th Ohio Battery; 77th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Olnhausen, Andreas. 5-66-14, 15.
Olvera, Rafael. 5-67-2.
114th Regiment Ohio Infantry Volunteers. 4-44-36.
161st Regiment New York Volunteers. 3-37-17.
O'Neal, A. W. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Oppenheimer, J. 6-83-12, 13, 14 (copy).
Ord, Edward Otho Cresap. (1818-1883). 2-20-3 (m.); 3-42-20 (m.).
Ordnance, Chief of Artillery and SEE Division of West Mississippi-Chief of Artillery and Ordnance.
Oregon. 6-73-3, 11; 76-16 6-80-6; 6-85-8; 6-76-14. [SEE ALSO: Cities].
Oregon Volunteers. 6-73-1 (m.).
O'Reilly, Thomas. 2-27-4.
Orff, Henry. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Osterhaus, Peter Joseph. (1823-1917). 4-50-[9-11 (copies)], 12, 13 (copy), 24 (tel.); 4-51-38, [41-42 (tels.)], [69-70 (tels.)], [88-90 (tels.)]; 4-52-26 (copy), 33; 4-53-18 (copy), 19, 28 (tel.); 5-55-26; 5-56-24 (tel.); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Owen, Timothy. 3-38-9 (by clerk); 4-45-25; 4-46-26.
Pacification Policies. 1-9-2, 3, 16, 18, 22; 1-10-22, 30; 1-11-34; 2-16-8.
Paddock, Joseph Williamson. 1-3-12 (copy); 1-5-10.
Palmer, M. L. 6-88-10.
Palmer, Sarah. 2-23-12.
Park, T. W. 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
Parker, Amasa Junius (1807-1890). 3-35-17.
Parker, Anna F. 1-1-3, 15.
Parsons, E. B. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Parsons, Lewis Baldwin (1818-1907). 2-23-15.
Paulina (Piute Indian). 6-73-8 (m.).
Peabody, O. 3-37-40.
Peck, D. B. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Peck, John James (1821-1878). 2-26-28 (printed).
Peirce, S. S. 2-14-2.
Pennington, Alexander Cummings McWhorter (1810-1867). 6-78-4.
Pensacola, Florida. 4-44-20; 4-45-10; 4-46-[30-33], 53; 4-47-33, 34; 7 (vol.)-(m.); 8 (vol.)-([UNK]
Pensacola, Florida-Maps. 4-49a-[1-5]. [SEE ALSO: Blakely, Alabama; Mobile, Alabama; Spanish Fort, Alabama].
Pensacola Department, Fort Pickens, Florida. 4-45-26.
Pent, Samuel. 4-53-29.
Perry, Alexander James. 6-73-4 (stamp).
Perry, Raymond H. 5-65-3.
Peters, George B. 1-8-12a.
Petersburg, Virginia. 4-52-3.
Phelps, John Smith (1814-1886). 2-30-18; 3-33-34.
Pickard, A. J. 4-46-28.
Pickering, William (Governor of Washington). 6-72-15; 6-76-2.
Pike, Mrs. Albert. 6-88-11.
Pile, William Anderson (1829-1889). 4-51-9; 5-55-15; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Pilot Knob, Missouri. 2-28-13.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 1-10-8; 2-27-25; 2-28-9; 6-71-5.
Pitzman, Jul[iu]s. 1-4-6, 12.
Piute Indians. 6-73-8.
Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, Battle of 1-12-8.
Pohlers, A. 1-4-7.
Point Reyes, California. SEE Punta de los Reyes Ranch.
Pollard, William S. 4-47-29; 5-66-20; 5-67-21; 6-68-10.
Pollard, Alabama. 4-49-26; 7 (vol.)-(m.); 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Pontonier Corps. 4-46-25.
Pope, Hamilton. 2-15-33.
Pope, John (1822-1891). 1-2-1, 2.
Port Townsend, Washington. 6-72-11.
Porter, George H. 4-51-21.
Porter, Henry M. 5-64-21, 22.
Portland, Oregon. 6-75-2, 3, 8; 6-78-6; 6-86-10.
Potter, O. O. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Prado, Apolinaria. 5-67-6, 7.
Prentice, George D. 2-15-33.
Price, O. F. 3-34-36.
Proctor, Emma H. 6-87-2b (copy).
Proctor, Thomas E. 6-87-5, 6.
Proctor, Mrs. Thomas E. 6-87-5, 6.
Provost Marshall General SEE Department of Arkansas-Provost Marshall General.
Puget Sound, Washington. 6-72-11, 15; 6-73-11.
Pugh, Henry L. 5-64-23, 24.
Punta de los Reyes Ranch (Point Reyes, California). 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
[Purington], D. V. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Putnam, Henry R. (d. 1872). 4-44-20.
Quartermaster General's Office, Washington, D. C. 6-73-4; 6-75-12.
Quartermaster General's Office-Property Division. 6-75-5.
Raleigh, North Carolina SEE Division of Mississippi.
Ramsay, George Douglas (1802-1882). 2-26-3 (m.).
Ready, E. S. 5-57-35; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Rebel Archives. 5-62-33.
Red River [Arkansas] Campaign (Southwest Arkansas Campaign). 1-12-8; 1-13-2.8, 11-20; 2-14-[2-4], 6,[8-11]; 2-15-2, 3, 6.
Reed, Samuel A. 4-47-27; 4-49-32b.
El Republicano. 6-71-11, 12.
Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. 3-36-6, 9; 3-37-4, [14-16], 26, 27; 7 (vol.). [SEE ALSO: 1st Grigade Reserve Corps; 4th Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps; 3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps; 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps.
Rew, Bradford B. 4-51-91 (copy).
Reynolds, Joseph Jones (1822-1899). 2-21-2 (m.); 2-29-11 (m.), 17; 2-30-8 (m.), 19, 21; 3-32-19 (m.); 3-33-27.
Rhoades, Lawrence. 4-49-21; 4-54-11; 5-55-8; 5-57-4, 36; 5-58-1; 5-64-17 (m.).
Rhodes, Hinman. 5-64-26; 6-71-26.
Rice, Charles S. 3-41-8; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Rice Samuel Allen (1828-1864). 2-14-8; [6-88-12].
Richmond, Virginia. 4-52-3.
Rike, William H. H. 5-65-9, 10; 5-66-11; 5-67-16, 17; 6-68-6.
Rio Bravo, Texas. 5-64-1, 2.
Rio Grande, Texas. 5-59-16; 5-60-1; 5-61-8; 5-62-15; 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Ritter, Richard. 3-40-9; 4-43-20, 21; 7 (vol)-recipient.
Robbins, J. R. 6-83-13, 14 (copy).
Robles, Luis. 5-63-7, 8, 10 (m.); 6-68-13.
Rochester, Montgomery. 1-12-2; 2-30-20 (stamp), 29 (stamp).
Rockwood, Shepard S. 3-41-44; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Rodriguez, Gonzales. 5-67-6, 7.
Rogers, Anthony Astley Cooper (1819-1899). 2-16-8.
Rosecrans, William Starke (1819-1898). 2-28-13; 2-31-19.
Rouse, J. D. 5-62-44; 7 (vol.).
Rousseau, Lovell Harrison (1818-1869). 6-79-12 (m.); 6-80-2 (m.); 6-87-1 (m.).
Rowse, Albert. 3-36-30; 3-37-7; 3-40-24, 33; 4-43-30; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Royston, Y. L. 5-55-21 (copy).
Rucker, Daniel Henry (1812-1910). 6-81-7.
Ruggles, George David. 1-1-2.
Rush, J. B. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Russell, _____. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Russell, Edwin. 6-75-10.
Sachs, Henry. 3-32-16, 17; 3-35-23.
Sagendorph, M. 4-49-5.
St. Louis, Missouri. SEE Department of the West.
Salomon, Charles Eberhard. 1-13-17; 2-14-5.
Salomon, Frederick (1826-1897). 2-15-2, 12.
Sample, James Blaine (d. 1868). 4-49-22.
San Juan Island, Washington. 6-72-11; 6-82-3.
San Luis Obispo [California] Ranch. 6-74-2, 5, 8.
San Roman, Jose. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Sargent, Charles Sprague (1841-1927). 3-38-3.
Sawtelle, Charles Greene. 3-36-35; 3-41-28, 29, 45; 4-51-10; 4-54-12 (tel.); 6-73-2.
Sawyer, Roswell Miner. 1-11-38.
Scammon, Charles Telfant. 1-3-2 (m.); 2-28-[17-19]; 3-35-2; 3-42-46 (m.); 7 (vol.).
Scammon, J. Young. 2-24-3.
Schofield, George Wheeler (d. 1882). 6-80-2.
Schofield, John McAllister (1831-1906). 1-8-6; 1-9-19.
Scott, Caroline L. 2-19-6; [2-30-26?].
Scott (Miss) J. 1-11-26.
Scott, J. E. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Scott, Robert Nicholson (d. 1887). 6-72-11, 13; 6-74-7; 6-75-1, 6 (copy), 14 (copy); 6-80-8 (copy); 6-82-7 (copy).
Sears, Francis A. 4-47-29.
Seawell, C. G. 3-39-18.
Seawell, Thomas D. 2-24-10.
2nd Battalion Nebraska Cavalry. 2-18-27.
2nd Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery. 3-40-34 4-43-27.
2nd Brigade, 1st Division (Reserve Corps), Military Division of West Mississippi. 3-41-19 (m.) 4-43-10 4-44-5, 20b [SEE ALSO: Reserve Corps].
2nd Connecticut Light Battery. 6-71-21; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
2nd Division, 7th Army Corps. 2-31-24.
2nd Division, 16th Army Corps. 4-49-22.
2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. 4-45-27; 4-46-4, 27; 4-48-5; 4-49-23, 33; 4-52-7; 4-54-13; 5-55-27, 28; 5-58-15.
2nd Illinois Cavalry-Detachment. 4-47-15.
2nd Regiment Maine Veteran Volunteer Cavalry. 3-36-20; 4-46-28.
2nd Veteran New York Cavalry Volunteers. 4-47-48.
Selma, Alabama. 5-57-1; 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Separate Cavalry Brigade-Barrancas, Florida. 4-47-49; 4-48-4, 15; 4-49-[24-27].
17th Ohio Battery. 3-41-8.
7th Army Corps. 1-9-23; 1-11-36, 37; 1-13-[3-5]; 3-60-11. [SEE ALSO: 1st Brigade, 3rd Division; 2nd Division; 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division; 3rd Division].
7th Massachusetts Battery Light Artillery. 5-65-12; 5-66-17; 5-67-3, 4; 6-71-22; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
7th Vermont Veteran Volunteers. 5-64-21, 22; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
77th Chio Volunteer Infantry. 5-64-23, 24.
76th U. S. Colored Infantry. 4-46-5.
Shafter, James McM. 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
Shafter, Oscar L. 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
Shearer, Sextus H. 6-71-19a, 19b.
[Shearman], W. P. 6-80-5.
Sheetz, Josiah A. (d. 1883). 3-36-40.
[Sheldon], Edwin [U.]. 1-3-2.
Sheldon, William C. 1-12-20.
Sheridan, Philip Henry (1831-1888). 2-22-13 (m.); 2-27-2 (m.), 23 (m.); 2-31-31 (m.); 4-51-20 (copy); 5-59-6 (m.), 16 (m.); 5-60-4; 5-61-8, 17 (copy), 30, 31; 5-62-6 (copy), 10, 15, 38; 5-63-9; 5-64-10, 11; 5-67-8 (copy); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891). 1-3-10; 1-4-15; 1-7-4 (m.); 1-11-6, 22 (m.), 29 (tel.); 2-25-7 (m.); 3-32-7 (m.); 3-35-11 (copy); 4-51-47; 4-54-21 (copy).
[Shoch], W. H. 3-41-43.
Shreveport, Louisiana. 1-11-6.
Sickles, Daniel Edgar (1819-1914). 1-10-16 (m.), 18 (m.), 29 (m.); 3-34-11.
Siegendoff, U. 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Signal Officer, Chief SEE Department of the Gulf.
Simpson, D. S. 4-51-43.
16th Army Corps. 4-51-22; 5-55-3; 5-57-5, 41; 5-62-28. [SEE ALSO: 2nd Division, 16th Army Corps].
6th District, New Orleans, Louisiana. 5-55-8.
69th Battalion Indiana Infantry Volunteers. 4-45-12.
Slack, James Richard (1818-1881). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Slaughter, James E. (d. 1901). 5-67-8 (m.).
Slavery. 1-2-3; 1-3-12; 1-4-2/ 3; 1-9-8.
Smith, Andrew Jackson (1815-1897). [1-4-16]; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Smith, Arden R. 5-59-12.
Smith, Mrs. Edmund Kirby. 1-10-38, 39.
Smith, Giles Alexander (1829-1876). 6-69-3 (copy); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Smith, Joseph Rowe (d. 1868). 1-10-23; 2-31-13; 4-51-23; 5-60-11.
Smith, Camp C. F., Oregon SEE Camp C. F. Smith, Oregon.
Sneath, R. G. 1-9-7b (copy).
Snow, Josiah. 1-9-11, 13.
Snow, William D. 1-9-29; 6-71-5.
Sokalski, George Oscar (d. 1867). 1-8-11; 2-27-24; 3-35-26.
Soper, R. R. 3-41-40, 41.
Southern Division of Louisiana. 4-43-28, 31; 4-44-6.
Southwest Arkansas Campaign. SEE Red River [Arkansas] Campaign.
Southwick, H. K. 4-45-13.
Spanish Fort, Alabama. 4-48-21; 4-51-6, 61, 67, 78; 4-52-19, 20; 5-55-33; 7 (vol.)-(m.); 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Spanish Fort, Alabama-Maps. 5-56-1, [3-5]. [SEEAALSO: Blakely, Alabama; Mobile, Alabama; Pensacola, Florida].
Speed, Frederic. 3-40-21, 29; 3-41-2; 3-42-2, 22, 34, 48; 4-43-18, 28, 31; 4-44-6.
Speed, James. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Spicely William Thomas (d. 1884). 4-45-31, 32; 4-47-2, 29; 5-55-14, 18.
[Sproule], G. [W.]. 1-3-1, 3.
Spurling, Andrew Barclay. 4-48-6, 27 (copy); 4-49-8; 4-51-43, [44-46], 71 (tel.), 87; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Stanton, Edwin McMasters (1814-1869). 1-4-8b (copy); 1-6-5 (stamp?); 5-61-27a (copy); 6-74-3.
Starkloff, H. M. 6-88-13a.
Steele, A. E. (Mrs. John B.?). 3-33-4.
Steele, E. B. 5-67-10.
Steele, Edgar W. 1-1-4; 6-88-13b.
Steele, Ella. 1-7-1b (copy). [SEE ALSO: Brooks, Ella Steele].
Steele, George. 1-1-4; 1-3-5; 6-70-1a; 6-74-2, 13.
Steele, Isaac C. 1-1-4; 1-3-5; 6-74-8.
Steele, John Benedict (1814-1866). 1-2-3 (printed; 1-9-8, 14, 20; 1-10-16, 18; 2-15-7; 2-27-15; 3-33-2, 6; 6-69-9; 6-72-12, 14; 6-74-13 (m.); 6-86-16 (m.).
Steele, M. N. 1-1-1a.
Steele, Rensselaer E. 1-1-4; 1-3-5.
Steele, Camp, Washington SEE Camp Steele, Washington.
Stepp, G. W. 4-46-26 (copy).
Stevens, Hazard. 6-74-9 (m.).
Stevens, William E. 5-60-2; 5-64-23, 24.
Stewart, James M. 4-47-46.
Stillman, George L. 4-52-38; 4-53-52; 4-54-6, 7.
Stoneman, George (1822-1894). 6-73-7.
Storer, Newman Wu 3-37-41; 5-55-11; 5-65-12; 5-66-17; 5-67-3, 4; 6-71-22; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Strong, D. 6-72-2b (tel.).
Strong, Richard Polk (d. 1903). 5-55-34; 6-73-8; 6-74-14; 6-75-2, 6, 8, 13, 14; 6-77-4, 6; 6-78-1; 6-80-7, 8, 11; 6-81-[2-5]; 6-82-2, 5, 7, 8, 9; 6-83-4, 6, [8-11], 14; 6-34-2, 3, [6-8], [10-15]; 6-85-[2-4], 6, 8, 10, 11; 6-86-4, 6, 8; 6-87-1.
Subsistence, Commissaries of SEE Board of Examiners of Commissaries of Subsistence.
Suffolk-Chancelloraville, Virginia; Siege of 2-26-28. [SEEALSO: Chancellorsville, Virginia]
Sullivan, Peter John (d. 1883). 2-14-14, 15; 2-29-33.
Surgeon, Senior SEE 4th Brigade Reserve Corps Military Division of West Mississippi-Senior Surgeon.
Surratt, Isaac. 6-68-8 (m.), 15 (m.), 16 (m.).
Swan, L. W. 4-53-56.
Tamaulipas, Mexico. 5-63-21, 22.
Tassara. 6-71-8 (m.).
Taylor, George W. 3-36-31; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Taylor, James M. 5-65-14.
Teal, Joseph. 6-83-5, 6; 6-84-9; 6-86-5, 6(copy).
Tendick, Robert P. 3-42-56.
Terrill, Mrs. George. 1-1-1.
Texas. 1-10-46 (map); 5-61-13; 7 (vol.)-(m.). [SEE ALSO: District of Texas].
Thatcher, Horace Kellogg (d. 1877). 4-51-47.
Thayer, John Milton (1820-1906). 1-4-4; 1-10-45; 2-14-9; 2-18-25, 26; 2-28-14.
Thayer, Royal H. (notary). 1-1-4.
3rd Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps. 3-42-28, 57; 4-43-32; 4-44-14, 30.
3rd Brigade Reserve Corps. 3-36-7, 10, 21; 3-38-2, 40; 3-40-18; 3-41-20 (m.); 4-43-38; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi-Detachment. 3-40-41.
3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, 7th Army Corps. 1-13-8.
3rd Division, 7th Army Corps. 1-11-36, 37; 1-13-[[UNK] 6a, 6b, -7
3rd Iowa Cavalry. 1-5-14.
3rd Michigan Cavalry. 3-32-13.
3rd Minnesota Volunteers. 2-27-16 (m.); 2-31-27 (m.).
3rd U. S. Infantry. 1-6-5.
13th Army Corps. 4-45-6, 14; 4-46-13, 22, 40; 4-47-4, 30, 31; 5-57-15; 5-59-[35-37]; 5-62-9, 28, 35; 5-64-16. [SEE ALSO: Divisions by number].
13th Illinois Cavalry Volunteers. 2-27-9 (m.).
30th Missouri Volunteer Infantry (Consolidated Organization). 3-36-34.
35th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers. 5-64-19, 20.
31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry. 4-47-46.
34th Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry. 5-64-25; 6-71-24.
37th Illinois Infantry. 4-46-11; 6-71-25.
37th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry. 5-65-13; 5-66-18; 5-67-18, 19, 20; 6-68-9.
36th Iowa Infantry. 2-14-16.
Thomas, Charles. (d. 1878). 3-36-13; 6-75-5 (stamp), 12 (stamp).
Thomas, George Henry (1816-1870). 5-55-4 (copy), 12 (copy).
Thomas, L. 7 vol.)-recipient.
Thompson, Mary. 5-64-14.
Thompson, William (1813-1897). 5-57-16.
Tipton, Mrs. E. _. 5-57-32, 33.
Tompkins, Sam D. 2-21-24.
Totten, James (d. 1871). 3-35-14; 3-39-40, 41; 3-40-24, 25; 3-41-46; 3-42-29, 30, 58, 59; 4-50-25 (tel.); 4-51-12 (tel.), 48, 72 (tel.); 4-53-8 (copy), 57 (tel.), 58 (tel.); 5-57-25; 5-59-40; 6-71-7; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Townsend, Edward Davis (1817-1893). 2-19-19; 2-23-21 (stamp); 3-32-19 (copy); 3-33-28; 3-35-10 (stamp); 3-36-8 (stamp); 3-42-46 (stamp?); 4-45-19 (stamp?); 4-47-48; 4-49-11 (stamp?); 5-61-3 (stamp?), 9 (stamp?); 5-62-28, 42 (stamp?); 5-64-4 (stamp?); 6-68-5 (stamp?); 6-76-5 (stamp); 6-78-2; 6-79-12 (stamp).
Treadwell, Thomas James. 2-30-11, 12 (stamp).
Treasury Department, U. S. 6-80-5.
Trevino, Andres. 5-66-2; 6-69-7; 6-71-23 (m.).
Tripler, A. B. 3-40-23; 4-43-33.
Trull, George G. 5-65-7, 8; 5-67-1.
Tucker, George. 4-47-16.
Tucker, S. H. 2-15-9; 2-28-16b.
Turner, Anne. 2-17-5.
Turner, John Wesley (1833-1899). 6-74-6.
20th Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. 3-37-18; 3-42-60.
28th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers. 3-40-9; 5-64-26; 6-71-26.
25th Regiment U. S. Colored Infantry. 4-45-15.
21st New York Battery. 3-40-35; 3-42-31.
24th Battalion Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry. 5-65-14; 5-66-19, 20; 5-67-21; 6-68-10.
24th Indiana Volunteers. 3-38-3 (m.); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
29th Iowa Infantry. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
29th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers. 5-66-3 (m.), 4, 21.
26th New York Battery. 3-36-36; 3-42-10; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
33rd Iowa Infantry Volunteers. 3-37-19; 5-62-35.
Union Party-Oregon. 6-73-3.
U. S. Expeditionary Forces [Alabama?]. 5-55-29; 5-57-6, 7.
U. S. Forces, Barrancas, Florida. 4-45-7; 4-46-41, 42; 6-71-27.
U. S. Forces, Blakely, Alabama. 4-52-8, 16.
U. S. Forces East of Mobile Bay. 4-54-14, 22.
U. S. Forces, Expeditionary Steamer Tarascon-Board of Appraisal. 5-55-5.
U. S. Forces Northern Alabama. 5-57-8, 9, 30; 5-58-16, 21, 22; 5-59-15.
U. S. Forces, Kenner, Louisiana. 3-36-41; 3-37-31; 3-38-19, 29, 30, 46, 47; 3-39-42; 3-40-36; 3-41-9, 10; 4-43-11.
U. S. Forces, Kenner, Louisiana-Board of Appraisal. 3-40-37.
U. S. Forces, Kenner, Louisiana-Chief Medical Office. 3-37-47; 3-38-10, 11, 20, 48; 3-39-11, 25, 43, 44; 3-40-10, 26; 3-41-17, 30.
[U. S. Forces, Kenner, Louisiana]-Division of West Mississippi-Reserve Corps- Office Chief Quartermaster. 3-37-4, [14-16], 26, 27; 3-38-15; 3-39-15, 45, 46; 3-40-11; 4-43-9.
U. S. Forces Operating from Pensacola Bay. 4-46-29; 4-48-[7-9]; 4-49-28; 4-50-2; 4-53-59.
U. S. Military Academy. 3-36-2.
U. S. Regiments, etc. SEE 1st, 2nd, etc.
U. S. Sanitary Commission, California Branch of the 1-9-7b (copy).
U. S. Senate Committee on the Conduct of the War. 5-59-18a.
Unknown (unsigned, incomplete signature, illegible or otherwise unidentifiable). 1-8-1 (unsigned) ; 2-15-33 (James [G.?]; 2-16-6 (illegible); 2-20-21 (Stewart _____ illegible); 2-25-3 (illegible); 2-28-23 (Clara to Dear Sister); 4-48-21 (initial D, official signature illegible); 4-52-17 (unsigned); 5-64-15 (unsigned); 6-71-[28-30] (unsigned); 6-86-18 (initials illegible); 6-87-2a (a Steele? fragment unsigned) (6-87-3b. (Kitty).); 6-88-15 (Maria), 16 (no name), 17 (a&b) (unsigned, illegible report of a battle), 18 (fragment unsigned);
Van Andre, S. G. 3-42-11.
Van Voast, Edward. 4-47-49, 57.
Veatch, James Clifford (1819-1895). 4-49-18; 4-50-8; 7 (vol.)-recipient; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Veracruz [Mexico] Railroad. 6-68-7 (m.).
Vermont Regiments, etc. SEE 7th Vermont Veteran Volunteers.
Vicksburg, Mississippi. 1-4-6 (map), 12 (map), 13, 14 (map), 17; 1-5-4 (map), 5 (map); 1-8-18.
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 6-73-11.
Vincent, Thomas McCurdy. 3-38-31 (copy); 5-63-3.
Voglison [sic], William McKendree (d. 1893). 1-4-9.
Wade, Benjamin Franklin (1800-1878). 5-59-18a.
Wafford, Jeff. S. 4-51-88 (copy).
Wage, E. I. 3-38-22.
Wagenhals, Samuel. 3-38-19.
Wait, William B. 2-15-9.
Walker, W. 1-11-25.
Walling, S. A. 3-35-12
Walther, George H. 5-64-19, 20.
War Department. 5-61-27a.
War Department-Adjutant General's Office. 1-1-2; 1-7-1a, 6, 7; 1-9-4, 10; 1-10-9, 21; 2-15-30; 2-16-2; 2-18-9, 21; 2-19-[3-5], 8, 13, 14, 16, 19, 20; 2-20-3, 8, 17,22, [24-27]; 2-21-15, 17, 21, 25, 26, 33; 2-22-3, 6, 10, 13; 2-23-3, 6, 7, 13, 14, 16, 21, 24, 25; 2-24-8, 11, 15, 22, 23,[26-28]; 2-25-5, 13, 14; 2-26-3, 8, 9, 17, 25; 2-27-2, 3, 7, 8, 11, 20; 2-28-[1-3],10, 11, 15, 28; 2-29-7, 8, 13, 14, 26, 27; 2-30-5, 6, 9, 10; 2-31-14, 15, 26, 28, 29, 31, 32; 3-32-6; 3-33-7, 16,[21-24],[28-30]; 3-34-[5-8], 10, 18, 29; 3-35-5, 6, [8-10], 13, 15, 16, 19, 20; 3-36-8, 22, 23; 3-37-42; 3-38-12, 21, 32, 33, 49; 3-39-25; 3-40-27, 38; 3-42-[19-21],[43-46]; 4-43-12, 13, 22, 39, 40; 4-44-8, 15, 17, 21, 26, 37; 4-45-19; 4-46-[14-16],[43-45], 52; 4-47-[5-7]; 4-48-[10-12], [16-20], 38; 4-49-[9-11], 14,17, 29; 4-51-[27-29],[49-54], 73; 4-52-34; 4-53-[20-22],[30-32], 60; 4-54-15, 23, 28; 5-55-6, 7, 13, 16; 5-57-[10-12], 26, 42; 5-58-[5-7], 10, 11, 17, 18,[23-26], 28, 29; 5-59-1, 2, 4, 6,[7-9], 5-59-13, 23, 25, 26, 29, 30, 38,[41-43]; 5-60-3, [5-9],[12-32]; 5-61-[1-7],[9-16],[18-20], 24, 25, 27b, 32, 33; 5-62-2,[11-13], 23,[26-34], 36, 39, 42, 43; 5-63-1, 3, 5, 11, 13, 14, 20, 27; 5-64-3, 4; 5-65-1, 6; 6-68-5; 6-76-5. [SEE ALSO: Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C.; Army, Headquarters of the-Adjutant General's Office].
War Department-Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands. 5-59-3, 14, 18b, 33, 34; 5-60-17; 5-62-16, 17, 20. [SEE ALSO: Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands].
War Department-Ordnance Office. 1-12-3; 2-26-11; 2-30-11, 13; 3-34-40.
War Department, Savannah, Georgia. 3-37-20.
Warner, Camp, Oregon SEE Camp Warner, Oregon.
Warren, William Frederick. 4-46-31, 46, 49, 50; 4-47-8, 17, 18; 4-50-14; 4-51-30a, 30b, 55, 74, 75, 92; 4-52-35.
Washburn, Cadwallader Colder (1818-1882). 1-3-12 (copy).
Waters, James H. 6-85-12.
Webber, Jules C. (d. 1872). 4-54-16.
Weitzel, Godfrey (1835-1884). 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Welch, Deming Norris (d. 1885). 2-23-15.
Wells, Samuel F. 1-13-20.
West, Joseph Rodman (1822-1898). 2-17-9 (m.); [2-23-19 (m.)]; 2-24-1 (m.).
West SEE Department of the West.
West Mississippi SEE Division of West Mississippi.
Western Clarion, The, Helena, Arkansas. 1-13-1.
Western District of Texas. 5-63-23, 28; 5-64-5, 8, 16, 17; 5-65-4; 6-69-6; 7 (vol.)-(m.).
Wheeler, Junius Brutus (d. 1886). 1-10-35; 2-29-24, 30, 32; 2-30-2; 3-33-13, 17; 3-37-48; 4-52-40; 4-54-29.
Wheeler, O. C. 1-9-7b (copy).
Whitcomb, Frank E. 5-64-6.
White, L. C. 3-32-23.
White, Robert [?]. T. 1-9-17; 2-29-34; 3-33-1, 15; 3-35-22, 29.
Whittelsey, Charles Henry (d. 1871). 2-24-8; 5-67-5 (m.); 6-68-2 (m.), 14 (m.); 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Whittier, Charles Albert. 6-80-7 (copy); 6-82-2 (m.).
Wilbur, George L. 3-36-3, 4; 3-40-4,[14-17], 22, 31, 32; 3-41-13,[22-24],[37-39]; 3-42-6, 7, 14, 15, 24, 25,[36-39], 51, 52; 4-43-[4-7], 19, 23, 25, 26, 34; 4-44-25; 4-45-22.
Wilkin, Alexander. 1-1-10; 2-18-10.
Wilkin's Plantation, Alabama. 8 (vol.)-(m.).
Wilkinson, William T. 3-36-34; 3-42-56; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Williams, Charles H. 3-38-29, 20.
Williams, George. 6-72-7, 8; 6-73-5, 6; 6-74-1, 10; 6-75-9; 6-78-3,[6-[11?]]; 6-79-1, 2, 5, 14, 15; 6-80-1, 3, 4, 9, 10; 6-81-1, 6; 6-82-1, 4, 6, 10; 6-83-[1-3], 7; 6-85-1, 5, 7, 9; 6-86-1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13.
Williams, James Monroe. 2-14-6.
Williams, John A. 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Williams, [Robert] (d. 1901). 6-71-4.
Willson, Charles H. 1-9-26.
Wilshire, W. W. 1-8-10.
Wilson, James 6-87-4.
Wilson, James Harrison (1837-1925). 2-30-20 (m.); 5-57-17 (copy).
Wilson, John Moulder. 3-41-46; 4-45-13; 5-51-93; 5-57-43; 5-64-18.
Wilson's Creek, Missouri, Battle of 1-1-13, 15; 5-63-10. box 9 folder 9
Wimmer, William P. 4-52-5, 41; 8 (vol.)-recipient.
Winnemucca (Piute Indian). 6-73-8 (m.).
Wisconsin Regiments, etc. SEE 35th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers.
Wiswell, E. M. 3-37-35, 36.
Wolford, Herman. 5-55-5; 6-71-25.
Wood, A. P. 6-70-1b.
Wood, A[mji?]. 5-63-6.
Wood, Ed T. 2-16-5.
Wood, Oliver. 2-31-33.
Woodman, E. W. 4-46-28; 4-47-51.
Woodruff, Fanny C. 1-11-7.
Woodruff, Mrs. Jane E. 1-11-11.
Woodruff, Mary C. 1-11-7.
Woods, Charles Robert (1827-1885). 1-5-13.
Woodward, Samuel Lippincott. 5-55-10, 12, 25; 5-57-17.
Woolfolk, George-Trial of. 2-30-6.
Worth, (Miss) M. S. 1-8-4.
Wright, Horatio Gouverneur (1820-1899). 5-63-12a; 5-66-10; 6-68-14; 7 (vol.)-recipient.
Wurtemberg, _____ (Vice-Consul of France, Matamoros, Mexico). 5-67-14.
Wuerpel, Ernest. 6-88-13a (printed).
Yarrington, George E. 4-47-32.
Yazoo, Mississippi. 1-5-6 (map).
Yeakle, M. M. 1-11-10.
Yeatman, Th. H. 1-8-9, 13, 15.
[Yoreley?], T. D. W. 3-33-1.
Zulavsky, L. L. 5-59-10.

Abbreviations and Symbols

  • ADf Autograph draft
  • ADS Autograph document signed
  • A.G.O. Adjutant General's Office
  • ALS Autograph letter signed
  • ANS Autograph note signed
  • Art. Artillery
  • AWOL Absent without leave
  • Clip. Clipping
  • Df Draft
  • DS Document signed
  • FS Frederick Steele
  • Ft Fort
  • G.C.M.O. General Court Martial Order
  • G.F.O. General Field Order
  • G.O. General Order
  • HQ Headquarters
  • LS Letter signed
  • MDWM Military Division of West Mississippi
  • ms. Manuscript
  • N North
  • n.d. No date
  • No. Number
  • n.p. No place
  • NS Note signed
  • POW Prisoner of war
  • s. Signed
  • S.F.O. Special Field Order
  • S.O. Special Order
  • Sra. Sonora
  • Tel. Telegram
  • [] Information supplied
  • [?] Information questionable 1-1-1 equals Box 1, folder1, item 1.

Collection Contents

 

Series IA. Correspondence and papers of General Frederick Steele, 1845-1890.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1 folder of miscellany. Arranged chronologically.
Box 1, Folder 1.

1819, Feb. 11Ester and Peter St. John to Mrs. John Steele

Box 1, Folder 1a

Correspondence 1819-1861.

 

1a. 1845, Sept. 9.FS & M. N. Steele to Em (Mrs. L.C. Steele). ALS. FS on furlough, murder of Osman Steele, FS starting with 40 men after chief Graham, family news.

 

1b. [1855?], Feb. 15.Mrs. Geo. Terrill to [F]S. AN. Invitation

 

2. 1855, Mar. 14.War Dept.-A.G.O. General Orders [G.O.] No. 3. Promotes FS to Capt. 2nd U. S. Infantry. True copy by Geo. D. Ruggles.

 

3. [1855?], May 4.Anna F. Parker to [F]S. ALS. Thank you note

 

4. 1858, July 28.Oscar L. Shafter, James McM. Shafter, T. W. Park, Solomon Heydenfeldt and Rensselaer E. Steele, Isaac C. Steele, George Steele, Edgar W. Steele. Indenture, DS. Lease of portion of Punta de los Reyes Ranch.

 

5. 1858, Aug. 1.George W. Cullum-printed circular. re: Register of the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. Military Academy.

 

6. 1858, Nov. 15.Dept. of the West. Special Orders [S.O.] No. 107. St. Louis, Mo. DS. Appointment of detail for court martial; s. D[on] C[arlos] Buell.

 

7. 1859, Feb. 12.N. S. Crowell. DS. Certificate of attendance at court martial.

 

8 & 9. 1859, Feb. 12.FS. 2 DSs. Printed and ms. forms for court martial service. Docket s. E. B. B. [Edwin Burr Babbitt?].

 

10. 1859, Sept. 4.Alex. Wilkin to FS. ALS. Re: payment of a debt.

 

11. 1859, Nov.Cameron Co., Texas - 12th Judicial District. Printed broadside. Report of the Grand Jury, On the Disturbances of the Country. A. B. Bacon, District Attorney.

 

12. 1860, Feb. 23.FS to E. W. Steele. ALS. Death of their mother.

 

13. 1861, Sept. 12Maj. Sturgis - Official report [8/20/61] of Battle of Wilson's Creek [8/10/61]. Clipping from The Republican, St. Louis.

 

14. 1861, Sept.FS - Official Report of Dug Spring Fight, etc. (8/2/61. Clipping.

 

15. 1861, Nov. 21.[FS] to Miss Anna [Parker?]. AL Re: Fremont's failure, Battle of Wilson's Creek, death of Gen. Lyon.

 

16. 1861, Dec. 31.A. Lincoln to Secretary of War [Stanton]. [Verifax?] of ALS. Recommends appointment of FS as Brigadier General of Volunteers with ANS of S[imon] C[ameron].

Box 1, Folder 2

Correspondence 1862, January-March.

 

1. [1862], Jan. 3.Jno. Pope to FS. ALS. Sedalia orders, FS to be Brigadier General.

 

2. 1862, Jan. 8.Jno. Pope to FS. ALS. Military and personal.

 

3. 1862, Jan. 20.John B. Steele - The Slavery Question. Reprint of speech delivered in the U. S. House of Representatives.

 

4. 1862, Feb. 16.S. E. Meigs - Supply Invoice. DS.

 

5. 1862, Feb. 28.[Army] Headquarters, Cairo, Illinois. S.O. No. 20. DS. FS to report to St. Louis. Signed Geo. W. Cullum.

 

6. 1862, Feb. 28.Wm. Myers - List of supplies received by FS. DS.

 

7. 1862, Mar. 6.See No. 5 above.

 

8. 1862, Mar. 13.H. W. Halleck to FS. Tel.

 

9. 1862, Mar. [16].G. R. Dyer - Stores Receipt. DS.

 

10. [1862, Mar.?].Quarter Master's Stores - Monthly return.

Box 1, Folder 3

Correspondence 1862, April-December.

 

186 1862, Apr. 7.G. [W.] [Sproule] - Stores receipt. DS.

 

2. 1862, Apr. 13.Edwin [U. Sheldon?]. to FS. ALS. Re: C. T. Scammon.

 

3. 1862, Apr. 14.G. [W. Sproule] - Stores receipt. D.S.

 

4. 1862, Jun. 22. Tratado de Extradicion entre los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos y los Estados-Unidos de America. Printed.

 

5. 1862, Sept. 1.O. L. Shafter et al to E. Steele et al. DS. Indenture-land lease for part of Puenta [sic] de los Reyes Ranch, Marin Co., California.

 

6. 1862, Nov. 1.[FS?] to General. ADf of letter. Maneuvers in Arkansas, military, politics.

 

7. [1862?,] Nov. 11.S. R. Curtis to FS. ANS. Extract from Blount [sic] (Blunt) to Schofield describing the Arkansas situation.

 

8. 1862, Nov. 11.G. A. Mitchell to [FS]. ALS.

 

9. 1862, Nov. 12.FS to Gen. Curtis. ALS. Rumors spread by rebels, Little Rock, etc.

 

10. 1862, Dec. 17.W. T. Sherman to FS. ALS. Organization of forces, Grant, Yazoo River area campaign plans.

 

11. 1862, Dec. 21.11th U. S. Infantry - Circular. DS. Re: regimental band. Signed G. N. Lieber.

 

12. 1862, Dec. 26.J. Horne, notary, et al. ADS. Re: FS's order surrendering fugitive slaves at Helena, [Arkansas] 9/4/62 and the circumstances of its execution.

 

13. [1862?].H. W. Halleck to FS. [ALS?]. Orders to move towards Salem and Gen. Curtis.

Box 1, Folder 4

Correspondence 1863, January-June.

 

1. 1863, Jan. 22. Abraham Lincoln to FS. LS. FS's promotion. [Located in safe].

 

2a. [1863,] Jan 30.Ellen M. McClellan to FS. ALS. Wants autograph to auction at Sanitary Fair.

 

2, 3a & 3b. 1863, Feb. 15.[FS] to [A. Lincoln]. ADf and 2 unsigned (1 partial copy) copies. FS's defense to Forman's charges, conditions in Helena, fugitive slaves.

 

4. 1863, Feb. 22.John M. Thayer to [A. Lincoln]. ALS. Character witness for FS.

Note

[# 86 should follow]
 

5. 1863, Apr. 11.Loyal Publication Society. Printed address. Read at inaugural meeting of the Loyal National League at the request of the League.

 

6. [1863,] May 1.Vicksburg, Miss, Holograph map by Juls. Pitzman. Shows Sherman's attack, FS's Division, Blair's Division, etc.

 

7. 1863, May 1-3. Near Chancellorsville. Holograph map of the battles by A. Pohlers.

 

8a. 1863, May 3.Irwin McDowell to FS. LS. Court of Inquiry re: traffic in cotton, etc.

 

8b. 1863, Mar. 17.A. Lincoln and E. M. Stanton. Copy of DS. Appointment of FS as Major General of Volunteers. Original owned by Wilfred Steele. Oversize. [Located in map drawer]. [Out of place, should follow #4.]

 

9. [1863, May].Jackson, [Miss.]. Pencil map indicating routes.

 

10. [1863, May].Jackson, [Miss.]. Pencil map with interesting notations.

 

11. [1863, May].Haines Bluff, [Miss.]. Holograph detail map.

 

12. [1863, May-July].Vicksburg, [Miss.] and Area. Holograph map by Juls. Pitzman. Many additions. Shows south to Port Gibson, north to Haines Bluff, west to Richmond, and east to Raymond.

 

13. 1863, June 9.A[lexander] D[allas] Bache to FS. LS. Re: operations map of Vicksburg.

 

14. [1863, June 9?].Louisiana 1855. Printed map with pencil notations indicating it was used at Vicksburg.

 

15. 1863, June 21.W. T. Sherman to FS. ALS. Thanks for present of Duke. [horse].

 

16. 1863, June 24.W. M. Voglison [sic]. ADS. Receipt for 44 cases of Sparkling Catawba Wine. NS of A. J. Smith.

 

17. 1863, June 28. To Our Friends in Vicksburg. Printed broadside. Propaganda

Box 1, Folder 5

Correspondence 1863, July-August.

 

1. 1863, July 24.C[harles] E[dward] Hovey to FS. ALS. Re: appointment of Hovey.

 

3. [1863, July?]. Historical Sketch of the Rebellion. Printed map.

 

4. [1863, July].Vicksburg, [Miss.]. Printed map by U. S. Coast Survey Office, shows U. S. operations.

 

5. [1863, July?].[Vicksburg, Miss.]. Holograph map showing artillery, mortar and gunboat positions.

 

6. [1863, July].Yazoo, [Miss.]. Holograph map showing south to Vicksburg, north to Lake Bolivar, and west to Lake Providence.

 

7. 1863, Aug. 9.[FS] to J[ohn] W[ynn] Davidson. ADF Reports re: Arkansas, FS's career.

 

8. 1863, Aug. 11.[FS] to Unknown [Gen'l. _____?]. ADF Re: Davidson, military situation and plans, White River, Arkansas expedition.

 

9. [1863, Aug. 11].[DeValls Bluff, Ark.]. Holograph map.

 

10. 1863, Aug. 12.J. W. Paddock to FS. ALS.

 

11. 1863, Aug. 13.FS. ADS. Certifies remuneration claims.

 

12. 1863, Aug. 13.[FS] to Unknown [Gen. _____?]. ADF Plans re: Little Rock.

 

13. 1863, Aug. 21.C[harles] R[obert] Woods to FS. ALS. Re: horses.

 

14. 1863, Aug. 27.U. S. Grant to FS. ALS. Re: 3rd Iowa Cavalry..

Box 1, Folder 6

Correspondence 1863, September.

 

1. 1863, Sept. 12.FS - Official Report of Operations in Arkansas. ADf.

 

2. 1863, Sept. 12.FS. Galley of #1.

 

3. 1863, Sept. 22.FS to J. M. Scofield. ALS. Supplementary report to that of 9/12. Operation against Little Rock.

 

4. 1863, Sept. 23.[FS] to H. W. Halleck. Unsigned copy.

 

5. 1863, Sept. 25.Edwin M. Stanton. Doc., stamped? Appointment of FS as Lt. Colonel in the 3rd U. S. Infantry.

 

6. 1863, Sept. 28.Frank P. Blair, Jr. to FS. ALS.

Box 1, Folder 7

Correspondence 1863, October-November.

 

1a. 1863, Oct. 13.War Dept.-A.G.O. G. O. No. 336. Printed. Military commission, trials of Thomas Kane and Wm. McNellis.

 

1b. 1863, Oct. 16.Ella Steele to Edgar Steele. Xerox of ALS. Reference to FS.

Folder 8

2. 1863, Oct. 18.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 1. Printed. U. S. Grant takes command of Division. s. T. H. Harris.

 

3. 1863, Oct. 18.[FS] to J.[sic] M. Stanton. ADf. Recommends Col. Glover.

 

4. 1863, Oct. 19.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 2. Printed. Sherman to command Department and Army of the Tennessee. s. T. H. Harris.

 

5. 1863, Oct. 19.[FS] to J. M. Schofield. ADf.

 

6. 1863, Oct. 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 340. Printed. Proclamation by the President calling for 3000000 volunteers.

 

7. 1863, Oct. 19.War Department - A.G.O. G. O. 343. Printed. General court martial - Sam'l Ford.

 

8. 1863, Oct. 11.FS to J. M. Schofield. ALS.

 

9. 1863, Oct. 11.FS to S. A. Hurlbut. ALS.

 

10. 1863, Nov. [9].FS to J. Richmond. ADf. Re: guerrillas.

 

11. 1863, Nov. 9.[FS] to J. M. Schofield. ADf. Arkansas, troops, spies.

 

12. 1863, Nov. 9.[FS] to W. T. Sherman. ADf. to hold the Line of the Arkansas.

 

13. 1863, Nov. 12.Military Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 6. Printed. s. T. S. Bowers.

 

14. 1863, Nov. 18.FS to J. M. Schofield. ALS. Cavalry expedition to White River, Benton.

 

15. 1863, Nov. 23.J. W. Davidson to FS. ALS.

 

16. 1863, Nov. 24.Thos. W. Knox to [FS?]. ALS. Re: prisoner exchange.

Box 1, Folder 8

Correspondence 1863, December.

 

1. 1863, Dec. 7.Unknown [not signed] to S. M. Breckenridge. Copy in holograph. Recommends plan of operations in Louisiana and Texas. Docket 12/26/63 s. J. C. Kelton.

 

2. 1863, Dec. 8.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 7. Printed. Telegram from Lincoln. s. T. S. Bowers.

 

3. 1863, Dec. 9.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 8. Printed.

 

4. 1863, Dec. 9.Miss M. S. Worth to FS. ALS. Citizens of Albany [N.Y.] propose to organize a fair and request FS's autograph.

 

5. 1863, Dec. 10.G. L. Miller to FS. ALS. FS's policy in Arkansas.

 

6. 1863, Dec. 11.J. M. Schofield to FS. ALS. Re: Banks, reinforcements.

 

7. 1863, Dec. 12.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 10. Printed. Policy re: Confederate deserters.

 

8. 1863, Dec. 12.[FS] to J. M. Schofield. ADf. Reason for scattered troops.

 

9. 1863, Dec. 15.Th. H. Yeatman to FS. LS.

 

10. 1863, Dec. 10.W. W. Wilshire. ADS. Receipt for tax on cotton, enclosed in #9.

 

11. 1863, Dec. 16.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 12. Printed. s. Geo. O. Sokalski.

 

12a. 1863, Dec. 18.Geo. B. Peters to FS. ALS.

 

12b. 1863, Dec. 22.C. E. Hovey to FS et al. ALS.

 

13. 1863, Dec. 23.Th. H. Yeatman to FS. LS. Application to ship cotton, fraud situation as seen by Treasury agent.

 

14. 1863, Dec. 29.T. T. Crittenden to [FS]. ALS.

 

15. 1863, Dec. 29.Th. H. Yeatman to FS. LS. More on cotton fraud.

 

16. 1863, Dec. 30.W. N. Hood to FS. ALS. Destruction of property, compansation.

 

17. 1863, Dec.Documents. Copies. Re: shipping cotton, permit.

 

18. [1863?].Vickaburg, [Miss.]. Clipping. Fragment of article.

 

19. [1863-64?].Thos. C. Anderson to FS. ALS. Requests permission to ship plantation supplies.

Box 1, Folder 9

Correspondence 1864, January.

 

1. 1864, Jan. 2.J. G. Dunlap to C. T. Christensen. ANS. Referred and s. C. T. C. to FS.

 

2. 1864, Jan. 5.Abraham Lincoln to FS. LS. Re: Arkansas, oath, re-organization of state government. [Located in safe].

 

3. [1864], Jan. 7.E. W. [Gantt] to FS. ALS. Re: Arkansas, politics, personal.

 

4. 1864, Jan. 7.War Department - A.G.O. Printed request for military history. s. [Samuel] Breck.

 

5. 1864, Jan. 8.Harriet C. [Norrland] to FS. ALS. Plea for life of a Confederate soldier.

 

6. [1864], Jan. 8.H. C. Norrland et al to FS. ALS. Plea for life of spy.

 

7a. 1864, Jan. 8.FS to Ladies. ADf. Plea came too late.

 

7b. 1864, Jan. 11.U. S. Sanitary Commission, California Branch to Steele Brothers. Photo of certificate for $2,850 obtained for cheese. s. Henry W. Bellows, F. F. Low, R. G. Sneath and O. C. Wheeler. [Original belongs to donor].

 

8. 1864, Jan. 14.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Re: reviving slavery in Arkansas would require another revolution.

 

9. 1864, Jan. [17?].[FS] to Admiral D[avid] Porter. ADf. Shipping.

 

10. 1864, Jan. 18.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular re: invalids.

 

11. 1864, Jan. 19.J[osiah] Snow and I[saac] C. Mills to FS. ALS. of Mills. Washington, D. C., Arkansas, Steeles.

 

12. 1864, Jan. 20.Abraham Lincoln to FS. LS. Arkansas petition for an election, agrees to. [Located in safe].

 

13. 1864, Jan. 20.Dosiah Snow to FS. ALS. Arkansas a separate department, FS commander.

 

14. 1864, Jan. 20.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Re: command of Arkansas, FS's support in Washington.

 

15. 1864, Jan. 21.S. A. Hurlbut to FS. ALS. Requests Brig. Gen. Kimball be ordered to report to him [S.A.H.]

 

16. 1864, Jan. 21.[FS] to I. Murphy. ADf. Aska opinion of his conciliatory policy.

 

17. 1864, Jan. 21.Convention of Delegates of The People of Arkansas to FS. ALS. by Sec. R. J. T. White.

 

17a. 1864, Jan. 22.E. Bexter to FS. ALS with NS by John Good. Introduction.

 

18. 1864, Jan. 22.Isaac Murphy to FS. ALS. Re: conciliatory policy in Arkansas.

 

19. 1864, Jan. 24.Jas. Harrison to FS. ALS. NS on docket by J. M. Schofield.

 

20. 1864, Jan. 26.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Advice, family, destroyed letters of FS re: Davidson.

 

21. 1864, Jan. 27.S. H. Boyd to F[S]. ALS. Re: Davidson, himself.

 

22. 1864, Jan. 27.Abraham Lincoln to FS. ALS. Private re: Gantt, Arkansas Convention, possible clash with Lincoln's policy. [Located in safe].

 

23. 1864, Jan. 30.Department of Arkansas. G.O.No. 1. Printed. Re: Department, command and 7th Army Corps.

 

24. 1864, Jan. 30.Abraham Lincoln to FS. ALS. Re: Arkansas, FS to use his judgement. [Located in safe].

 

25. 1864, Jan. 30.[FS] to T. H. Holmes. ADf. Communication with Confederate commander of Arkansas.

 

26. 1864, Jan. 31.Chas. H. Willson to [Edgar Steele?]. ALS. Return East from California.

 

27. [1864, Jan.].Mary Field Knapp et al to FS. ALS. Petition of the ladies of Little Rock for pardon of David O. Dodd, condemned to be hung as a spy.

 

28. [1864, Jan.?].Isaac Murphy to FS. ALS. Proposed order for propection of voters.

 

29. [1864, Jan.?].Wm. D. Snow. Printed broadside of an address with ANS on Verso to [FS].

 

30. [1864, Jan.?].[FS] to Unknown. Df. of letter of introduction

Box 1, Folder 10

Correspondence 1864, February.

 

1. 1864, Feb. 1.J. W. Davidson to FS. ALS.

 

2. 1864, Feb. 1.FS to J. W. Davidson. ALS.

 

3. 1864, Feb. 2.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 2. Printed. Re: Proclamation Oath of Allegiance.

 

4. 1864, Feb. 2.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 2. Re: shipping horses and mules.

 

5. 1864, Feb. 2.FS to A. Lincoln. tel.S Re: date of Arkansas election.

 

6. 1864, Feb. 4.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 3. Printed.

 

7. 1864, Feb. 4.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 3. Printed. Re: manager of railways.

 

8. 1864, Feb. 4.FS to N. P. Banks. LS (part in FS's hand). Re: enemy forage stations, etc., possibly to move against Pine Bluff.

 

9. 1864, Feb. 4.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular.

 

10. 1864, Feb. 6.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 4. Printed. Re: pilots.

 

11. 1864, Feb. 6.[FS] to H. W. Halleck. AL. Rebels arming.

 

12. 1864, Feb. 7.Department of Arkansas. G.O. No. 4. Printed.

 

13. 1864, Feb. 8.J. M. Johnson to I. Murphy. ALS. Re: President's desire to aid [Arkansas].

 

14. 1864, Feb. 9.R. P. Buckland to FS. LS. Enemy making preparations to attack Little Rock.

 

15. 1864, Feb. 10.Dept. of Arkansas.- Provost Marshall. G.O. No. 1. Printed.

 

16. 1864, Feb. 11.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Re: Sickles.

 

17. 1864, Feb. 12.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 5. Printed. Re: trade regulations.

 

18. 1864, Feb. 12.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Re: Sickles.

 

19. 1864, Feb. 13.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 5. Printed.

 

20. 1864, Feb. 13.FS to Loyal Case. ALS. Re: Mr. Merrick.

 

21. 1864, Feb. 13.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular. Recruiting bounty.

 

22. 1864, Feb. 14.Edw. Bates to James Harrison. ALS. Pacification policies.

 

23. 1864, Feb. 14.Jos. R. Smith to [FS?]. ALS. Re: Hammond Court Martial, etc.

 

24. 1864, Feb. 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Re: guard on steamboats.

 

25. 1864, Feb. 17.Department of Arkansas. G.O. No. 7. Printed Re: abandoned property.

 

26. [1864?], Feb. 17.M. Guthrie to FS. ALS. Asks favor.

 

27. 1864, Feb. 19.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 8. Printed.

 

28. 1864, Feb. 20.Isaac W. Arnold to [FS]. ALS. Asks intercession and protection of Col. Hartman.

 

29. 1864, Feb. 20.C. P. Bertrand to A. Lincoln. ALS. Re: Sickles.

 

30. 1864, Feb. 20.James Harrison to FS. ALS. Re: FS's military policy.

 

31. 1864, Feb. 20.Recruits (unassigned) to FS. ADS. Petition with ANS recommend of Isaac Murphy.

 

32. 1864, Feb. 23.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 9. Printed. Collecting and organizing negroes.

 

33. 1864, Feb. 25.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Hiring negroes.

 

34. 1864, Feb. 25.[FS] to H. W. Halleck. L. Rebels in Arkansas, etc.

 

35. 1864, Feb. 25.J. B. Wheeler to FS. ALS.

 

36. [1864,?] Feb. 26.Mrs. Anderson to FS. ALS. Thank you.

 

37. 1864, Feb. 26.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Same as that for Feb. 25.

 

38-39. 1864, Feb. 27.Mrs. E. Kirby Smith to FS. ALS and copy with AN.

 

40-41. 1864, Feb. 27.[FS] ADf. Announcing election in Arkansas and proclamation ADf.

 

42. 1864, Feb. 28.[FS] to N. P. Banks. AL. FS's troops, election, rebels line of defense - Red River.

 

43. 1864, Feb. 29.FS to People of Arkansas. DS. Proclamation re: election.

 

44. 1864, Feb. 29.FS - Proclamation. Printed version of #43, with election schedule.

 

45. 1864, Feb. 29.John M. Thayer to FS. ALS. Report re: Kansas Regiments in the Dept. of Arkansas, horses, forage, Ft. Smith.

 

46. 1864, Feb.Dept. of the Gulf. Map No. 14. Eastern and Central Texas. Printed on linen.

 

47. 1864, Feb.Maryland State Fair. Printed announcement. ANS of Mrs. Amos[Binney]on verso requesting autograph.

 

48. [1864, Feb.?].FS to Unknown [Fragment, 1st page missing]. Copy s. W. D. Green.

Box 1, Folder 11

Correspondence 1864, March.

 

1. 1864, Mar. 1.A. I. Magill to FS. ALS. Request for mail from a rebel.

 

2. 1864, Mar. 2.Mrs. E. Miller to FS. ALS. Re: oath and purchasing.

 

3. 1864, Mar. 3.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 10. Printed. Wm. E. Woodruff, citizen - confederate takes oath to keep from starving.

 

4. 1864, Mar. 3.G. L. Miller to [FS]. ALS. Views on political and social aspect of Arkansas, FS.

 

5. 1864, Mar. 4.M. D. Lancey Landon to [FS]. ALS. Re: Gen. Buford.

 

6. 1864, Mar. 4.W. T. Sherman to FS. ALS and cover. Plans re: Shreveport movement, Tennessee.

 

7. 1864, Mar. 4.Fanny C. Woodruff and Mary C. Woodruff to FS. ALS. Ask to remain in Little Rock.

 

8. 1864, Mar. 5.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 11. Printed. Re: ordnance stores.

 

9. 1864, Mar. 5.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 12. Printed. Judge advocate.

 

10. 1864, Mar. 5.DeVall's Bluff, [Ark] to Memphis, [Tenn.]. Holograph map by M. M. Yeakle.

 

11. 1864, Mar. 5.Gray's Bridge [Ark?]. Holograph map, detail of #10.

 

12. 1864, Mar. 7.FS to N. P. Banks. Contemporary copy. Protect Arkansas polls, Gen. Price C.S.A. gone to Europe.

 

13. 1864, Mar. 7.Jane E. Woodruff to FS. ALS

 

14. 1864, Mar. 10.FS to J. Marmaduke. Contemporary copy s. W. D. Green. Re: treatment of prisoners.

 

15. 1864, Mar. 12.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 13. Printed. Military commission - trials.

 

16. 1864, Mar. 14. Information needed by the State of Arkansas Holograph document, unsigned. Re: U. S. Senators from Arkansas.

 

17. 1864, Mar. 16.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 15. Printed. General court martial.

 

18. 1864, Mar. 16.FS to C. C. Andrews. ALS. Re: interference in election.

 

19. 1864, Mar. 17.Headquarters, Armies of the U. S. G.O. No. 1. Printed. Appointment of U. S. Grant to command Armies of the U. S.

 

20. 1864, Mar. 17.Enoch Howard to FS. ALS.

 

21. 1864, Mar. 17.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 24.

 

22. 1864, Mar. 18.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 1. Printed. Sherman new commander.

 

23. 1864, Mar. 18.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 2. Printed.

 

24. 1864, Mar. 18.FS to A. Lincoln. [Contemporary copy?]. Re: election returns.

 

25. 1864, Mar. 18.W. Walker to [FS]. ALS. Requests not to be imprisoned.

 

26. 1864, Mar. 19.Miss J. Scott to FS. AN. Presenting boquet.

 

27. 1864, Mar. 19.[FS] to S. P. Chase. Df. of letter. Recommends E. Howard.

 

28. 1864, Mar. 19.[FS] to S. P. Chase. ADf. Re: Loyal Case and E. Howard.

 

29. 1864, Mar. 20.W. T. Sherman to FS. Tel. re: a reprimand

 

30. 1864, Mar. 21.Dept. of Arkansas. General Field Orders [G.F.O.] No. 1. Supplies. Printed.

 

31. 1864, Mar. 22.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 14. Printed.

 

32. 1864, Mar. 22.Isaac Murphy to FS. ALS. Requests repair of State House.

 

33. 1864, Mar. 23.Margaretta S. Meade to FS. ALS. Asks for autographed photo.

 

34. 1864, Mar. 23.FS to N. Kimball. ALS. Re: Kimball's orders, civilian policy.

 

35. 1864, Mar. 24.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 3. Printed. Staff.

 

36-37. 1864, Mar. 25.3rd Division, 7th Army Corps - Special Report of Effective Strength. Holograph document and holograph copy. Expedition to Camden, Gen. Salomon.

 

38. 1864, Mar. 28.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 4. Printed. s. R. M. Sawyer.

 

39. 1864, Mar. 29.B. O. Carr to FS. ALS. Re: arrest.

 

40. 1864, Mar. 30.Nathan Kimball to FS. ALS. Authority.

 

41. 1864, Mar. 30.Nathan Kimball to FS. ALS. A planned raid by the enemy.

 

42. [1864, Mar.-Apr.]Arkansas. Holograph map showing rivers, telegraph, roads, etc.

 

43. 1864, Mar 30Fragment 44 Mar 1864 fragment of [UNK]

Box 1, Folder 12

Correspondence 1864, April.

 

1. 1864, Apr. 4.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 16. Printed. Military commission proceedings.

 

2. 1864, Apr. 5.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 5. Printed. s. M. Rochester. Changes and assignments.

 

3. 1864, Apr. 7.War Department - Ordnance Office. Printed form letter.

 

4. 1864, Apr. 11.W. W. Fishback to FS. ALS. Re: Arkansas Legislature.

 

5-7. 1864, Apr. 14.J. W. Davidson to J. D. Yarley. 3 Contemporary copies. Certified and signed as true copy by J. L. Chandler. Re: complaint - mismanagement, asks to be recommended as Brevet Major General.

 

8. 1864, Apr. 15.N. P. Banks to FS. Official copy by Robert T. Dunham. Re: battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill of the Red River Campaign.

 

9. 1864, Apr. 17.FS to H. W. Halleck. Copy of report - capture of Camden.

 

10. 1864, Apr. 19.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 8. Printed. Sale of provisions.

 

11. 1864, Apr. 19.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 9. Printed. Re: Beckwith, Chief Commissary.

 

12. 1864, Apr. 20.B. O. Carr to FS. ALS.

 

13. 1864, Apr. 20.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 17. Printed. Commissary of Musters.

 

14. 1864, Apr. 21.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 18. Printed. General court martial proceedings.

 

15. 1864, Apr. 21.FS to H. W. Halleck. Official copy by [F. H. Manter?]. Capture of forage train by enemy.

 

16. 1864, Apr. 23.FS to N. P. Banks. Copy. Situation at Camden.

 

17. 1864, Apr. 25.F. M. Drake to A. Blocke. ALS. Report of the battle of Marks Mills.

 

18. 1864, Apr. 26.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 10. Printed. Establish camps of instruction.

 

19. 1864, Apr. 29.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 19. Printed. Chief commissary of subsistence.

 

20. 1864, Apr. 29.Wm. C. Sheldon to [FS]. ALS. Re: Indian trade.

 

21. 1864, Apr. 30.Dept. of Arkansas, Camp No. 20. G.O. No. 14. Printed. March orders.

 

22. 1864, Apr. 30.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 11. Printed. Acting inspectors general.

 

23-25. 1864, Apr.Arkansas Governor et al to President of the U. S. 3 true copies certified by J. L. Chandler. Recommend J. W. Davidson for Brevet Major General. of Volunteers.

Box 1, Folder 13

Correspondence 1864, May 2-5.

 

1. 1864, May 2. The Western Clarion - Extra, Helena, Ark. Broadside, printed, with article re: FS and Dept. of Arkansas.

 

4. 1864, May 3.W. W. Fishback to FS. ALS. An assault.

 

6a & 6b. [1864, May 3?].3rd Division, 7th Army Corps. Holograph list. Staff Officers present on recent expedition. and holograph copy.

 

7. 1864, May 3.3rd Division, 7th Army Corps. Return of casualties. Campaign of S. W. Arkansas Mar. 23-May 3.

 

3. [1864, May 3].1st Brigade, 3rd Division. Report of casualties. s. John F. Lacey.

 

2. 1864, May 3.11th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Return of casualties. Expedition to Camden. s. Wm. B. Mason.

 

5. 1864, May 3.43rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Report of casualties. s. John C. Major.

 

8. 1864, May 3.3rd Brigade, 3rd Division. Report of casualties. s. Adolph Engelmann.

 

9. 1864, May 4.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 20. Printed. Superintendent of Freedmen.

 

10. 1864, May 4.Dept. of Arkansas. G. O. No. 21. Printed. Military commission.

 

11-12. 1864, May 4.[FS] to H. W. Halleck. AL and contemporary copy. Informal draft report of Camden campaign, battle at Jenkins Ferry.

 

13. 1864, May 4.FS to H. W. Halleck. Contemporary copy.

 

14. 1864, May 4.FS to H. W. Halleck. Contemporary copy.

 

15. & 15a. 1864, May 4.FS to H. W. Halleck. Unsigned letter and ADf. Recommends favorable recognition of officers.

 

16. 1864, May 5.Adolph Engelmann to A. Blocki. DS. Report of engagement at Jenkins Ferry 4/30/64.

 

17. 1864, May 5.C. E. Salomon (by John F. Lacey) to Unknown. Report of battle of Jenkin's Ferry.

 

18. 1864, May 5.FS to E. Kirby Smith. Contemporary copy. Exchange of prisoners.

 

19. 1864, May 5.FS to E. Kirby Smith. Contemporary copy. Civilian prisoners.

 

20. 1864, May 5.Samuel [F.] Wells to John F. Lacey. LS Report on Camden expedition.

Box 2, Folder 14

Correspondence 1864, May 6-9.

 

1. 1864, May 6.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 22. Printed. Military commission.

 

2. 1864, May 6.C. H. Mackey (by S. S. [Peirce?]) to John F. Lacey. Report on S. W. Arkansas campaign.

 

3. 1864, May 7.Thomas H. Benton, Jr. to J. F. Lacey. DS Report - S. W. Arkansas campaign. Also s. Joseph Lyman.

 

4. 1864, May 7.Wm. E. McLean to A. Blocki. ADS. Report- S. W. Arkansas campaign.

 

5. 1864, May 7.C. E. Salomon to A. Blocki. ADS. Official report of the battle of Jenkin's Ferry.

 

6. 1864, May 7.J. M. Williams to FS. ALS. Explanation of capture of his forage train.

 

7. 1864, May 8.[Lou] B. Green to FS. ALS. Re: imprudent letter sent south.

 

8. 1864, May 8.Sam'l. A. Rice to A. Blocki. DS. Official report - S. W. Arkansas campaign.

 

9. 1864, May 8.John M. Thayer to FS. ALS. Re: reinforcements sent to Williams forage train.

 

10-11. 1864, May 9.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 23. ADf by [FS] and printed. Thanks for service on campaign.

 

12. 1864, May 9.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 24. Printed. General court martial.

 

13. 1864, May 9.Jno. W. Moore to FS. ALS. Preamble and resolutions passed by Arkansas House of Representatives.

 

14-15. 1864, May 9.Peter J. Sullivan to FS. ALS and copy with added names. To give FS a public dinner.

 

16. 1864, May 9.36th Iowa Infantry. Casualty report s. C. W. Kittredge.

Box 2, Folder 15

Correspondence 1864, May 10-31.

 

1. 1864, May 10.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 25. Printed. Webber named aide to FS.

 

2. 1864, May 10.F. Salomon to W. D. Green. DS. Report of operations of his Division in campaign of S. W. Arkansas.

 

3. [1864, May 10].FS - Extracts of his report and others on S. W. Arkansas campaign.

 

4. 1864, May 11.Dept. of Arkansas. G. O. No. 26. Printed. Districts of the Dept.

 

5. 1864, May 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 1. Printed. Creation of the Division.

 

6. 1864, May 13.F. H. Maater to FS. ALS. Washington, D.C., reactions to Expedition and FS, Canby's position.

 

7. 1864, May 14.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Newspapers lying about FS.

 

8. 1864, May 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 27. Printed. Provisions.

 

9. 1864, May 16.C. P. Bertrand et al to FS. LS. Acting mayor and aldermen re: municipal government of Little Rock.

 

10. 1864, May 16.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 28. Printed. Acting assistant adjutant general.

 

11. 1864, May 15[sic]. [Probably May 16]. Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 29. Military Commission.

 

12. 1864, May 16.Edward B. Hubbard to T. Thomas. ALS. Asks to be commissioned in Regular Army. NSs of Julius L. Hadley and F. Salcmon recommending.

 

13. 1864, May 17.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 30. Printed. Ritter court martial.

 

14. 1864, May 17.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 1. Requests rosters.

 

15. 1864, May 17.FS to O. O. Washburn. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Enemy movements.

 

16. 1864, May 18.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 33. Printed. War Dept. G.O. No. 177 re: public horses, wagons

 

17. 1864, May 18.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Arms.

 

18. 1864, May 18.Thomas Ewing, Jr. to Unknown. Copy. Steamer General Grant.

 

19. 1864, May 19.Arkansas, Loyal People of to FS. Printed invitation.

 

20. 1864, May 19.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 31. Printed. Military commission.

 

21. 1864, May 19.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 32. Printed. Assistant adjutant general.

 

22. 1864, May 21.FS to E. R. B. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Enemy activity.

 

23. 1864, May 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 3. Printed. Headquarters at Natchez, Miss.

 

24. 1864, May 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 4. Printed. Reserve forces, supplies.

 

25. 1864, May 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 5. Printed. s. John F. S. Gray. Vicksburg supply depot.

 

26. 1864, May 23.E. B. Hubbard to FS. ANS.

 

27. 1864, May 24.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 34. Printed. Seizure of private buildings.

 

28. 1864, May 24.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 5 1/2. Printed s. John F. S. Gray. Absent officers, horses.

 

29. 1864, May 25.Geo. W. Deitzler to L. B. Parsons. Copy of statement. Cotton operations on the Arkansas, Steamer General Grant- charge for release.

 

30. 1864, May 25.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 41. Terms of service.

 

31. 1864, May 26.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 24. John M. Wilson - assistant inspector general. s. G. S. Melville. Printed.

 

32. 1864, May 27.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 6. Printed, s. G. S. Melville. Keep Mississippi River open for navigation.

 

33. 1864, May 28.Hamilton Pope to FS. ALS and ANS of James _____ and Geo. D. Prentice. Appeal for widow.

 

34. 1864, May 28.[FS] to E. K. Smith. Copy. Exchange of of prisoners.

 

35. 1864, May 30.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular. Deserters, refugees, etc.

 

36. 1864, May?.C. C. Bliss to FS. ALS. Re: Davidson contest, newspaper article.

Box 2, Folder 16

Correspondence, 1864, June 1-7.

 

1. 1864, June 1.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 35. Printed. Communications across lines.

 

2. 1864, June 1.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 43. Changes of mustering officers, etc.

 

3. 1864, June 2.Robert H. Hyslop to W. M. Fishback. ALS. Arkansas political scene, FS and opinion of him by Confederate officer, 4 presidential candidates.

 

4. 1864, June 3.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 36. Printed. Military commission.

 

5. 1864, June 3.Unknown [illegible] [Capt. & AQM, Little Rock]. DS. Sold horse to FS.

 

6. 1864, June 3.Ed. T. Wood to FS. ALS. Trade, FS's popularity.

 

7. 1864, June 4.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 7. Printed s. Geo. S. Melville. Addition of Dept. of Missouri.

 

8. 1864, June 4.A. A. C. Rogers to FS. ALS. Public opinion re: FS's course in Arkansas.

 

9. 1864, June 6.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 37. Printed. General court martial.

 

10. 1864, June 6.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 31. Printed. Sawtelle, chief Quartermaster of Division.

 

11. 1864, June 6.C. A. Henry (AQM St. Louis) to J. W. Davidson. Copy. Cavalry horses for Arkansas.

 

12. 1864, June 6.W. Myers to FS. ALS. Shipping mules and wagons, Davidson not cooperative, personal.

 

13. 1864, June 7.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 38. Printed. General court martial.

 

14. 1864, June 7.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 32. Printed. A. J. Myer, signal officer.

 

15. 1864, June 7.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Re: horses, reactions and misinformation on Jenkin's Ferry.

 

16. 1864, June 7.W. Myers to FS. ALS. Supplies for the Dept. of Arkansas.

Box 2, Folder 17

Correspondence, 1864, June 8-20.

 

1. 1864, June 8.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 8. Printed. Protection of transports.

 

2. 1864, June 9.B. O. Carr. DS. Stores receipt.

 

3. 1864, June 11.Isaac Murphy to FS. ALS. Difficulties in Polk Co., Arkansas - suffering.

 

4. 1864, June 13.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 39. Printed. Death of F. H. Manter.

 

5. 1864, June 14.Anne Turner to FS. ALS. Re: Helena, Ark., Bufords.

 

6. 1864, June 15.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. Approves G.O. on Col. Manter.

 

7. 1864, June 15.B. H. Campbell to Mrs. W. E. Woodruff. LS.

 

8. 1864, June 15.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy. Expedition plans. Certified by W. D. Green.

 

9. 1864, June 15.[FS] to H. W. Halleck. Df of letter. Re: leave of absence for Brig. Gen. West.

 

10. 1864, June 16.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 40. Printed. Military commission.

 

11. 1864, June 17.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 41. Printed. General court martial.

 

12. 1864, June 17. _.L. Hanes to [FS]. ALS. Subsistance Department in Arkansas, supplies to Ft. Gibson.

 

13. 1864, June 18.Thomas Ewing to FS. ALS. Requests assistance for Mrs. J. E. Hayes.

 

14. 1864, June 20.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 42. Printed. Military commission.

Box 2, Folder 18

Correspondence 1864, June 21-31.

 

1. 1864, June 21.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 43. Printed. General court martial.

 

2. 1864, June 21.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 18. Printed. s. [L.?] Carper. Wounded, hospitals, stragglers.

 

3. 1864, June 21.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 2. Headquarters office and orderly hours established.

 

4. 1864, June 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 9. Printed. Admiral Porter thanks Banks' troops for assistance in Red River Campaign.

 

5. 1864, June 23.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 44. Printed. General court martial.

 

6. 1864, June 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 10. Printed, s. [B. F. Morey?]. Destruction of Confederate dispatches to British Minister at Washington.

 

7. 1864, June 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 11. Printed. No commutation when Government property is occupied.

 

8. 1864, June 23.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 46. Printed extract s. Geo. S. Melville. Orders for J. G. Klinck.

 

9. 1864, June 23.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 47. Re-enlistments.

 

10. 1864, June 23.Alex. Wilkin to [FS]. ALS. Re: forwarding letters for him, with Sturgis--lost 240 of Regiment and over 1/3 of Brigade.

 

11. 1864, June 24.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 47. Printed extract s. B. F. Morey. J. W. Davidson--Chief of Cavalry of Division.

 

12. 1864, June 24.Isaac Murphy to FS. ALS. Re: payment of Arkansas state taxes--exemptions.

 

13. 1864, June 25.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 19. Printed, s. L. Carper. Railroads.

 

14. 1864, June 26.Division of West Mississippi.- Office Chief of Cavalry. Printed circular. Chief of Cavalry arm for each Dept., no more bodyguards or orderlies, etc. from Cavalry. s. A. S. Montgomery.

 

15. 1864, June 27.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 45. Printed. Military commission.

 

16. 1864, June 27.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 3. Protection 1) of leased plantations to be concentrated, 2) of negroes; woodyards; protection of establishments of Freedmen.

 

17. 1864, June 27.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 12. Printed. Re: discharge of ineligibles.

 

18. 1864, June 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 13. Printed. General court martial.

 

19. 1864, June 28.G. L. Miller.to FS. ALS. Death of Col. Manter.

 

20. 1864, June 28.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Enemy activity, Clarendon, threat to Little Rock.

 

21. 1864, June 28.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 49. Appointment of field officers of colored regiments.

 

22. 1864, June 29.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 46. Printed. Military commission.

 

23. 1864, June 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 14. Printed. Resignations on field of battle.

 

24. 1864, June 29.W. W. Fishback to [FS]. ALS. Arkansas representatives denied seats, Lincoln will protect them.

 

25. 1864, June 29.John M. Thayer to FS. ALS. Introducing Jno. McDonald.

 

26. 1864, June 29.John M. Thayer to [FS]. ALS. Re: Ft. Smith troops, bushwhackers, 11th colored brigade.

 

27. 1864, June 30.R. R. Livingstone to [FS]. ALS. Urges consolidation of incomplete battalion of 2nd Nebraska Cavalry with his Regiment.

 

28. 1864, June.Department of Arkansas. Monthly return of Quartermaster stores. Unsigned copy.

Box 2, Folder 19

Correspondence 1864, July 1-9.

 

1. 1864, July 1.DeWitt Clinton to FS. ALS. Re: bribes.

 

2. 1864, July 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 15. Printed. Rules Governing Steam Transportation Service.

 

3. 1864, July 1.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 51. Mustering officer changes.

 

4. 1864, July 1.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 220. Printed. Cost of clothing and equipage.

 

5. 1864, July 1.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 221. Printed. Acts of Congress re: Quartermasters, Commissaries, etc., exams.

 

6. 1864, July 2.Caroline L. Scott to FS. ALS. Sends gift from Rev. Mother Alphonsus and Sisters.

 

7. 1864, July 4.Division of West Mississippi.- Assistant Inspector General's Office. Printed circular No. 1. Re: report blanks.

 

8. 1864, July 4.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 222. Printed. Acting staff surgeons.

 

9. 1864, July 5.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 47. Printed. Military commission.

 

10. 1864, July 5.Division of West Mississippi.- Office Chief of Cavalry. Printed G.O. No. 1 s. F. W. Emery. Re: staff.

 

11. 1864, July 6.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 48. Printed. General court martial.

 

12. 1864, July 6.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 16. Printed. Re: Salter's dishonorable discharge.

 

13. 1864, July 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 223. Printed. Appointments of Military Academy cadets.

 

14. 1864, July 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 224. Printed. Act of Congress--enrolling and calling out national forces.

 

15. 1864, July 7.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 17. Printed. Consolidation of Colored Regiments of Corps d' Afrique, Dept. of the Gulf.

 

16. 1864, July 7.War Department.- A.G.O. G.O. No. 225. Printed. Establish 18th Army Corps, reorganize 19th.

 

17. 1864, July 8.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 49. Printed. Military commission.

 

18. 1864, July 8.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Re: horses, reaction to Camden.

 

19. 1864, July 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 8. Printed, s. E. D. Townsend. Rations.

 

20. 1864, July 9.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 227. Printed. Regulations for recruiting in the rebel States for loyal States.

Box 2, Folder 20

Correspondence 1864, July 10-20.

 

1. 1864, July 10.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 4. Re: reports.

 

2. 1864, July 11.[FS] to Dr. Manter. Copy. Death of Col. Manter.

 

3. 1864, July 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 228. Printed. E.O.C. Ord to commond 8th Army Corps and all Middle Department.

 

4. 1864, July 12.Division of West Mississippi - Office of Assistant Inspector General. Printed circular No. 2. Reports.

 

5. 1864, July 12.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Cavalry. Printed circular No. 3. Cavalry depots.

 

6. 1864, July 13.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 50. Printed. Iteneraries [sic] required of expeditions and scouts.

 

7. 1864, July 13.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Rebel movements, depots, reinforcements for FS diverted.

 

8. 1864, July 13.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 229. Printed. H. G. Wright's command.

 

9. 1864, July 14.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 18. Printed, s. [B.F.] Morey. E. P. Vollum, Medical Inspector.

 

10. 1864, July 15.S. G. Burbridge to Gen. Washburn. LS. Asks favor for woman travelling through lines.

 

11. 1864, July 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 51. Printed. Resignations for insufficient cause.

 

12. 1864, July 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 52. Printed. General court martial.

 

13. 1864, July 15.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 19. Printed, s. B. F. Morey. Transfer to Navy of mariners by vocation.

 

14. 1864, July 15.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Cavalry. Printed Hints on Cavalry.

 

15. 1864, July 16.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 53. Printed. Act of Congress to increase pay of soldiers.

 

16. 1864, July 16.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 20. Printed. Payment of detached troops.

 

17. 1864, July 16.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 230. Printed. Dunn, Assistant Judge Advocate General at Louisville.

 

18. 1864, July 17.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Enemy design to cut communication between Little Rock and White River.

 

19. 1864, July 18.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 21. Printed. Cavalry, horses.

 

20. 1864, July 18.W. Myers to FS. ALS. Re: mules.

 

21. 1864, July 18.Unknown [Quartermaster, New York] to FS. ALS. Confiscated property.

 

22. 1864, July 18.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 231. Printed. Acts and resolutions of Congress.

 

23. 1864, July 19.Division of West Mississippi, G.O. No. 22. Printed. Medical officers of colored regiments of Corps d' Afrique.

 

24. 1864, July 19.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 52. Reports of credits.

 

25. 1864, July 19.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 53. Classification--hospital stewards.

 

26. 1864, July 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 232. Printed. Lincoln proclamation calling for 500,000 volunteers.

 

27. 1864, July 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 233. Proclamation--suspend writ of habeas corpus and establish martial law in Kentucky.

 

28-30. 1864, July 20.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 54. 2 ADfs by [FS] and printed. Death of S. A. Rice.

 

31. 1864, July 20.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 55. Printed, s. John F. Lacey. Re: Lt. Mackenzie.

 

32. 1864, July 20.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 5, s. B. F. Morey. Communications for Headquarters.

Box 2, Folder 21

Correspondence 1864, July 21-31.

 

1. 1864, July 21.[FS] to A. Lincoln. [ADf?]. Recommends promotion of Col. Clayton.

 

2. 1864, July 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 23. Printed. Re: J. J. Reynolds.

 

3. 1864, July 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 24. Printed. General court martial--Jos. Goodsell.

 

4. 1864, July 22.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Procuring horses, etc., personal, Arkansas campaign.

 

5. 1864, July 22.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Problem of transporting horses.

 

6. 1864, July 22.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Enemy movements.

 

7. 1864, July 23.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 56. Printed. Rations.

 

8. 1864, July 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 25. Printed. Re: allowable resignations of medical officers.

 

9. 1864, July 23.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 26. Printed. Abolishes Brigade Acting Inspector General Offices.

 

10. 1864, July 24.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Shelby's movements.

 

11. 1864, July 25.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 21. Printed, s. L. Carper. Prohibition on export of some agricultural products from Tennessee and use of grain for distilling.

 

12. 1864, July 25.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 27. Printed. W. H. Wood, Provost Marshall General of Division.

 

13. [1864?], July 25.Harriet F. Green to FS. ALS. Appeal.

 

14. 1864, July 25.[FS] to Geo. H. Gordon. [ADf]. Suggests procedure at St. Charles.

 

15. 1864, July 25.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 234. Printed. Crook and Emory.

 

16. 1864, July 26.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Bribery, Davidson's hostility.

 

17. 1864, July 26.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 235. Printed. Re-enlistments.

 

18. 1864, July 27.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 57. Printed. Military commission.

 

19. 1864, July 27.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 28. Printed. Leaves of absence, resignations, furloughs.

 

20. 1864, July 27.Division of West Mississippi - Office Medical Inspector and Chief Medical Officer. Printed circular No. 1. Titles.

 

21. 1864, July 27.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 58. Re-enlistments, musters-out.

 

22. 1864, July 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 29. Re: consolidation Corps d' Afrique.

 

23. [1864], July 28.Sallie McPhesters to FS. ALS. Thanks.

 

24. 1864, July 28.Sam. D. Tompkins to FS. ALS. Gratitude.

 

25. 1864, July 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 236. Printed. Re: W. F. Smith, E. O. C. Ord, J. H. Martindale, D. B. Birney, A. H. Terry.

 

26. 1864, July 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 237. Printed. Re: Wallace, Hunter, Wright.

 

27. 1864, July 29.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 58. Printed. General court martial.

 

28. 1864, July 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 30. Printed. Rations.

 

29. 1864, July 29.Division of West Mississippi - Office Assistant Inspector General. Printed circular No. 3. Reports.

 

30. 1864, July 29.Sue M. Manter to FS. ALS. Re: Col. Manter's death, family's grief.

 

31. 1864, July 29.[FS] to E. R. S. Canby. Copy, fragment. Enemy activity, location.

 

32. 1864, July 30.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 31. Printed. Militia--compulsory military service.

 

33. 1864, July 30.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 238. Printed. O. O. Howard, H. W. Slocum, D. S. Stanley.

 

34. 1864, July 31.District of Eastern Arkansas. G.O. No. 47. Printed, s. W. Chandler. Mourning

Box 2, Folder 22

Correspondence 1864, August 1-7.

 

1. 1864, Aug. 1.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Reports skirmish near Big Creek, Shelby' force.

 

2. 1964, Aug. 1.[FS] to C. C. Washburn. ADf. Requests cooperation.

 

3. 1864, Aug. 1.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 59. Changes of mustering officers.

 

4. 1864, Aug. 2.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 32. Printed. Discharges.

 

5. 1864, Aug. 2.M. D. London (N. Y. Tribune) to FS. ALS. Helena threatened, local destruction, asks aid.

 

6. 1864, Aug. 2.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 61. Re: new commissions and term of service in volunteers.

 

7. 1864, Aug. 3.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 59. Printed. Aug. 4--day of humiliation and prayer.

 

8. 1864, Aug. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 33. Printed Trade and intercourse with or in rebel States.

 

9. 1864, Aug. 4.Anna Laing to FS. ALS. Asks leave of absence for fiance.

 

10. 1864, Aug. 5.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 239. Printed. Reprimand Lt. L. M. Gardner.

 

11. 1864, Aug. 6.P. St. George Cooke to FS. ALS. Gen. McClellan adopted his cavalry tactics

 

12. 1864, Aug. 7.[FS] to C. C. Washburn. ADf. Gen. West after McRea and Shelby, Washburn's seizure of FS's horses and troops at Memphis.

 

13. 1864, Aug. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 240. Printed. Middle Military Division, Sheridan.

Box 2, Folder 23

Correspondence 1864, August 8-19.

 

1. 1864, Aug. 8.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 60. Printed. General court martial.

 

2. 1864, Aug. 8.[FS] to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Reports on move against enemy, Dobbins at Helena.

 

3. 1864, Aug. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 242. Printed. Amnesty to insurgent enemies.

 

4. 1864, Aug. 9.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 34. Printed. Accounting for public monies from sale of seized property, etc.

 

5. 1864, Aug. 9.W. Myers to FS. ALS. Staff personal differences (Carr and Henry), Missouri guerrillas.

 

6. 1864, Aug. 9.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 241. Printed. Re: J. C. Davis. [possibly misdated].

 

7. 1864, Aug. 9.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 243. Printed. Muster of recruits for new organizations.

 

8. 1864, Aug. 10.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 35. Printed. Officers dismissed.

 

9. 1864, Aug. 11.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 61. Printed. s. W. D. Green. Court martial.

 

10. 1864, Aug. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 36. Printed, s. John F. S. Gray. Headquarters of 19th Army Corps at New Orleans.

 

11. 1864, Aug. 12.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 22. Printed. Rebel deserters and refugees.

 

12. 1864, Aug. 12.Sarah Palmer to FS. ALS. Sends punch bowl and glasses.

 

13. 1864, Aug. 12.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 244. Printed. Transportation of school books for Freedmen.

 

14. 1864, Aug. 12.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 245. Printed. An act to provide for efficiency of Navy.

 

15. 1864, Aug. 13.[B. O. Carr] to Lewis B. Parsons. True copy s. C. A. Henry. Re: scarcity of forage, transportation. On verso: copies of referral by Parsons 8/24/64, Parsons to Carr 8/25/64.

 

16. 1864, Aug. 13.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 246. Printed. Rules and regulations for preventing collisions on the water.

 

17-18. 1864, Aug. 14.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 37. 2 copies, one s. A. S. Montgomery. Officers to move with troops.

 

19. 1864, Aug. 14.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. West's victory at Searcy, move against Shelby.

 

20. 1864, Aug. 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 62. Printed. Re-enlistments and bounties.

 

21. 1864, Aug. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 295. [of 1863]. Soldiers from Minnesota allowed to vote in State elections. Stamp of E. D. Townsend.

 

22. 1864, Aug. 16.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 63. Printed. Enroll and organize local militia.

 

23. 1864, Aug. 17.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 64. Printed. J. Jaehne dishonorably dismissed.

 

24. 1864, Aug. 18.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 64. Necessary papers for transfers.

 

25. 1864, Aug. 18.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 65. Veteran Reserve Corps.

 

26. 1864, Aug. 19.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 38. Printed. An act to establish a uniform systems of ambulances in armies of U.S.

Box 2, Folder 24

Correspondence 1864, August 20-31.

 

1. 1864, Aug. 20.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 65. Printed. West, chief of cavalry for Dept.

 

2. 1864, Aug. 20.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 39. Printed. Holding correspondence with or giving intelligence to enemy directly or indirectly punishable by death. Cook of the N. Y. Herald and Chadwick of N. Y. Tribune.

 

3. 1864, Aug. 20.J. Young Scammons to FS. ALS. Enquires as to the conduct of his son, worried about liquor.

 

4. 1864, Aug. 20.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Rebels moving toward Little Rock, Magruder superceded Price, to hold Pine Bluff.

 

5. 1864, Aug. 20.[FS] to Richard Yates. ADf. Requests another company for pontoon battalion and that Max Webber command the battalion.

 

6. 1864, Aug. 21.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 40. Printed. Discontinue U.S. General Hospital at Natchez.

 

7. 1864, Aug. 22.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 28. Printed. R. W. Johnson, chief of cavalry of Division.

 

8. 1864, Aug. 22.War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 452. Contemporary holograph copy, extract. L. Rhoades Honorably mustered out. s. C. H. Whittelsey.

 

9. 1864, Aug. 24.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 66. Printed. General court martial.

 

10. 1864, Aug. 25.T. D. Seawell to FS. ALS. Wishes to be recommended as an officer.

 

11. 1864, Aug. 25.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 247. Printed. Uniform for chaplains.

 

12. 1864, Aug. 26.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 24. Printed. Eastern, Chief Quarter Master of Division.

 

13. 1864, Aug. 26.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 41. Printed. Rations for civilian employees.

 

14. 1864, Aug. 26.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy certified by W. D. Green. Rebel attack on Railroad, Devall's Bluff presumed next, Price reported planning a raid against Missouri.

 

15. 1864, Aug. 26.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 68. Enlistment bounties.

 

16. 1864, Aug. 27.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 67. Printed. Military commission.

 

17. 1864, Aug. 27.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Shipping forage.

 

18. 1864, Aug. 28.Armies of the United States. S.O. No. 82. Printed. Confederate deserters.

 

19. 1864, Aug. 29.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 25. Printed, s. C. [S.?] Newlin. Trade with States in insurrection.

 

20. 1864, Aug. 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 42. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Amnesty to insurgent enemies.

 

21. 1864, Aug. 29.Lewis Merrill. to[FS]. ALS. Quelling a rumor re: reasons for removal of his regiment, Etc., thinks McClellan will be nominated at Chicago.

 

22. 1864, Aug. 30.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 248. Printed. Hunter replaced by Crook, Dept. of West Virginia.

 

23. 1864, Aug. 30.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 249. Printed. E. S. Parker, private secretary on Grant's staff

 

24. 1864, Aug. 31.Division of W. Mississippi. Printed circular No. 6. Captured maps or drawings of Mobile Bay.

 

25. 1864, Aug. 31.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 43. Gaster court martial.

 

26. 1864, Aug. 31.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 250. Printed. Rolls of prisoners of war.

 

27. 1864, Aug. 31.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 251. Printed. Courts martial for separate Brigades.

 

28. 1864, Aug. 31.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 252. Printed. Exams for Quarter Master officers, etc.

Box 2, Folder 25

Correspondence 1864, September 1-9.

 

1. 1864, Sept. 1.T. M. Jacks. Aphorisms on Government. Printed broadside.

 

2. 1864, Sept. 1.R. R. Livingston to [FS]. ALS. Re: Indian raid in North Dakota.

 

3. 1864, Sept. 1.[?] M_____ to [FS]. ALS. Railroad, McClellan's nomination.

 

4. 1864, Sept. 1.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Tel., copy. Shelby's movements.

 

5. 1864, Sept. 1.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 71. Authorized Commissaries and Assistant Commissaries of Musters.

 

6. 1864, Sept. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 44. Printed. Rations.

 

7. 1864, Sept. 3.R. B. Marcy to FS. ALS. McClellan's nomination at Democratic convention, Sherman's capture of Atlanta.

 

8. 1864, Sept. 5.G. L. Miller to [FS]. ALS. Pro McClellan, Presidential campaign, Wheeler at Jenkins Ferry.

 

9. 1864, Sept. 6.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 45. Printed. Authority for granting furloughs and discharges.

 

10. 1864, Sept. 6.J. W. Grimes to [FS]. ALS. Fails to secure appointment for Capt. Joy.

 

11. 1864, Sept. 6.FS to C. C. Andrews. Tel., copy s. W. D. Green. Col. Stoneman, Napier beat Witt.

 

12. 1864, Sept. 6.FS to O. O. Washburn. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Rebel movements, plan attack on Little Rock, asks aid.

 

13. 1864, Sept. 6.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 72. Terms of re-enlistment.

 

14. 1864, Sept. 6.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 73. Mustering out of officers.

 

15. 1864, Sept. 7.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Reinforcements, to take field against Shelby and Fagan.

 

16. 1864, Sept. 8.G. B. McClellan. Letter of Acceptance. Printed broadside.

 

17. 1864, Sept. 9.E. D. Chapman to C. A. Henry. Copy s. C. A. Henry. Forage requisition.

 

18. 1864, Sept. 9.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 46. Printed. Speedy punishment of guerrillas.

 

19. 1864, Sept. 9.C. A. Henry to E. D. Chapman. [ALS?]. Forage requisitions.

 

20. 1864, Sept. 9.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Lewisburg skirmish, parole of prisoners.

Box 2, Folder 26

Correspondence 1864, September 10-20.

 

1. 1864, Sept. 10.C. A. Henry to FS. ALS. Deficiency of forage.

 

2. 1864, Sept. 10.FS to Wm. S. Rosecrans. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Price heading for Missouri.

 

3 1864, Sept. 10.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 253. Printed. Retirement of Gen. George D. Ramsay.

 

4. 1864, Sept. 12.Dept. of Arkansas. Printed circular. Requests report of those on detached service.

 

5. 1864, Sept. 12.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 47. Printed. Staff of Major General commanding.

 

6. 1864, Sept. 12.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy s. W. D. Green. Enemy strength at Monticello, etc.

 

7. 1864, Sept. 12.FS to J. A. Mower. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Instructions to operate against Price and Shelby.

 

8. 1864, Sept. 12.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 254. Printed. Deserters.

 

9. 1864, Sept. 12.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 255. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

10. 1864, Sept. 13.J. A. Newberry to FS. ALS. A southern Union sympathiser wants to send word to his wife.

 

11. 1864, Sept. 13.War Department, Ordnance Office. Printed, stamped Geo. T. Balch. Request for Return.

 

12. 1864, Sept. 14.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 48. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Suspension of exchange of prisoners.

 

13. 1864, Sept. 14.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 49. Printed. General court martial at Morganzia.

 

14. 1864, Sept. 15.E. T. Burr to FS. ALS. Wishes a hearing or to be released from parole.

 

15. 1864, Sept. 15.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 50. Proceedings of Council of War at New Orleans.

 

16. 1864, Sept. 15.Division of West Mississippi - Office Assistant Inspector General. Printed circular No. 4.

 

17. 1864, Sept. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 257. Printed. Commercial intercourse between loyal and insurrectionary States.

 

18. 1864, Sept. 16.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Price and Shelby.

 

19. 1864, Sept. 16.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Mower expedition to start immediately.

 

20. 1864, Sept. 17.Mrs. M. E. Bruce to FS. ALS. Personal thanks, requests eatables.

 

21. 1864, Sept. 17.Geo. A. Mitchell to FS. ALS. Record of payments made to FS.

 

22. 1864, Sept. 17.FS to A. J. Mower. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Sending guides, suggests ways of crossing rivers.

 

23. 1864, Sept. 19.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 68. Printed. General court martial.

 

24. 1864, Sept. 19.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 69. Printed. s. John F. Lacey. Lines of occupation defined contraband.

 

25. 1864, Sept. 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 258. Printed. Fines imposed by military courts.

 

26. 1864, Sept. 20.L. E. Barber and E. W. Crowl to FS. ANS. Invitation to lunch at Treasury Rooms.

 

27. 1864, Sept. 20.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 51. Printed. Products of insurrectionary districts coming from beyond lines of occupation.

 

28. 1864, Sept. 20.John J. Peck. Siege of Suffolk--Chancellorsville. Printed broadside.

Box 2, Folder 27

Correspondence 1864, September 21-30.

 

1. 1864, Sept. 21.Geo. A. Mitchell to [FS]. ALS. Shifting seat buggy, horses, payment of army in Arkansas.

 

2. 1864, Sept. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 259. Printed. Sheridan to command Middle Military Division.

 

3. 1864, Sept. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 260. Bills for job printing.

 

4. 1864, Sept. 22.Thomas O'Reilly to [FS]. ALS. Mr. Hirsch, a dangerous enemy.

 

5. 1864, Sept. 22.FS to Mrs. Bruce. ALS. Flattering refusal.

 

6. 1864, Sept. 22.FS to J. J. Raynolds. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Rebels from Texas to attack Ft. Smith.

 

7. 1864, Sept. 22.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 75. Regulations for volunteer officers.

 

8. 1864, Sept. 22.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 261. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

9. 1864, Sept. 23.Theo[bald] Hartmann to FS. ALS. Muster out of members of 13th Illinois Cavalry Volunteers.

 

10. 1864, Sept. 23.FS to J. J. Reynolds. Copy s. W. D. Green. Texas troops.

 

11. 1864, Sept. 23.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 262. Printed. Travel permits for officers of benevolent associations, etc.

 

12. 1864, Sept. 24.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Cavalry. Printed circular No. 5. Cavalry duty, use of cavalry.

 

13. 1864, Sept. 26.M. M. Hayden to FS. ALS. Re: a published letter of Lt. Hosford.

 

14. 1864, Sept. 26.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Enemy movements in Arkansas.

 

15. 1864, Sept. 26.John B. Steele to FS. ALS. FS has been attacked in newspapers, politics.

 

16. 1864, Sept. 27.Stephen Miller [Governor of Minnesota] to FS. ALS. Wants of 3rd Minnesota Volunteers.

 

17. 1864, Sept. 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 52. Printed.

 

18. 1864, Sept. 28.W. D. Green to J. G. Haskell. Official copy s. Green. Relieve all enlisted cavalry on detached service.

 

19. 1864, Sept. 28.W. D. Green to J. H. Pratt. Official copy s. Green. Same as #18.

 

20. 1864, Sept. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 263. Printed. Hooker to command Northern Dept.

 

21. 1864, Sept. 30.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 53. Printed. Court martial.

 

22. 1864, Sept. 30.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 54. Printed. Court martial of Lt. Col. Chas. E. Clark.

 

23. 1864, Sept. 30.John F. Lacey to FS. ALS. Re: Price, Sheridan's victory, price of gold down.

 

24. 1864, Sept. 30.Geo. O. Sokalski to [FS]. ALS. Information re: Price's movements.

 

25. 1864, Sept. 30.[FS] to Powell Clayton. Copy tel., fragment. Sending reinforcements to Pine Bluff.

Box 2, Folder 28

Correspondence 1864, October 1-10.

 

1. 1864, Oct. 1.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 79. Changes of commissaries and assistant commissaries.

 

2. 1864, Oct. 1.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 264. Printed. Printing bills.

 

3. 1864, Oct. 1.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 265. Printed. Distribution of election tickets and proxies in the Army.

 

4. 1864, Oct. 3.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 70. Printed. 100 gun salute for Sheridan's victory.

 

5. 1864, Oct. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 55. Printed. Military commission.

 

6. 1864, Oct. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 56. Printed. Acting ordnance officers.

 

7. 1864, Oct. 3.FS to Powell Clayton. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Sending cavalry brigade.

 

8. 1864, Oct. 4.J. D. O'Connell to FS. ALS. Wants promotion.

 

9. 1864, Oct. 4.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Magruder against Pine Bluff, etc.

 

10. 1864, Oct. 4.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 266. Printed Clothing allowance.

 

11. 1864, Oct. 4.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 267. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

12. 1864, Oct. 5.S. C. Benham to FS. ADS. Mess bill and cover.

 

13. 1864, Oct. 5.W. S. Rosecrans to FS. LS. Movements of enemy, Pilot's Knob.

 

14. 1864, Oct. 5.John M. Thayer to [FS]. ALS. Situation at Ft. Smith, enemy movements, Blunt.

 

15. 1864, Oct. 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 285. Printed. Aid to Treasury Dept. officers and agents.

 

16a. 1864, Oct. 7.Alfred Brown to FS. ALS. Appeal.

 

16b. 1864, Oct. 7.S. H. Tucker to FS. ALS. Appeal.

 

17-19. 1864, Oct. 8.C. T. Christensen to F. J. Herron. 3 copies, one s. Wm. Hyde Clarke, two s. Chas. T. Scammon. Orders on inspection of irregularities in Dept. of Arkansas: fraud in supply depts. of Ft. Smith, etc.

 

20. 1864, Oct. 8.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Re: inspection tour by Herron.

 

21. 1864, Oct. 8.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 7. Re: provision returns.

 

22. 1864, Oct. 8.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 57. Printed. Re: H. R. Putnam.

 

23. 1864, Oct. 8.Unknown [Clara] to Dear Sister. ALS. Louisville, Ky., school and family.

 

24. 1864, Oct. 9.Edw. B. Hubbard to FS. ALS. Return to service, rank.

 

25. 1864, Oct. 9.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Enemy withdrawal.

 

26. 1864, Oct. 10.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. Duvalls Bluff, wants more men.

 

27. 1864, Oct. 10.[Joseph H. Brown] to Dear Relatives. A True Copy of a letter captured by a scout of this dept. s. L. B. Nash. Re: Confederates in Arkansas.

 

28. 1864, Oct. 10.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 268. Printed. Re-enlistment.

Box 2, Folder 29

Correspondence 1864, October 11-20.

 

1. 1864, Oct. 11.J. W. Davidson to FS. LS. Recalling detached cavalrymen.

 

2. 1864, Oct. 11.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 8. Re: Lt. Col. Samuel Hamblen, 10th Regiment U. S. Heavy Artillery (colored).

 

3. 1864, Oct. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 58. Printed. Reprint of a letter of Henry W. Allen to J. A. Seddon recommending use of negroes as soldiers in Confederate Army.

 

4. 1864, Oct. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 59. Printed. Recapture of regimental flags.

 

5. 1864, Oct. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 60. Printed. Fines.

 

6. 1864, Oct. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 61. Printed. Detention of steamboats.

 

7. 1864, Oct. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 269. Printed. Money and property taken from political prisoners and prisoners of war.

 

8. 1864, Oct. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 270. Printed. Duties of Bureau of Military Justice.

 

9. 1864, Oct. 13.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 62. Printed. Keily court martial.

 

10. 1864, Oct. 13.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Ft. Smith, to reoccupy Lewisburg.

 

11. 1864, Oct. 14.E. R. S. Canby to FS. Copy tel. Re: Reynolds.

 

12. 1864, Oct. 15.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 63. Printed. Rules on sale of intoxicating drinks by steamers.

 

13. 1864, Oct. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 271. Printed. Hospitals for officers.

 

14. 1864, Oct. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 272. Printed. Details for Volunteer Recruiting Service.

 

15. 1864, Oct. 16.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. His division at Duvalls Bluff.

 

16. 1864, Oct. 16.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 64. Printed. Dismissal of officers.

 

17. 1864, Oct. 17.E. R. S. Canby to FS. Copy s. C. T. Christensen. Rebel movements, reinforcements, Reynolds.

 

18. 1864, Oct. 17.Dept. of Arkansas. S.O. No. 255. Printed extract. F. J. Herron.

 

19. 1864, Oct. 17.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. Re: his inspection, free access.

 

20. 1864, Oct. 18.Adjutant General's Office to FS. DS OF S. F. Chalfin. Forwarding Steele's commission as Lt. Col. in 3rd U. S. Infantry.

 

21. 1864, Oct. 18.E. R. S. Canby to FS. Copy tel. Re: capture of ciphered dispatch from Jefferson Davis, rebels to cross Arkansas.

 

22. 1864, Oct. 18.R. B. Marcy to FS. ALS. Situation at Memphis, movements of enemy.

 

23. 1864, Oct. 19.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. To reissue orders through FS.

 

24. 1864, Oct. 19.Copy of #23, s. J. B. Wheeler.

 

25. 1864, Oct. 19.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Rebel movements, Price to return.

 

26. 1864, Oct. 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 273. Printed. Acting Assistant surgeons.

 

27. 1864, Oct. 19.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 274. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

28. 1864, Oct. 20.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 9. Government bakeries.

 

29. 1864, Oct. 20.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. Detached cavalry employed in Quarter Master and Commissary Depts., etc., use of.

 

30. 1864, Oct. 20.Copy of #29, s. J. B. Wheeler.

 

31. 1864, Oct. 20.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. Sending dismounted cavalry to re-mount camp.

 

32. 1864, Oct. 20.Copy of #31, s. J. B. Wheeler.

 

33. 1864, Oct. 20.Peter [F.] Sullivan to FS. ALS. Warns of personal enemies.

 

34. 1864, Oct. 20.Robert Q. T. White et al to FS. ADS, also s. C. F. Jordan, Isaac Murphy, A. [N?] Hargrove, E. D. Ayres and I. R. Berry. Application for aid to hold elections in several Arkansas counties.

Box 2, Folder 30

Correspondence 1864, October 21-31.

 

1. 1864, Oct. 21.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. Transmitting copy of his original instructions.

 

2. 1864, Oct. 21.F. J. Herron to FS. Certified copy by J. B. Wheeler, also certified by B. O. Carr. Shipping by rail of large amounts of private goods has delayed transport of Army supplies, instructions.

 

3. 1864, Oct. 21.B. J. D. Irwin to FS. ALS. Introducing D. Evans.

 

4. 1864, Oct. 22.B. H. Campbell to FS. ALS. Treasury agent moved to Vicksburg, FS placed in trying position, the war a test of this form of government.

 

5. 1864, Oct. 22.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 81. Extension of furloughs in Illinois for election.

 

6. 1864, Oct. 22.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 346. Printed. Trial of George Woolfolk for spying, death sentence remitted.

 

7. 1864, Oct. 24.E. R. S. Canby to J. J. Reynolds. Copy s. S. C. Farrington. Magruder's movements.

 

8. 1864, Oct. 24.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy s. W. D. Green. Reynolds, skirmish near Princeton, Ft. Smith--thinks Price will attack, objects to Harron's orders to dismount cavalry, etc.

 

9. 1864, Oct. 24.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 275. Printed. Re: N. J. T. Dana.

 

10. 1864, Oct. 24.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 276. Printed. Volunteer Recruiting Service

 

11. 1864, Oct. 24.War Department - Ordnance Office. Letter stamped T. J. Treadwell. Re: returns.

 

12. 1864, Oct. 25.Dept. of Arkansas. S.O. No. 262. Printed, s. W. D. Green. Recall of Cavalry men on detached duty.

 

13. 1864, Oct. 25.War Department - Ordnance Office. Letter s. T. J. Treadwell. Similar to #11.

 

14. 1864, Oct. 26.B. O. Carr to FS. LS, [a true copy E. H.]. Herron's communication, denies charges. [Water damaged].

 

15. 1864, Oct. 26.Dept. of Arkansas. S.O. No. 263. Printed, s. W. D. Green, to C. T. Christensen. List of men detailed as clerks to Assistant Adjutant General's office.

 

16. 1864, Oct. 26.W. D. Green to J. M. Thayer. Copy of letter certified by W. D. Green. Orders return of enlisted men to 3rd Wisconsin Cavalry Volunteers.

 

17. 1864, Oct. 26.Joe A. Hughston to J. B. Steele. ALS. Nephew wants appointment to FS's staff.

 

18. 1864, Oct. 26.John S. Phelps to FS. ALS. Re: Price's movements, the Missouri Democrat (newspaper?), Banks' defeat.

 

19. 1864, Oct. 27.Thomas Baldwin to FS. ALS. Forny [sic] to move against Little Rock or Pine Bluff. Docket 10/28/64. NS of J. J. Reynolds.

 

20. 1864, Oct. 27.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 28. Printed, stamped M. Rochester. J. H. Wilson new chief of cavalry replacing R. W. Johnson.

 

21. 1864, Oct. 28.J. J. Reynolds (s. on docket) to FS. Forwards copy of John M. Crebs' report on reconnaissance to Gaines' Landing, dated 10/27/64.Rebels plan to move against Little Rock and Pine Bluff.

 

22. 1864, Oct. 28.FS to C.T. Christensen. LS. Forward S.O. No. 263, asks approval. Disapproved by C.T.C. 11/18/64.

 

23. 1864, Oct. 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 65. Foreign exchange.

 

24. 1864, Oct. 29.Geo. H. McLoughlin to FS. ALS. Personal and requests appointment as acting aide on FS's staff.

 

25. 1864, Oct. 29.L. B. [Nash] to J. L. Chandler. ADS. Statement of the forces of the enemy serving in the Dept. of Arkansas. Forwarding ANS of J. L. Chandler to A.G.O.

 

26. 1864, Oct. 29.Mrs. [Caroline?] Scott to FS. AN. Sends ham of venison.

 

27. 1864, Oct. 29.FS to J. M. Thayer. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Instructions should Price come by Ft. Smith, sending subsistance stores, Magruder at Camden.

 

28. 1864, Oct. 30.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. Re: Devall's Bluff.

 

29. 1864, Oct. 30.Division of the Mississippi. G.O. No. 29. Printed, stamped M. Rochester. Re: Z. B. Tower, Inspector General of Fortifications in Division.

 

30. [1864, Oct.] General Summary of Forces of the Enemy serving in the Department of Arkansas and Missouri for the month of October 1864. s. J. L. Chandler.

 

31. [1864, Oct.] Monthly Report of the Forces of the Enemy serving in the Departments of Arkansas and Missouri for the month of October 1864. s. J. L. Chandler.

Box 2, Folder 31

Correspondence 1864, November 1-14.

 

1. 1864, Nov. 1.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 71. Printed. General court martial.

 

2. 1864, Nov. 3.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 10. Pay District of the Gulf.

 

3. 1864, Nov. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 66. Printed. Re: War Dept. Circular No. 80.--regular officers of Volunteer forces.

 

4. 1864, Nov. 3.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Artillery. Printed circular No. 3. Re: blank forms of Inspection Reports. s. Alfred Fredberg.

 

5. 1864, Nov. 4.C. C. Andrews to E. L. Joy. ALS. Re: Mr. Perham, does not recommend clemency.

 

6. 1864, Nov. 4.P. J. Clarke to FS. ALS. Asks conditionally for chaplaincy of Post at Pine Bluff.

 

7. 1864, Nov. 4.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 67. Printed. Rates of military transportation on Mississippi River and tributaries.

 

8. 1864, Nov. 4.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Magruder toward Little Rock in force, Price defeated in Missouri, no supplies in country.

 

9. 1864, Nov. 5.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 72. Printed. Military commission.

 

10. 1864, Nov. 7.F. N. Burke and Mary Eva Coolidge. Printed. [Wedding] announcement or invitation and cover.

 

11. 1864, Nov. 7.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 73. Printed. Organization of personal, general and attached staff of FS.

 

12. 1864, Nov. 7.F. J. Herron to FS. ALS. Safe arrival at Ft. Smith, Price's movements.

 

13. 1864, Nov. 7.Jos. R. Smith to [FS]. ALS. Arrival at Ft. Smith, Price going West.

 

14. 1864, Nov. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 277. Printed. All troops on east bank of Mississippi detached and to report to Canby, etc.

 

15. 1864, Nov. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 278. Printed. Payment of citizen witnesses.

 

16. 1864, Nov. 8.Army of the Border. General Field Orders [G.F.O.]. Price's defeats, troops congratulated.

 

17. 1864, Nov. 8.Thomas Danovan to FS. ALS. Wants oats, etc.

 

18. 1864, Nov. 8.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 74. Printed. General court martial.

 

19. 1864, Nov. 8.[W. S.] Rosecrans to [FS]. ALS. Price in Missouri, and his defeat.

 

20. 1864, Nov. 8.[FS] to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. [Fragment]. FS's moves against Price.

 

21. 1864, Nov. 8.[FS] to [William] Myers. ADf. Forage.

 

22. 1864, Nov. 9.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Rebel movements.

 

23. 1864, Nov. 10.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 75. Printed. Military commission.

 

24. 1864, Nov. 10.2nd Division, 7th Army Corps [DeVall's Bluff] G.O. No. 57. Printed. Discipline.

 

25. 1864, Nov. 10.FS to E. R. S. Canby. - Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. DeValls Bluff, no mules, Magruder.

 

26. 1864, Nov. 10.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 279. Printed. Termination of furloughs.

 

27. 1864, Nov. 11.Stephen Miller to FS. ALS. Re: medical relief of 3rd Minnesota Regiment.

 

28. 1864, Nov. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 280. Printed. Re: H. W. Wessells and Hoffman.

 

29. 1864, Nov. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 281. Printed. Officers of Quarter Master, Commissary, and Pay Dept. acting on Boards of Examiners.

 

30. 1864, Nov. 12.FS to E. R. S. Canby. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Arrival of Herron et al at Ft. Smith, Price's movements, Shelby, lack of forage.

 

31. 1864, Nov. 14.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 282. Printed. Resignation of McClellan, promotion of Sheridan to Major General.

 

32. 1864, Nov. 14.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 283. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

33. 1864, Nov. 14.Oliver Wood to FS. ALS. Failure in recruiting, wants promotion.

Box 3, Folder 32

Correspondence 1864, November 15-20.

 

1. 1864, Nov. 15.C. C. Andrews to C. H. Dyer. Copy by Jno. S. [Bredinburgh] to FS. Movements, of enemy, McCray.

 

2. 1864, Nov. 15.Dept. of Arkansas. Printed circular. Asking lists of absent enlisted men.

 

3. 1864, Nov. 15.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 76. Printed. General court martial.

 

20. 1864, Nov. 19.Powell Clayton to FS. ALS. Sends a lieutenant on business.

 

21. 1864, Nov. 19.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 68. Printed. Sheldon Sturgeon, Mustering Officer.

 

22. 1864, Nov. 19.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief Artillery and Ordnance. Circular No. 4. Holograph copy s. Jas. Totten. Horse medicines.

 

23. 1864, Nov. 19.L. C. White et al to FS. ALS. Request for mass meeting to celebrate re-election of Lincoln. Also s. J. C. Butler and W. C. Crowl.

 

24. [1864?], Nov. 20.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. Picking up enemy, general activity and plans, rebels on furlough.

 

25. 1864, Nov. 20.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 69. Districts of West Tennessee and Vicksburg combined under N. J. T. Dana.

Box 3, Folder 33

Correspondence 1864, November 21-30.

 

1. 1864, Nov. 21.Isaac Murphy et al to FS. DS. Petition requesting FS to secure services of Capt. Henry as Assistant Quarter Master. Also s. W. W. Fishback, Robert J. T. White, C. C. Bliss, C. A. Harper, E. D. Ayres, T. D. W. [Yoreley?].

 

2. 1864, Nov. 21.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Re: Mr. Bross, stories about FS, his position at War Dept., etc.

 

3. 1864, Nov. 21.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 70. Printed. Navy does not need any more men from Army.

 

4. 1864, Nov. 22.A. E. [Steele] (Mrs. John B.) to FS. ALS. Personal.

 

5. 1864, Nov. 22.[FS] to [L. C. White et al]. ADf. Accepts invitation of loyal citizens of Arkansas to attend mass meeting in honor of Lincoln's re-election.

 

6. 1864, Nov. 22.John B. Steele to [FS]. ALS. Lost election to Congress.

 

7. 1864, Nov. 22.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 286. Printed. Modification of uniform regulations.

 

8. 1864, Nov. 24.Eliza M. Bartlett to FS. ALS. Re: house repeirs.

 

9. 1864, Nov. 24.FS to J. J. Reynolds. ADfS. Arkansas River for transporting supplies, opposed to breaking up Ft. Smith.

 

10. 1864, Nov. 24.FS to J. J. Reynolds. Official copy of #9 s. W. D. Green.

 

11. 1864, Nov. 24.FS to J. J. Reynolds. Copy s. W. D. Green. Progress of fortification.

 

12. 1864, Nov. 24.FS to J. J. Reynolds. Copy of #11.

 

13. 1864, Nov. 24.J. B. Wheeler to FS. ALS. Re: holding line of the Arkansas River, estimates of men and arms needed.

 

14. 1864, Nov. 25.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 71. Printed. Steele relieved from command of Dept. of Arkansas, Reynolds assigned to his post.

 

15. 1864, Nov. 25.Robert J. T. White to FS. ALS. Re: Arkansas situation and rumors.

 

16. 1864, Nov. 26.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 84. Clothing of discharged draftees.

 

17. 1864, Nov. 26.J. B. Wheeler to FS. ALS. Number and calibre of guns in Dept.

 

18. 1864, Nov. 27.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 72. Printed. Safe conducts or permits.

 

19. 1864, Nov. 27.FS to J. J. Reynolds. Copy s. W. D. Green. Price's command broken up, rebel positions.

 

20. 1864, Nov. 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 73. Printed. General court martial.

 

21. 1864, Nov. 28.War Department - A.G.O. Printed circular No. 85. Deserters.

 

22. 1864, Nov. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 287. Printed. Order for raising and organizing a new Volunteer Army Corps.

 

23. 1864, Nov. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 288. Printed. Establishes Dept. of Mississippi, Dana commanding.

 

24. 1864, Nov. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 289. Printed. Fuel and quarters allowances.

 

25. 1864, Nov. 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 74. Printed. Re: E. H. Abadie.

 

26. 1864, Nov. 29.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 75. Printed. Extract of War Dept. S.O. No. 397.

 

27. 1864, Nov. 29.J. J. Reynolds to FS. LS. Wants FS's views on FT. Smith.

 

28. 1864, Nov. 29.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 290. Printed, s. E. D. Townsend. FS relieved of command, ordered to report to Canby, Reynolds to replace him.

 

29. 1864, Nov. 29.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 291. Printed. T. P. Andrews retired.

 

30. 1864, Nov. 29.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 292. Printed. Laborers for policing General Hospitals.

 

31. 1864, Nov. 30.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 79. Printed. War Dept. S.O. No. 397.

 

32. 1864, Nov. 30.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Artillery and Ordnance. Printed circular No. 5. War Dept. - Ordnance Office Circular No. 25, Series of 1863. Ordnance officers. s. Alfred Fredberg.

 

33. 1864, Nov. 30.[FS] to R. J. White. Copy of letter. Civil and military control in Arkansas.

 

34. 1864, Nov.?].John [S. Phelps] to FS. ALS. Re: petitions, re-election of Lincoln.

 

35. 1864, Nov.L. B. Nash (Secret Service). Monthly Report of the Forces of the Enemy serving in the Depts. West of the Mississippi River as estimated by Nash. Holograph document in several hands.

Box 3, Folder 34

Correspondence 1864, December 1-16.

 

1. 1864, Dec. 1.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 80. Printed. s. John F. Lacey. Re: C. A. Henry.

 

2. 1864, Dec. 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 76. Printed. Maximum amount of transportation allowed in the field.

 

3. 1864, Dec. 1.[FS] to Seventh Army Corps. ADf. Farewell address.

 

4. 1864, Dec. 1.FS to L. Thomas. LS. Recommending promotions in Quarter Master Dept.

 

5. 1864, Dec. 1.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 293. Printed. Dept. of Susquehanna now Pennsylvania.

 

6. 1864, Dec. 2.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 294. Printed. Dodge replaces Rosecrans in Dept. of Missouri.

 

7. 1864, Dec. 2.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 295. Printed. Exchange of prisoners.

 

8. 1864, Dec. 2.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 296. Printed. Transportation of stores and books for Freedmen.

 

9. 1864, Dec. 3.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 81. Printed, s. John F. Lacey. General court martial.

 

10. 1864, Dec. 3.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 297. Printed. Changes in organization of the Army of the James.

 

11. 1864, Dec. 4.D. E. Sickles to FS. ALS. Personal, McClellan, etc.

 

12. 1864, Dec. 4.FS to J. J. Reynolds. ALS.

 

13. 1864, Dec. 6.C. C. Andrews to FS. ALS. DeVall's Bluff.

 

14. 1864, Dec. 6.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 82. Printed. s. W. D. Green. Military commission.

 

15. 1864, Dec. 6.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 77. Printed. Fines.

 

16. 1864, Dec. 6.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 78. Printed. General court martial.

 

17. 1864, Dec. 6.[FS] to J. J. Reynolds. ADf. Information re: enemy from spy, boats can't get through to Ft. Smith.

 

18. 1864, Dec. 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 298. Printed. Declaration of Exchange of prisoners of war.

 

19. 1864, Dec. 7.Loyal Case to FS. ALS. Applications for trade permits.

 

20. 1864, Dec. 7.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 79. Printed. War Dept. General Court Martial Orders No. 350. Trial of R. B. Locke.

 

21. 1864, Dec. 7.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 80. Printed. Executive order of 9/24/64-- purchase for U.S. of products of States in insurrection, etc.

 

22. 1864, Dec. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 299. Printed. Supplies to POWs.

 

23. 1864, Dec. 8.Powell Clayton to FS. ALS. Regrets FS leaving, wants to be reassigned to serve under FS.

 

24. 1864, Dec. 8.Dept. of Arkansas. G.O. No. 83. Printed. War Dept. S.O. No. 419, extract. Dismissal of R. S. Donaldson.

 

25. 1864, Dec. 8.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 12. Pay District of the Gulf.

 

26. 1864, Dec. 9.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 13. Records of proceedings by courts martial, military commissions and courts of inquiry.

 

27. 1864, Dec. 9.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 81. Printed. Promotion of J. B. Cook.

 

28. 1864, Dec. 11.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 82. Printed. Planters planning to sell property move into interior, take negroes with them to re-enslave them; protection of negroes from fraud.

 

29. 1864, Dec. 11.[FS] to E. R. S. Canby. ADf. Ft. Smith, report that Price is dead. I think the rebels have given up this state back to the valley of Red river.

 

30. 1864, Dec. 12.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 14. Reports of musters.

 

31. 1864, Dec. 12.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 83. Printed. District Commanders' authority to grant medical discharges and furloughs revoked.

 

32. 1864, Dec. 13.C. T. Christensen to FS. Copy tel. s. W. D. Green. Directs vacation of Ft. Smith.

 

33. 1864, Dec. 13.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 84. Printed. General court martial--N. H. Peterson.

 

34. 1864, Dec. 13.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 85. Printed. Military commission--Thomas Murtaugh.

 

35. 1864, Dec. 13.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 86. Printed. General court martial--G. W. Pope.

 

36. 1864, Dec. 14.T. M. Blakley. DS. Certificate of Property Lost or Destroyed. List of equipment for which FS was responsible. Notarized by O. F. Price.

 

37. 1864, Dec. 15.J. R. Knapp to FS. ANS.

 

38. 1864, Dec. 16.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 15. Care of mail.

 

39. 1864, Dec. 16.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 87. Printed. Military commission--H. L. Webster.

 

40. 1864, Dec. 16.War Department - Ordnance Office. Printed circular No. 65. Surplus ordnance stores.

Box 3, Folder 35

Correspondence 1864, December 17-31.

 

1. 1864, Dec. 17. Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 88. Printed. General court martial--Phillip Lewis, Charles Brown.

 

2. 1864, Dec. 17. Chas. T. Scammon to FS. ALS. Resignation as Major and Aide-de-Camp on FS's staff for conduct prejudicial to FS's interests.

 

3. 1864, Dec. 17. [FS] to Seventh Army Corps. Df. of farewell address.

 

4. 1864, Dec. 17. FS to Seventh Army Corps. Printed farewell address.

 

5. 1864, Dec. 19. War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 300. Printed. Organizations for relief of national freedmen.

 

6. 1864, Dec. 19. War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 301. Printed. Every officer and soldier capable of duty is wanted in the field.

 

7. 1864, Dec. 20. Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 89. Printed. General court martial--Maj. D. E. Bishop.

 

8. 1864, Dec. 21. War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 302. Printed. Presidential Proclamation calling for 300,000 volunteers.

 

9. 1864, Dec. 22. War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 303. Printed. Promotion of J. B. Cook.

 

10. 1864, Dec. 22. War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 462. Printed extract stamped E. D. Townsend. Discharge.

 

11. 1864, Dec. 25. W. T. Sherman to M. C. Meigs. Copy of letter Re: Sherman's march, army supply its own forage.

 

12. 1864, Dec. 26.4th Brigade, Reserve Corps - Proceedings of a Board of Survey. DS of M. A. Leahy, J. M. Denison, M. C. Brown. Docket by C. S. Little and another by S. A. Walling.

 

13. 1864, Dec. 26/War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 304. Printed. Re: W. J. L. Nicodemus.

 

14. 1864, Dec. 27.Charles Black to [James Totten]. ALS. Note 1/6/65, NS of Jas. Totten [to Canby?]. Recommends.

 

15. 1864, Dec. 27.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 305. Printed. Regulations concerning moneys taken from Soldiers at Draft Rendezvous.

 

16. 1864, Dec. 27.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 306. Printed. Regulations concerning hospitals.

 

17. 1864, Dec. 28.Amasa J. Parker to FS. ALS.

 

18. 1864, Dec. 29.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 16. Prohibits taking photos of fortifications and other military works.

 

19. 1864, Dec. 29.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 307. Printed. Coffins etc. for interment of officers.

 

20. 1864, Dec. 29.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 308. Printed. Passports for persons coming from foreign countries, excluding immigrants.

 

21. 1864, Dec. 31.Department of Arkansas. and 7th Army Corps. Monthly Return of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage.

 

22. [1864, Dec.?].Little Rock [Ark.] Citizens. List of signatures [fragment]. Tendering dinner.

 

23. [1864, Dec.?].Henry Sachs et al to FS. LS. Appreciation from Escort.

 

24. [1864, Dec.].[FS] to [Little Rock Citizens?]. ADf. Accepts dinner.

 

25. [1864, Dec.].[FS] to Jno. W. Moore. ADf. Thanks to Arkansas House of Representatives.

 

26. 1864, Dec.List of Articles Lost or Destroyed. DS of Geo. O. Sokalski. FS responsible.

 

27. [1864, Dec.?]. Why General Steele was Removed. Clipping.

 

28. [1864,?].C. C. Andrews to FS. ANS.

 

29. 1864,Robert J. T. White to FS. ALS Re: case of Mr. Parham, prisoner.

Box 3, Folder 36

Correspondence 1865, January 1-10.

 

1. 1865, Jan. 1.Dept. of Arkansas. S. O. No. 1. Printed, s. W. D. Green. 4th Brigade of Reserve Corps go to New Orleans.

 

2. 1865, Jan. 1.U.S. Military Academy. Printed circular, and ANS of Geo. W. Cullum [G.W.C.] to FS. Wants information on FS's career.

 

3. 1865, Jan. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Unlawful trade by private boats, seizure of same.

 

4. 1865, Jan. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. District of Natchez, Davidson to command.

 

5. 1865, Jan. 3.Division of West Mississippi - Office Assistant Inspector General. Printed circular No. 1. Re: reports.

 

6. 1865, Jan. 3.Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. AD. Report. Under orders to New Orleans.

 

7. 1865, Jan. 3.3rd Brigade Reserve Corps. G.O. No. 1. Printed, s. Geo. Monroe. C. C. Andrews to command.

 

8. 1865, Jan. 3.War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 2. Extract s. E. D. Townsend. Printed. Discharge of Wm. R. Moore.

 

9. 1865, Jan. 4Reserve Corps, MDWM - Report of troops. AD. Docket s. C. T. Christensen.

 

10. 1865, Jan. 4.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps. G.O. No. 2. Printed, s. Geo. Monroe. Re: drills.

 

11. 1865, Jan. 5.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 3. Printed. Monies from sales of seized properties, etc.

 

12. 1865, Jan. 5.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 5. Printed extract s. C. T. Christensen. C. S. McEntee assigned to duty with FS, commanding U.S. Forces at Kennerville, La.

 

13. 1865, Jan. 5.Chas. Thomas to E. R. S. Canby. Copy with NS of C. T. Christensen 1/29/65.Foraging system

 

14. 1865, Jan. 6.C. T. Christensen to [Daniel] Ullmann. Tel. signed, copied for FS. Andrews to report to FS with 3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps.

 

15. 1865, Jan. 6.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 6, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. F. W. Emery to report to Andrews.

 

16. 1865, Jan. 6.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 6, extract 6. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Lazelle to report to FS.

 

17. 1865, Jan. 6.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Artillery and Ordnance. Printed circular No. 1. Re: inspections and reports.

 

18. 1865, Jan. 7.W. P. Coleman to FS. ALS. Ruin of Bellegrove Mansion, occupation, etc.

 

19. 1865, Jan. 7.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 7., extract 6. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Atkinson to report of FS and McEntee.

 

20. 1865, Jan. 7.2nd Maine Cavalry Veteran Volunteers. Roster of officers s. [J. Wm. Haight, Jr.].

 

21. 1865, Jan. 7.3rd Brigade Reserve Corps. G.O. No. 3. Printed, s. Geo. Monroe. Camp orders.

 

22. 1865, Jan. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 1. Printed. B. F. Butler relieved of command.

 

23. 1865, Jan. 7.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 2. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Cost of clothing and equipage.

 

24. 1865, Jan. 8.Elias S. Dennis to John F. Lacey. LS. Recommendations for orderlies and clerks.

 

25. 1865, Jan. 8.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 4. Printed. Draft.

 

26. 1865, Jan. 8.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 5. Printed. Exchanged prisoners.

 

27. 1865, Jan. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 8, extract 5. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. 83rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

 

28. 1865, Jan. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 8, extract 6. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. O. M. Humphrey to report to FS.

 

29. 1865, Jan. 9.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 9, extract 1. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Brill discharge.

 

30. 1865, Jan. 9.15th Massachusetts Battery. Roster of Commissioned Officers. DS of A. Rowse.

 

31. 1865, Jan. 9.4th Battery Light Artillery, Massachusetts Veteran Volunteers. Roster of Commissioned Officers. [DS?] Geo. W. Taylor.

 

32. 1865, Jan. 9.46 th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers. DS of John J. Jones. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

33. 1865, Jan. 9.M. K. Lawler to J. F. Lacey. LS. Suggestions. for orderlies.

 

34. 1865, Jan. 9.30th Missouri Volunteer Infantry (Consolidated Organization). Roster of Commissioned Officers. DS of W. T. Wilkinson.

 

35. 1865, Jan. 9.FS to Headquarters, Military Division of West Mississippi. NS on docket. 2 NSs of C. T. Christensen, 1/9 and 1/11 and ANS of C. G. Sawtelle 1/11. Re: Wood, fuel.

 

36. 1865, Jan. 9.26th N. Y. Battery. ADS of Adam Beattie. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

37. 1865, Jan. 10.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 10, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Peebles discharge.

 

38. 1865, Jan. 10.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 10, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Gooding to report to FS.

 

39. 1865, Jan. 10.Division of West Mississippi - Office Assistant Inspector General. Printed circular No. 2. Acting Assistant Inspectors General.

 

40. 1865, Jan. 10.8th Regiment Illinois Veteran Volunteers. DS of Josiah A. Sheetz. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

41. 1865, Jan. 10.U.S. Forces Kennerville, La. (FS's command). Tri-Monthly Consolidated Morning Report. Printed form filled in and s. John F. Lacey.

Box 3, Folder 37

Correspondence 1865, January 11-15.

 

1. 1865, Jan. 11.A. D. Bailie to [FS]. ALS. Troops going to Kennerville.

 

2. 1865, Jan. 11.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 11, extract 7. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Baker appointed Assistant Commissary of Musters.

 

3. 1865, Jan. 11.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 11, extract 8. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharges.

 

4. 1865, Jan. 11.Division of West Mississippi - Reserve Corps-Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of McEntee. Asks lists of Quarter Masters.

 

5. 1865, Jan. 11.M. K. Lawler to Jno. F. Lacey. LS. Suggests Hunt as medical officer to 4th Massachusetts Battery. Docket: 1865/ Jan. 11. John F. Lacey to Humphrey. ANS. 1/16/65 Otis M. Humphrey to [Lacey?]. ANS.

 

6. 1865, Jan. 11.A. Lockwood [Adams Express Co. of New Orleans] to [FS]. ALS. Introduction.

 

7. 1865, Jan. 12. W. P. Coleman. ADS. Protest against reoccupation of his house and grounds. Docket: John F. Lacey to A. Rowse. ANS. 1/13/65. Orders abandonment of property. A. Rowse to [Lacey]. ANS. 1/15/65. Complies.

 

8. 1865, Jan. 12. Levi Davis to C. T. Christensen. ALS. Asks that his Ambulance Corps be assigned to a Brigade of the Reserve Corps. Docket: 1/15/65 Referred to Humphrey by order of FS. ANS of John F. Lacey. 1/15/65. Otis M. Humphrey. ANS.

 

9-12. 1865, Jan. 12. Elias S. Dennis to John F. Lacey. 4 LSs. Payroll, appointment, recommends, sends roster.

 

13. 1865, Jan. 12. Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 12, extract 8. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Cross, leave of absence.

 

14-15. 1865, Jan. 12. Division of West Mississippi - Reserve Corps - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of McEntee. Daily forage report and copy.

 

16. 1865, Jan. 12. Division of West Mississippi - Reserve Corps Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of McEntee. Forage.

 

17. 1865, Jan. 12. 161st N.Y. Volunteers. DS of Wm. B. Kinsey. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

18. 1865, Jan. 12. 20th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. DS of J. B. Leake. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

19. 1865, Jan. 12.23rd Iowa Infantry Volunteers. DS of S. L. Glasgow. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

20. 1865, Jan. 12.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 7. Printed. Limits of the Dept. of the South.

 

21. 1865, Jan. 13.Charles Black to C. T. Christensen. LS. Asks that 99th Illinois Infantry be consolidated into 37th Illinois Infantry. Docket: 1/17/65 NS of FS--recommended. 3 notes in obliterated pencil by C.T.C. and 2 others.

 

22. 1865, Jan. 13.99th Illinois Volunteers. Copy s. John F. Lacey. Roster of Commissioned Officers, enclosed in #21.

 

23. 1865, Jan. 13.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. ANS. Request for circulars.

 

24. 1865, Jan. 13.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. NS. Houston, Acting Assistant Inspector General of 4th Brigade.

 

25. 1865, Jan. 13.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 13. extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Leave of absence.

 

26. 1865, Jan. 13.Division of West Mississippi - Reserve Corps - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of Chas. S. McEntee. Asks reports of horses, mules, wagons, etc.

 

27. 1865, Jan. 13.Division of West Mississippi - Reserve Corps - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of Chas. S. McEntee. Inspection of means of transportation.

 

28. 1865, Jan. 13.M. K. Lawler to John F. Lacey. LS. Recommends a clerk.

 

29. 1865, Jan. 13.M. K. Lawler to John F. Lacey. LS. Hancock, Acting Assistant Inspector General, 1st Brigade.

 

30. 1865, Jan. 13.J. W. Moore to John F. Lacey. ANS. Forwarding lists.

 

31. 1865, Jan. 13.U.S. Forces - Kenner, La. Circular No. 1. DS of John F. Lacey. Requisitions for Quarter Master supplies.

 

32. 1865, Jan. 14.J. L. Baker to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Requests F. H. W. French as clerk.

 

33. 1865, Jan. 14.C. T. Christensen to S. A. Hurlbut. Copy to FS, s. C. T. Christensen. Railroad guard from New Orleans to be replaced by FS's troops.

 

34. 1865, Jan. 14.Levi Davis to [J. F. Lacey]. ALS. Disposition of his ambulance corps.

 

35. 1865, Jan. 14.Dept. of the Gulf - Acting Assistant Quarter Master. Printed and ms. document s. E. M. Wiswell. List of books sent.

 

36. 1865, Jan. 14.Dept. of the Gulf - Acting Assistant Quarter Master to J. F. Lacey. Printed and ms. document s. E. M. Wiswell. List of forms sent.

 

37. 1865, Jan. 14.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Court martial of Isaac H. Walker.

 

38. 1865, Jan. 14.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 14, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Leave of absence for Dyer.

 

39. 1865, Jan. 14.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 14, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Emery reassigned.

 

40. 1865, Jan. 14.4th Brigade - Reserve Corps - Office Senior Surgeon. Printed and ms. document s. O. Peabody. Consolidated weekly report of sick and wounded. Docket: 1/18/65 NS of Otis M. Humphrey.

 

41. 1865, Jan. 14.W. W. Storer to [FS]. ALS. Arrival of command at Morganza.

 

42. 1865, Jan. 14.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 3. Printed. Joint Congressional resolution thanking Sherman.

 

43. 1865, Jan. 15.J. L. Baker to John F. Lacey. ANS. Re: Pvt. French.

 

44. 1865, Jan. 15.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 15, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Leave of absence for Gibbs.

 

45. 1865, Jan. 15.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 15, extract 6. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Trull assigned to court martial detail.

 

46. 1865, Jan. 15.Otis M. Humphrey to FS. ALS. Requests detail of a Capt. as Chief Ambulance Officer.

 

47. 1865, Jan. 15.U.S. Forces - Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 1. DS of Otis M. Humphries. Location regulations

 

48-49. 1865, Jan. 15.J. B. Wheeler to FS. ALS. Personal, FS's career, Arkansas, etc. Enclosure: clipping from Rochester Union by Foster.

Box 3, Folder 38

Correspondence 1865, January 16-20.

 

1-2. 1865, Jan. 16.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS and DS. Covering letter and Roster of Commissioned Officers of 3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps 1/15/65.

 

3. 1865, Jan. 16.Dept. of the Gulf. S.O. No. 16, extract 7. Printed, s. C. S. Sargent. 24th Indiana Volunteers relieved of duty in Defences of New Orleans, to report to FS.

 

4. 1865, Jan. 16.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 16, extract 1. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Leave of absence.

 

5. 1865, Jan. 16.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 16, extract 4. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of Geo. Marion.

 

6. 1865, Jan. 16.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 16, extract 4 [sic]. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of Alex. S. Millard.

 

7. 1865, Jan. 16.M. K. Lawler to C. T. Christensen. LS. Recommends consolidating 34th Illinois Infantry with another Illinois Regiment and retaining Black.

 

8. 1865, Jan. 16.Chas. S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. LS. Applies for detail for guard duty at Quarter Master depot.

 

9. 1865, Jan. 16.Timothy Owen to [J. F. Lacey]. Letter s. by clerk. Horses.

 

10. 1865, Jan. 16.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 1. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Re: Hipolite.

 

11. 1865, Jan. 16.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 2. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Asks for reports.

 

12. 1865, Jan. 16.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 4. Printed. Mourning for Edward Everett.

 

13. 1865, Jan. 17.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel., copy. Railroad track blocked by wood.

 

14. 1865, Jan. 17.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 7 Printed. Interference with means of transportation.

 

15. 1865, Jan. 17.Division of West Mississippi, Reserve Corps-Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of Chas S. McEntee. Train Kennerville-New Orleans.

 

16. 1865, Jan. 17.82nd U.S. Colored Infantry. Roster of Officers. DS of J. Wm. Haight, Jr.

 

17. 1865, Jan. 17.1st Florida Cavalry. Roster of Commissioned Officers. DS of J. Wm. Haight, Jr.

 

18. 1865, Jan. 17.Otis M. Humphrey to FS. LS. Recommends organization of ambulance corps according to General Code No. 38 with modifications.

 

19. 1865, Jan. 17.[U.S. Forces], Kenner, La. - Board of Survey. ADS of Samuel Wagenhals. Commissary stores. Docket: 1/18/65 ANS of John H. Kelly, NS of C. C. Andrews and ANS of John F. Lacey.

 

20. 1865, Jan. 17.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 2. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Examining board.

 

21. 1865, Jan. 17.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 5. Printed. Dept. of Ohio combined with Cumberland under Thomas.

 

22. 1865, Jan. 17.E. I. Wage to J. F. Lacey. LS. Re: levee, Parish of Jefferson.

 

23. 1865, Jan. 18.Charles Black to C. T. Christensen. ALS. Recommends as partial basis of reorganization proposed in request of 13th.

 

24. 1865, Jan. 18.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 8. Printed. General court martial.

 

25. 1865, Jan. 18.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 18, extract 1. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Clerks with Chief Mustering Officer.

 

26. 1865, Jan. 18.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 18, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen Discharge of Roberts.

 

27. 1865, Jan. 18.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 18, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of Jas. A. Peter.

 

28. 1865, Jan. 18.86th U.S. Colored Infantry. Roster of Officers. Copy s. J. Wm. Haight, Jr.

 

29-30. 1865, Jan. 18.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Board of Survey. [for Lt. A. Rowse, 15th Massachusetts Battery]. Proceedings, 2 copies, both in several hands. Deficiencies in Quarter Master stores, etc. Signatures of Chas W. Williams, Geo. N. Jenkins and Alex. S. Millard. Docket: ANS of John F. Lacey 1/24/65; on 2nd copy NS of Lacey.

 

31. 1865, Jan. 18.Thomas M. Vincent to Commanding General, Division of West Mississippi. Official copy forwarded with ANS of C. T. Christensen to FS. 1/18/65. Recruiting for Cavalry and Artillery.

 

32. 1865, Jan. 18.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Release of prisoners from cells and irons.

 

33. 1865, Jan. 18.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 8. Printed. Acting assistant surgeons.

 

34. 1865, Jan. 19.Elias S. Dennis to John F. Lacey. LS. Condition of levees.

 

35. 1865, Jan. 19.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 9. Printed. Repair of small arms.

 

36. 1865, Jan. 19.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 19, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of J. E. Smith.

 

37. 1865, Jan. 19.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 19, extract 4. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of B. Freeman.

 

38. 1865, Jan. 19.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 19, extract 5. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of W. Wightman.

 

39. 1865, Jan. 19.1st Brigade, Reserve Corps, MDWM. S.O. No. 7, extract 2, s. John J. Huntley. Curtis detailed as acting Ordnance Officer.

 

40. 1865, Jan. 19.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps, MDWM. G.O. No. 4. Printed, s. George Monroe. Discipline.

 

41. 1865, Jan. 20.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. LS. Inspection of levee.

 

42. 1865, Jan. 20.Jas. H. Coates to W. A. [sic] Kuhn. [W.E.] ALS. Cases of enlisted men in 11th Illinois Infantry under arrest and awaiting sentence. Docket: ANS of Elias S. Dennis and 3 separate dockets 1/21 NS of J. F. Lacey, 1/23 ANS of Jas. H. Coates, 1/23 ANS of Elias S. Dennis.

 

43. 1865, Jan. 20.James H. B. Henry to Geo. S. Atkinson. ALS. Introduction. Docket: NS Geo. S. Atkinson to Lacey. 1/20/65.

 

44. 1865, Jan. 20.M. K. Lawler to Jno. F. Lacey. LS.

 

45. 1865, Jan. 20.W. E. Kuhn to John F. Lacey. ALS. Transmittal.

 

46. 1865, Jan. 20.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. -Tri-monthly Morning Report. Printed and ms. document s. F. Steele.

 

47. 1865, Jan. 20.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. ADS of John F. Lacey. Abstract of tri-monthly return.

 

48. 1865, Jan. 20.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 3. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Orders re: a hospital steward.

 

49. 1865, Jan. 20.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 9. Printed. Territory of Arizona re-annexed to Dept. of the Pacific under McDowell.

Box 3, Folder 39

Correspondence 1865, January 21-27.

 

1. 1865, Jan. 21.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. LS Transmittal.

 

2. 1865, Jan. 21.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 21, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Transfer of wounded soldier.

 

3. 1865, Jan. 21.Charles S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. LS. Requests J. B. Waters as mounted orderly.

 

4. 1865, Jan. 21.Geo. A. Mitchell to FS. LS. Sokalski's pay accounts.

 

5. 1865, Jan. 22.Theo. R. Crandell to C. T. Christensen. [A?]LS. Asks for a decision in AWOL case. Docket: 1/24/65 ANS of G. W. Clark and NS of C.C. Andrews

 

6. 1865, Jan. 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 10. Printed. Dishonorable discharge of A. Forrer.

 

7. 1865, Jan. 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 11. Printed. General court martial of Franzisko B. John.

 

8-9. 1865, Jan. 22.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 22, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Leaves of absence.

 

10. 1865, Jan. 22.W. S. Hatch to [FS]. [ANS or tel.?]. Announces expected arrival.

 

11. 1865, Jan. 22.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 3. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Returns of medical officers.

 

12. 1865, Jan. 23.C. T. Christensen to C. C. Andrews. ALS (Copy). Directs Andrews to Lakeport, etc. and to report to Gen. Granger.

 

13. 1865, Jan. 23.C. T. Christensen to FS. ADfS. 3rd Brigade to go to Pensacola, remainder to E. Pascagoula.

 

14. 1865, Jan. 23.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Transmits instructions for disposition of 83rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

 

15. 1865, Jan. 23.Division of West Mississippi, Reserve Corps, Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of Chas.S. McEntee. Estimates for clothing, etc.

 

16. 1865, Jan. 23.John P. Hawkins to FS. ALS. Re: Morgan L. Smith, requests be assigned to a Division command with FS. ANS of C. T. Christensen--Canby will comply if FS wants. The Brigadiers you have now have not stuff enough to make good Division Commanders.

 

17. 1865, Jan. 23.John H. Kelly to George Monroe. ALS. Represents enlisted men, request to rejoin Regiment. Docket: 1/23 NS of C. C. Andrews, 1/24 NS of John F. Lacey, 1/24 ANS of Richard A. King for M. K. Lawler.

 

18. 1865, Jan. 23.C. G. Seawell to FS. ALS. Steamer ready to take troops to Pensacola.

 

19. 1865, Jan. 24.C. C. Andrews to C. T. Christensen. Copy s. George Monroe. Arrival at Kenner, transportation not at hand.

 

20. 1865, Jan. 24.C. T. Christensen to FS. [ALS or tel.?]. Order 24th Indiana to embark for Pensacola.

 

21. 1865, Jan. 24.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 24, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharges Somers.

 

22. 1865, Jan. 24.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 24, extract 6. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Resignation of L. L. Whitney.

 

23. 1865, Jan. 24.83rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Copy of document s. J. Wm. Haight, Jr. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

 

24. 1865, Jan. 24.John F. Lacey to C. C. Andrews. ALS. A misunderstanding re: orders. Docket: 1/24 ANS of C. C. Andrews. reply.

 

25. 1865, Jan. 24.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 4. DS of Otis M. Humphrey.

 

26. 1865, Jan. 25.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 6. Printed. Repeats G.O. No. 1. Organization of troops.

 

27. 1865, Jan. 25.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 7. Printed. Troop organization.

 

28. 1865, Jan. 25.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 25, extract 5. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of W. P. Mitchell.

 

29. 1865, Jan.25.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 25, extract 9. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Resignation of Wm. D. Crooke.

 

30. 1865, Jan. 26.C. T. Christensen to John F. Lacey. Tel. Andrews to be dropped from returns, general courts martial can be convened by FS's orders only.

 

31. 1865, Jan. 26.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 12. Printed. War Dept. S.O. No. 10, extract 8. Dishonorable discharge of R. L. Orr.

 

32. 1865, Jan. 26.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 26, extract 1. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Resignation of Wm. A. Greene.

 

33. 1865, Jan. 26.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 26, extract 4. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. On recommend of [FS] 28th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry to form 2 more companies.

 

34. 1865, Jan. 26.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 26, extract 5. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Discharge of G. G. Moser.

 

35. 1865, Jan. 26.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 10. Printed. Congressional resolution--thanks A. H. Terry.

 

36. 1865, Jan. 27.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 8. Printed. Duties of E. Hutchinson and H. K. Southwick.

 

37. 1865, Jan. 27.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 27, extract 2. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Transfer of 2nd Illinois Artillery.

 

38. 1865, Jan. 27.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 27, extract 3. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Batteries of Light Art. to report to FS.

 

39. 1865, Jan. 27.A. C. Matthews to C. T. Christensen. LS. Statement re: consolidation.

 

40. 1865, Jan. 27.Jas. Totten to C. T. Christensen. LS. Reports Regiments which have failed to furnish reports. Docket: 1/30 NS of Alfred Fredberg.

 

41. 1865, Jan. 27.Jas. Totten to FS. Tel. Transportation.

 

42. 1865, Jan. 27.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. G.O. No._____. Df., fragment. H. W. Hart, Inspector and Assistant Chief Medical Officer.

 

43. 1865, Jan. 27.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 4. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Hospitals, etc.

 

44. 1865, Jan. 27.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Extract of Circular No. 4 (IV) s. John. F. Lacey. H. W. Hart appointment.

 

45. 1865, Jan. 27.[U.S. Forces, Kenner, La.], Reserve Corps - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular s. Chas. S. McEntee. Request for forms.

 

46. 1865, Jan. 27.[U.S. Forces, Kenner, La.], Reserve Corps - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular s. Chas. S. McEntee. Instructions re: reports.

Box 3, Folder 40

Correspondence 1865, January 28-31.

 

1. 1865, Jan. 28.Geo. S. Atkinson to J. F. Lacey. LS.

 

2. 1865, Jan. 28D. P. Ballard to John F. Lacey. ALS. Asks for an issue of orders re: Assistant Quarter Masters and detailing of men for his office. Approval s. Otis M. Humphrey.

 

3. 1865, Jan. 28.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. ALS. Re: consolidation.

 

4. 1865, Jan. 28.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 28, extract 5. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Re: Capt. T. Pearson, fraud charge.

 

5. 1865, Jan. 28.Division of West Mississippi - Office Chief of Artillery and Ordnance. Printed circular No. 3, s. Wm. Hunt, Jr. Forms for reporting.

 

6. 1865, Jan. 28.Lawrence Jacoby to FS. ALS. Reporting for duty.

 

7. 1865, Jan. 28.Loren Kent to John F. Lacey. ALS. Re: captured horse appraisal. Docket: 1/30 approval s. M. K. Lawler.

 

8. 1865, Jan. 28.Chas. S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. LS. Forage reports.

 

9. 1865, Jan. 28.28th Regiment Illinois Infantry Veteran Volunteers. DS Richard Ritter and Wm. W. Black. Consolidated Morning Report on printed form.

 

10. 1865, Jan. 28.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 5. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Required reports and papers.

 

11. 1865, Jan. 28.[U.S. Forces] Reserve Corps, Kenner, La. - Office Chief Quarter Master. Circular. DS of Chas S. McEntee. Re: employing citizens.

 

12. 1865, Jan. 29.W. H. Baldwin to [FS]. Tel. Arrival of 83rd Ohio Volunteers at Morganza.

 

13. 1865, Jan. 29.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Re: 83rd Ohio.

 

14. 1865, Jan. 29.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 29, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Discharge.

 

15. 1865, Jan. 29.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 29, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Tibbets relieved of desertion charge.

 

16. 1865, Jan. 29.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 29, extract 3. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. C. T. Scammon leave of absence.

 

17. 1865, Jan. 29.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 29, extract 4. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Resignations.

 

18. 1865, Jan. 29.3rd Brigade Reserve Corps. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return s. C. C. Andrews.

 

19. 1865, Jan. 30.D. P. Ballard to [J. F. Lacey]. LS. Established his headquarters.

 

20. 1865, Jan. 30.James Barnes to [J. F. Lacey]. [Tel.]. Reports for duty.

 

21. 1865, Jan. 30.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 27. Printed, s. [Frederic Speed]. Garrison court martial, drunkeness, etc.

 

22. 1865, Jan. 30.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 30, extract 2. Printed, s. Geol L. Wilbur. Resignation of Torrey.

 

23. 1865, Jan. 30.A. B. Tripler to FS. ALS. Destruction of Oakland Plantation property. Docket: 1/31 note FS (by Lacey) to M. K. Lawler, 2/2 NS M. K. Lawler to [FS].

 

24. 1865, Jan. 30.J. P. [sic] Totten to FS. Tel. Aska about surplus men. Docket: n.d. ANS of A. Rowse, 1/30 ANS John F. Lacey to [A. Rowse].

 

25. 1865, Jan. 30.J. E. [sic] Totten to FS. Tel. Copy of #24.

 

26. 1865, Jan. 30.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 6. DS of Otis M. Humphre

 

27. 1865, Jan. 30.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 11. Printed. Dept. of Kansas merged into Dept. of Missouri; Curtis transferred to Dept. of the Northwest; Pope commands Division of the Missouri.

 

28. 1865, Jan. 31.D. P. Ballard to J. F. Lacey. LS. Ambulance property.

 

29. 1865, Jan. 31.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 29. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

30. 1865, Jan. 31.Elias S. Dennis to John F. Lacey. NS, sends Tri-Monthly return.

 

31. 1865, Jan. 31.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 31, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Discharge.

 

32. 1865, Jan. 31.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 31, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Promotions to commissioned officers.

 

33. 1865, Jan. 31.A. Rowse to J. F. Lacey. LS. Re: men charged with disertion. Docket: 2/1 NS John F. Lacey, 2/2 A. Rowse (copy?).

 

34. 1865, Jan. 31.2nd Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery. Tri-Monthly Return s. Wm. Marland.

 

35. 1865, Jan. 31.1st N.Y. Battery. Tri-Monthly Report s. James Barnes.

 

36. 1865, Jan. 31.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. Tri-Monthly Morning Report. Unsigned.

 

37. 1865, Jan. 31.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Board of Appraisal. ADS Elijah P. Curtis, also s. Walter S. Hotchkiss, Charles H. Eggleston. Proceedings. Docket: 1/31 ANS John F. Lacey.

 

38. 1865, Jan. 31.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 12. Printed. Military Dept. of North Carolina under Sherman's control.

 

39a. 1865, Jan.C. C. Andrews to FS. Tel. At Donaldsonville, La.

 

39b. [1865, Jan.]Theo. R. Crandell to John F. Lacey. ALS. Re: a court martial. Docket: 1/8 ALS G. W. Clark to J. F. Lacey.

 

40. 1865, [Jan.?].1st Brigade Reserve Corps, Military Division of West Mississippi. Roster of Commissioned Officers s. John J. Huntly.

 

41. 1865, [Jan.?].3rd Brigade Reserve Corps, Detachment. Roster of Commissioned Officers.

Box 3, Folder 41

Correspondence 1865, February 1-4.

 

1. 1865, Feb. 1.Charles Black to J. F. Lacey. LS. Discrepancy in Tri-Monthly Report, 37th Illinois Infantry.

 

2. 1865, Feb. 1.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 30, extract 7. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

3. 1865, Feb. 1.J. L. Dicken to B. Wilson. ALS. Re: Oakland Plantation, property damage.

 

4. 1865, Feb. 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 13. Printed. Treasury Dept. regulations re: leased and registered plantations and care and support of freedmen. U.S. Mississippi Squadron G.O. No. 38 (2/2) and Western Gulf Blockading Squadron G.O. No. 3.

 

5. 1865, Feb. 1.Loren Kent to B. Wilson. LS. Oakland Plantation.

 

6. 1865, Feb. 1.M. K. Lawler to John F. Lacey. LS. Oakland Plantation.

 

7. 1865, Feb. 1.Chas. S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. LS. Citizens entitled to draw rations.

 

8. 1865, Feb. 1.17th Ohio Battery. Roster of Commissioned Officers. DS of Charles S. Rice.

 

9-10. 1865, Feb. 1.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return of Troops. Printed forms. Df and copy, unsigned.

 

11-12. 1865, Feb. 2.C. T. Christensen to FS. 2 tels. Canby wished to see FS.

 

13. 1865, Feb. 2.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 33, extract 2. Printed, s. Geol L. Wilbur. Re: John E. Norcross.

 

14. 1865, Feb. 2.1st Brigade, Reserve Corps, Kenner, La. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return, s. M. K. Lawler.

 

15. 1865, [Feb. 2](Docket dated Feb. 1.) B. Hancock to [B.] Wilson. LS. Oakland Plantation.

 

16. 1865, Feb. 2.Otis M. Humphrey to John F. Lacey. LS. Hospital funds.

 

17. 1865, Feb. 2.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. Circular No. 7. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Unserviceable medical and hospital property.

 

18. 1865, Feb. 3.G. S. Atkinson to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Clothing issued.

 

19. 1865, Feb. 3.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Organization of 1st and 2nd Brigades and embarkation plans.

 

20. 1865, Feb. 3.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Official copy of tel. Embarkation instructions and organization of 3rd Brigade.

 

21. 1865, Feb. 3.District of West Florida. Printed circular No. 1. Responsibility for ordnance.

 

22. 1865, Feb. 3.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 34, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. G. W. Lyon, Acting Assistant Adjutant General.

 

23. 1865, Feb. 3.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 34, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Leave of absence for Bullock.

 

24. 1865, Feb. 3.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 34, extract 5. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Leave of absence for M. K. Lawler.

 

25. 1865, Feb. 3.P. C. Hains to FS. LS. Forwards maps of Dept. of the Gulf.

 

26. 1865, Feb. 3.Otis M. Humphrey to John F. Lacey. LS. Sending medical supplies with embarking troops.

 

27. 1865, Feb. 3.M. K. Lawler to John F. Lacey. LS. Will take leave of absence.

 

28. 1865, Feb. 3.C. G. Sawtelle to FS. [Df. or tel.]. Lake Route transportation.

 

29. 1865, Feb. 3.C. G. Sawtelle to FS. Tel. Train to be at Kenner 2/4.

 

30. 1865, Feb. 3.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. - Chief Medical Officer. S.O. No. 5. DS of Otis M. Humphrey. Transfers of surgeons.

 

31. 1865, Feb. 4.D. P. Ballard to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Wishes to turn over ambulance equipment, etc. which can't be transported. Docket: 2/4 NS of John F. Lacey; 2/5 and 2/6 ANSs of H. M. Lazelle; 2/6 ANS of O. P. Gooding.

 

32-34. 1865, Feb. 4.C. T. Christensen to FS. 3 tels. Steamer transportation to Ft. Morgan, Gen. Reynolds to relieve Reserve Corps still in Arkansas, asks of arrival of 35th Wisconsin.

 

35. 1865, Feb. 4.C. T. Christensen to FS. [ALS].

 

36. 1865, Feb. 4.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 14. Printed. General court martial.

 

37. 1865, Feb. 4.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 35, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. B. F. Metzler.

 

38. 1865, Feb. 4.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 35, extract 4. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Men restored to duty.

 

39. 1865, Feb. 4.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 35, extract 5. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. W. S. Stitt.

 

40-41. 1865, Feb. 4.4th Brigade, Reserve Corps, Kenner, La. Board of Survey. 2 copies of Proceedings s. J. C. McClelland, Wm. E. Houston, R. R. Soper, Dockets: 2/11 NSs of C. C. Morse and Charles Black.

 

42. 1865, Feb. 4.Jno. A. McLaughlin to John F. Lacey. LS. Fog, etc. delays embarkation, can take no wagons.

 

43. 1865, Feb. 4.Thomas Mason to Provost Marshall, Kenner, La. ALS. Mrs. McCormick, loss of fence, note attached. Docket: 2/9 ANS of Alfred Fredberg, n.d. NS of W. H. [Shoch?].

 

44. 1865, Feb. 4.S. S. Rockwood to John F. Lacey. Tel.

 

45. 1865, Feb. 4.C. G. Sawtelle to FS. Tel. Fog delays transports.

 

46. 1865, Feb. 4.John M. Wilson to James Totten. ALS. Extracts from Inspection Report. Docket: 2/4 ANS of James Totten.

Box 3, Folder 42

Correspondence 1865, February 5-9.

 

1. 1865, Feb. 5.D. P. Ballard to J. F. Lacey. LS. Requests teamsters.

 

2. 1865, Feb. 5.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 34. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

3. 1865, Feb. 5.Dept. of Mississippi. S.O. No. 58, extract 3. Printed, s. J. Warren Miller. G. W. Fox.

 

4. 1865, Feb. 5.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 11. Printed Manner of mounting guard, posting and relieving sentinels.

 

5. 1865, Feb. 5.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 15. Printed. Troops in field and reserves and special details.

 

6. 1865, Feb. 5.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 36, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Discharged.

 

7. 1865, Feb. 5.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 36, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Extends leave of absence of J. W. Davis.

 

8. 1865, Feb. 5.Jno. A. McLaughlin to J. F. Lacey. LS. Embarkation nearly complete, equipage left behind, Steamer George Peabody.

 

9. 1865, Feb. 5.A. C. Matthews to John F. Lacey. ALS. Belvedere delayed, blown adrift.

 

10. 1865, Feb. 5.26th N.Y. Battery. Consolidated Monthly Report. DS of A. Beattie.

 

11. 1865, Feb. [5?].S. G. Van Andre to B. Wilson. ADfS. The Kenner Plantation (Oakland), severe damage.

 

12. 1865, Feb. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. 2 steamers en route to Kenner to transport 3rd Brigade to Mobile Point.

 

13. 1865, Feb. 6.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 16. Printed. Taxes on products of leased or registered plantations, fees for permits.

 

14. 1865, Feb. 6.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 37, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Leaves of absence.

 

15. 1865, Feb. 6.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 37, extract 4. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Discharge and commission.

 

16. 1865, Feb. 6.W. S. Hotchkiss to [J. F. Lacey]. LS. Rain, camp muddy, disease.

 

17. 1865, Feb. 6.Loren Kent to J. F. Lacey. [Tel?]. Rations.

 

18. 1865, Feb. 6.Louis [Kloch?]. to FS. ALS. Damage to plantation.

 

19. 1865, Feb. 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 13. Printed. Fish rations, ration returns, etc.

 

20. 1865, Feb. 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 14. Printed. E. C. C. Ord to command Dept. of Virginia.

 

21. 1865, Feb. 6.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 15. Printed. Promotions, appointments, volunteer appointments, transfers, retired, casualties (dismissed, resigned, died, etc.).

 

22. 1865, Feb. 7.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No1 37. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

23. 1865, Feb. 7.District of West Florida. Printed circular No. 2. G. W. Richardson, Assistant Commissary of Musters.

 

24. 1865, Feb. 7.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 38, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Resignation.

 

25. 1865, Feb. 7.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 38, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Extended leaves of absence.

 

26. 1865, Feb. 7.John H. [Kithnar?] to [FS]. Tel. 96th Ohio to arrive 2/8.

 

27. 1865, Feb. 7.A. C. Matthews to Jno. F. Lacey. Tel. Men left behind.

 

28. 1865, Feb. 7.3rd Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps, Kenner, La. G.O. No. 1, s. Loren Kent. Assumes command, Armstrong is Acting Assistant Adjutant General.

 

29. 1865, Feb. 7.Jas. E. Totten to FS. Tel. Searching for new quarters for artillery.

 

30. 1865, Feb. 7.Jas. E. Totten to FS. Tel. Move 2 batteries to Dauphine Island.

 

31. 1865, Feb. 7.21st N.Y. Battery. Roster of Commissioned officers. ADS of James Barnes.

 

32. 1865, Feb. 8.D. P. Ballard to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Medical requisitions and procurement.

 

33. 1865, Feb. 8.D. P. Ballard to J. F. Lacey. LS. List of enlisted men he wishes detailed to ambulance copps.

 

34. 1865, Feb. 8.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 38. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

35. 1865, Feb. 8.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 17. Printed. Dishonorable musters out.

 

36. 1865, Feb. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 39, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Leave of absence.

 

37. 1865, Feb. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 39, extract 2. Printed, s. G. L. Wilbur. Resignation of C. L. Drake.

 

38. 1865, Feb. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 39, extract 12. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Joseph Lyman to report to FS.

 

39. 1865, Feb. 8.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 39, extract 13. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Fred Sommer to rejoin his regiment.

 

40. 1865, Feb. 8.John F. Lacey to FS. Tel. Batteries for 1st Division with ADfS reply of FS.

 

41. 1865, Feb. 8.FS to John F. Lacey. Tel. Reply to #40.

 

42. 1865, Feb. 8.FS to John F. Lacey. Tel. 4th and 7th Massachusetts Batteries.

 

43. 1865, Feb. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 16. Printed. Deserters.

 

44. 1865, Feb. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 17. Printed. Regulations re: newspaper advertising and job printing.

 

45. 1865, Feb. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 18. Printed. Hospital transports and boats.

 

46. 1865, Feb. 8.War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 62. C. T. Scammon mustered out. Stamp of E. D. Townsend.

 

47. 1865, Feb. 9.James Barnes to John F. Lacey. Tel. Embarking for Kenner.

 

48. 1865, Feb. 9.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 41. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

49. 1865, Feb. 9.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 13. Printed. Field Officers' Court.

 

50. 1865, Feb. 9.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 18. Printed. Commercial intercourse between loyal and insurrectionary States.

 

51. 1865, Feb. 9.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 40, extract 3. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Transfer of men between 7th and 2nd Massachusetts Batteries.

 

52. 1865, Feb. 9.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 40, extract 4. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Correction.

 

53. 1865, Feb. 9.Loren Kent to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Sends orders for 23rd Wisconsin Infantry.

 

54. 1865, Feb. 9.J. B. Leake to John F. Lacey. LS. Transmits report. (See #60).

 

55. 1865, Feb. 9.S. M. Manter to FS. ALS. Finally received her brother's things, some missing.

 

56. 1865, Feb. 9.Robert P. Tendick to W. T. Wilkinson. ANS. Wishes investigation of AWOL charges. Docket: 2/9 NS of Wilkinson and ANS of Loren Kent.

 

57. 1865, Feb. 9.3rd Brigade, 1st Division Reserve Corps, Kenner, La. G.O. No. 2, s. [I] S. Armstrong. Appointment of J. F. Little.

 

58. 1865, Feb. 9.J. E. Totten to FS. Tel. Artillery camping instructions.

 

59. 1865, Feb. 9.J. E. Totten. to FS. Tel. Stables for artillery horses at Greenville.

 

60. 1865, Feb. 9.20th Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Consolidated Report s. J. B. Leake.

Box 4, Folder 43

Correspondence 1865, February 10-19.

 

1. 1865, Feb. 10.A. D. Bailie to [FS]. Tel. Troops coming.

 

2. 1865, Feb. 10.C. T. Christensen to John F. Lacey. Tel. Asks what regiments and batteries have left or have transportation.

 

3. 1865, Feb. 10.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Report not received of regiments departed.

 

4-7. 1865, Feb. 10.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 41. Printed, all s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Officers transferred to Officers' General Hospital, Natchez, Miss.

 

8. 1865, Feb. 10.S. L. Glasgow to J. F. Lacey. [Tel.]. Wishes passage.

 

9. 1865, Feb. 10.Otis M. Humphrey to John F. Lacey. LS. Requests detail of Surgeon P. K. Stoddard to 96th Ohio and E. Ridgeway to Kenner Batteries.

 

10. 1865, Feb. 10.2nd Brigade, Reserve Corps, Dauphine Is., Alabama. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Report s. Orten Ingersol.

 

11. 1865, Feb. 10.U.S. Forces, Kenner, La. Tri-Monthly Report s. John F. Lacey.

 

12. 1865, Feb. 10.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 19. Printed. An act to extend to certain persons in the employ of the Government, the benefits of the Asylum for the Insane in the District of Columbia.

 

13. 1865, Feb. 10.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 21. Printed. Military Dept. of Kentucky, J. M. Palmer commanding; Dept. of the Cumberland, G. H. Thomas; Dept. of Mississippi, Dept. of of the Gulf.

 

14. 1865, Feb. 11.James Barnes to John F. Lacey. [Tel?]. 21st N.Y. Battery on Chouteau.

 

15. 1865, Feb. 11.Charles Black to John F. Lacey. LS. Sends proceedings of Board of Survey.

 

16. 1865, Feb. 11.C. T. Christensen to John F. Lacey. Tel. Black commander of 1st Brigade, Reserve Corps.

 

17. 1865, Feb. 11.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Re: Transportation of troops.

 

18. 1865, Feb. 11.Defences of New Orleans. S.O. No. 43. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

19. 1865, Feb. 11.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 42. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Re: Isaac H. Walker.

 

20-21. 1865, Feb. 11.Albert J. Moses to Wm. W. Black. 2 ALSs. with 2 ANSs of Richard Ritter. Re: cases of 2 privates, Davis and Gibson.

 

22. 1865, Feb. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 20. Printed. Joint Resolution tendering thanks to Sheridan.

 

23. 1865, Feb. 12.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 43, extract 2. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Field service for troops of West Florida and South Alabama Districts.

 

24. 1865, Feb. 12.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 43, extract 3. Printed. Organization of Reserve Corps.

 

25. 1865, Feb. 12.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 43, extract 4. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Lt. Col. L. H. Whittlesey, Assistant Inspector General for FS.

 

26. 1865, Feb. 12.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 43, extract 5. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Capt. Henry M. Lazelle, Assistant Provost Marshall General to Division.

 

27. 1865, Feb. 12.2nd Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery. Roster of Officers s. Wm. Marland.

 

28. 1865, Feb. 12.Southern Division of Louisiana. S.O. No. 45 Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

29. 1865, Feb. 13.Charles Black to J. F. Lacey.[copy?]. Transportation of troops.

 

30. 1865, Feb. 13.A. Rowse to John F. Lacey. LS. Hay and bread.

 

31. 1865, Feb. 13.Southern Division of Louisiana. S.O. No. 48. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

32. 1865, Feb. 13.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps, MDWM. G.O. No. 5. Printed, s. George Monroe. V. H. Coffman, Chief Medical Officer.

 

33. 1865, Feb. 13.A. B. Tripler to FS. ALS. Oakland Plantation depredation

 

34. 1865, Feb. 14.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 45, extract 1. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Gooding's orders.

 

35. 1865, Feb. 15.District of West Florida. Printed circular No. 5. Richardson, temporary Mustering Officer.

 

36. 1865, Feb. 15.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Printed circular s. Sam'l. B. Ferguson. Re: flags, march and drill instructions.

 

37. 1865, Feb. 17.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 16. Printed. Protection of trees, regulations for cleanliness, etc.

 

38. 1865, Feb. 17.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps, MDWM. G.O. No. 6. Printed, s. Geo. Monroe. Shelter tents.

 

39. 1865, Feb. 17.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 22. Printed. Report of Board appointed by the President to correct Volunteer quotas.

 

40. 1865, Feb. 17.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 23. Printed. Territory of Utah and part of Dakota Territory added to Dept. of Missouri.

 

41. 1865, Feb. 18.District of West Florida. Printed circular No. 6. Collecting wood.

 

42. 1865, Feb. 18.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 19. Printed. General court martial.

 

43. 1865, Feb. 18.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 20. Printed. Re: 13th and 16th Army Corps.

 

44. 1865, Feb. 19.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 21. Printed. Re: Pioneer companies.

Box 4, Folder 44

Correspondence, 1865, February 20-28.

 

1. 1865, Feb. 20.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 18. Printed. Willis, surgeon in charge.

 

2. 1865, Feb. 20.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 4. Tri-monthly reports.

 

3. 1865, Feb. 20.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. G.O. No. 10 Printed, s. Sam'l B. Ferguson. Order of march, etc.

 

4. 1865, Feb. 20.4th Brigade, Reserve Corps. Tri-Monthly Report s. Charles Black and [C. C. Morse?].

 

5. 1865, Feb. 20.2nd Brigade, 1st Division, Reserve Corps. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Report s. James H. Coates and Orten Ingersoll.

 

6. 1865, Feb. 20.Southern Division of Louisiana. S.O. No. 57. Printed, s. Frederic Speed. Garrison court martial.

 

7. 1865, Feb. 21.1st Division, U.S. Colored Infantry. G.O. No. 1 DS of Sam'l. B. Ferguson. Wagon and ambulance trains on march.

 

8. 1865, Feb. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 24. Printed. Orders National Salute to be fired in honor of restoration of Flag of the Union on Ft. Sumter.

 

9. 1865, Feb. 22.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 19. Printed. Discontinue whitewashing outside of buildings.

 

10. 1865, Feb. 22.Division of West Mississippi. Printed confidential circular s. C. T. Christensen. To Dept. and District commanders. Holding important points and controlling Mississippi River.

 

11. 1865, Feb. 22.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 22. Printed. Field allowance of transportation.

 

12. 1865, Feb. 23.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 54, extract 1. Contemporary copy. Troop organization.

 

13. 1865, Feb. 23.George A. Mitchell to [FS]. ALS. No funds to pay Dept. of Arkansas.

 

14. 1865, Feb. 23.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps. G.O. No. 7. Printed, s. George Monroe. Picket instructions.

 

15. 1865, Feb. 23.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 25. Printed. Repairs to general hospitals and sales of forage and straw.

 

16. 1865, Feb. 24.District of West Florida. G.O. No. 20. Printed. Ambulance corps.

 

17. 1865, Feb. 24.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 26. Printed. Advertising and printing.

 

18. 1865, Feb. 25.Armies of the UlS., Headquarters, City Point, Virginia. S.O. No. 39, extract 2, s. T. S. Bowen and John F. Lacey. Water transportation may not be used for officers' quarters.

 

19. 1865, Feb. 25.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 37, extract. DS F. W. Emery. McEntee to report to FS.

 

20a. 1865, Feb. 25.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. ___. DS H. R. Putnam. FS to proceed to Barrancas, Florida and command troops operating from Pensacola Bay.

 

20b. 1865, Feb. 25.2nd Brigade, Reserve Corps. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return s. Elias S. Dennis.

 

21. 1865, Feb. 25.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 27. Printed Re: Maj. Delozier Davidson.

 

22. 1865, Feb. 26.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 38, estract 3. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. E. H. Newton, temporary duty in field with FS.

 

23. 1865, Feb. 26.Division of West Mississippi. Printed circular No. 5, s. John F. Lacey. Survey of horses, etc. for artillery.

 

24. 1865, Feb. 26.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 23. Printed. Re: approvals for permits or safe conducts.

 

25. 1865, Feb. 26.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 57, extract 3. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. FS to command Pensacola Bay troops.

 

26. 1865, Feb. 26.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 28. Printed. Reorganization of 13th and 16th Army Corps under command of G. Granger and A. J. Smith.

 

27. 1865, Feb. 27.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 39, extract 1. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Leave of absence.

 

28. 1865, Feb. 27.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 29, extract 4. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Gordon to report to FS.

 

29. 1865, Feb. 27.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 39, extract 5. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Detached troops to rejoin respective companies.

 

30. 1865, Feb. 27.3rd Brigade, Reserve Corps. G.O. No. 8. Printed, s. Geo. Monroe. Mustering.

 

31. 1865, Feb. 28.District of West Florida, Barrancas, Fla. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return of Troops under Asboth, s. Asboth.

 

32. 1865, Feb. 28.District of West Florida, Barrancas, Fla. G.O. No. 23. Printed. Reprint of #20a.

 

33. 1865, Feb. 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 24. Printed. Field allowance of ambulances, wagons and tents for hospital purposes.

 

34. 1865, Feb. 28.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 25. Printed. Exchange of prisoners.

 

35. 1965, Feb. 28.47th U.S. Colored Infantry. Roster of Commissioned Officers, s. J. Wm. Haight, Jr.

 

36. 1865, Feb. 28.114th Regiment. Ohio Infantry Volunteers. Consolidated Report for Feb., s. John H. Kelly.

 

37. 1865, Feb. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 29. Printed. An act to increase the efficiency of the medical corps of the Army; to prevent military officers from interferring in elections and private resolution for D. Collett, Jr., deceased.

 

38. 1865, Feb.John F. Lacey. ANS on docket re: consolidation of 28th and 37th Illinois Infantry.

Box 4, Folder 45

Correspondence 1865, March 1-6.

 

1. 1865, Mar. 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 26. Printed, s. John F. Lacey. Reorganization and relocation of troops.

 

2. 1865, Mar. 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 27. Printed. General court martial of Luling.

 

3. 1865, Mar. 1.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 28. Printed, s. John F. Lacey. Grierson to command Division Cavalry.

 

4. 1865, Mar. 1.J. Wm. Haight, Jr. to John F. Lacey. ALS. Reports troops at Barrancas.

 

5. 1865, Mar. 1.John H. Kelly to John F. Lacey. ALS. Transmitting reports.

 

6. 1865, Mar. 1.13th Army Corps, Ft. Gaines, Ala. S.O. No. 3, extract 4. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Surgeon Willis.

 

7. 1865, Mar. 1.U.S. Forces, Barrancas, Fla. G.O. No. 1. Printed, s. John F. Lacey. Announces FS's staff officers.

 

8. 1865, Mar. 2.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 42, extract 2. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Recruits for colored regiments.

 

9. 1865, Mar. 2.50th U.S. Colored Infantry. Roster of Commissioned Officers. Copy s. J. Wm. Haight

 

10. 1865, Mar. 2.G[ordon] Granger to FS. LS. Wants C. C. Andrews ordered to occupy town of Pensacola to prevent smuggling.

 

11. [1865, Mar. 2?].97th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Roster of Commissioned Officers, s. J. William Haight, Jr.

 

12. [1865, Mar. 2?].69th Battalion Indiana Infantry Volunteers. Roster of Commissioned Officers, s. J. William Haight, Jr.

 

13. 1865, Mar. 2.H. K. Southwick to John C. Palfrey. ALS. Recommends not discharging 2nd Lt. Wm. P. Hazard. Docket: 3/11 ANS of C. T. Christensen, referral to FS.

 

14. 1865, Mar. 2.13th Army Corps, Ft. Gaines, Ala. S.O. No. 4, extract 1. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Orders for G. W. Richardson.

 

15. [1865, Mar. 2?].25th Regiment U.S. Colored Infantry. Roster of Commissioned Officers, s. J. Wm. Haight, Jr.

 

16. 1865, Mar. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 29. Printed. Experts; tax on products of insurrectionary districts remitted.

 

17. 1865, Mar. 3.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 30. Printed. Trade restrictions, information for Rebel deserters.

 

18. 1865, Mar. 3.John P. Hawkins to Gen. Asboth. Copy. Equipping colored regiments (artillery).

 

19. 1865, Mar. 3.War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 106, k extract 11. Stamped or s. E. D. Townsend. F. Sommer mustered out.

 

20. 1865, Mar. 4.[Alexander] Asboth to F. W. Emery. Copy. Artillery needs and fortification.

 

21. 1865, Mar. 4.[Alex.] Asboth to John P. Hawkins. Copy. Fortification and troop needs.

 

22. 1865, Mar. 4.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 31. Printed, s. Geo. L. Wilbur. Officers' rations.

 

23. 1865, Mar. 4.Division of West Mississippi. S.O. No. 65, extract 16. Copy s. John F. Lacey. L. Rhoades.

 

24. 1865, Mar. 4.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Consolidated Tri-Monthly Field Return, s. John P. Hawkins

 

25. 1865, Mar. 4.Timothy Owen to John F. Lacey. LS. Request for leave of absence.

 

26. 1865, Mar. 4.Pensacola Dept., Ft. Pickens, Fla. Weekly Statement of Ordnance Stores, s. _. A. Metcalf.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 4.2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. G.O. No. 1. Printed, s. George Monroe. Announces staff.

 

28. 1865, Mar. 5.Division of West Mississippi. G.O. No. 32. Printed, s. C. T. Christensen. Appointment of provost marshalls.

 

29. 1865, Mar. 5.Charles S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Requests assignment of Gardner to 2nd Division, 13th Army Corps.

 

30. 1865, Mar. 6.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmits correspondence re: colored regiments.

 

31. 1865, Mar. 6.Sam'l. T. Busey to F. W. Emery. LS. Transmits roster. Docket: n.d., NS of W. T. Spicely, 3/7 NS of C. C. Andrews.

 

32. 1865, Mar. 6.Sam'l. T. Busey to John F. Lacey. LS. Same as #31. Docket: 3/[6] NS of W. T. Spicely, 3/6 NS of C. C. Andrews.

 

33. 1865, Mar. 6.Dept. of the Gulf - Office Chief Signal Officer S.O. No. 16, extract 2. Copy s. E. P. Adams (X). W. F. Warren to report to FS.

 

34. 1865, Mar. 6.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. G.O. No. 15. ADS of Sam'l B. Ferguson. No purchases during march by individuals.

 

35. 1865, Mar. 6.F. M. Leflar to Jno. F. Lacey. LS. Requests send Lt. J. T. DeMar to procure arms and equipment. Docket: 3/6 NS of F. W. Moore, 3/6 NS of C. C. Andrews.

 

36. 1865, Mar. 6.Charles S. McEntee to Jno. F. Lacey. LS. Requests teamsters.

Box 4, Folder 46

Correspondence 1865, March 7-14.

 

1. 1865, Mar. 7.Army and Division of West Mississippi. General Field Order [G.F.O.] No. 1. Printed. Keep on hand 3 days cooked rations, no land transportation spade and pick for temporary works.

 

2. 1865, Mar. 7.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Encloses scout reports [enclosures not present].

 

3. 1865, Mar. 7.John Macy to [J. F.] Lacey. ALS. Report of ammunition.

 

4. 1865, Mar. 7.2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. Morning Report. ADS of George Monroe, also s. C. C. Andrews.

 

5-6. 1865, Mar. 7.76th U.S. Colored Infantry. Morning Report. ADS of W. R. High, also s. W. E. Nye. Separate docket: 2 ANS 3/8. Chas. W. Drew and J. P. Hawkins.

 

7. 1865, Mar. 8.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS. Sends mail carrier.

 

8. 1865, Mar. 8.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 2. Printed. Regulations re: Amnesty Oath.

 

9. 1865, Mar. 8.C. T. Christensen to FS. ANS. Canby to visit.

 

10. 1865, Mar. 8.F. W. Moore to F. W. Emery. ANS. Transmittal. Docket: 3/8 NS of C. C. Andrews.

 

11. [1865, Mar. 8].37th Illinois Infantry. Roster of Commissioned Officers. DS of R. Kennicott.

 

12. 1865, Mar. 8.E. P. Nettleton to John F. Lacey. LS. Send roster [not enclosed].

 

13. 1865, Mar. 8.13th Army Corps. G.O. No. 3. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Equipment.

 

14. 1865, Mar. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 30. Printed. Claim agent's license.

 

15. 1865, Mar. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 31. Printed. Acts of Congress--enrolling and calling out national forces, prevent enlistment of persons charged with crimes, provide for a chief of staff to Lt. General, better organization of Subsistence Dept.

 

16. 1865, Mar. 8.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 32. Printed. Rations for female nurses.

 

17. 1865, Mar. 9.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 3. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Duties of provost marshalls in the field.

 

18. 1865, Mar. 9.F. W. Emery to FS. ANS. Asks W. W. Todd to report to [Granger].

 

19. 1865, Mar. 9.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 48, extract 1. Printed, s. F. W. Emery Post quarter masters and storage of baggage.

 

20. 1865, Mar. 9.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 48, extract 3. Printed, s. F. W. Emery Appointment of a Medical Board.

 

21. 1865, Mar. 9.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Report of ambulances, s. John P. Hawkins.

 

22. 1865, Mar. 9.13th Army Corps. S.O. No. 11, extract 4. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Officers and men detailed for duty with Ambulance Corps, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division.

 

23. 1865, Mar. 10.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Tri-Monthly Report. ADS of Sam'l. B. Ferguson, also s. John P. Hawkins, ANS of John F. Lacey.

 

24. 1865, Mar. 10.M. D. McAlister to P. C. Haines. Copy s. J. B. Dexter. Requests canvass-boat bridges.

 

25. 1865, Mar. 10.[Pontonier] Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. ADS of Wm. Boyle.

 

26. 1865, Mar. 10.G. W. Stepp. Certificate. Copy s. Timothy Owen. Owen unfit for duty.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 10.2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. ADS of George Monroe, also s. C. C. Andrews.

 

28. 1865, Mar. 10.2nd Maine Cavalry. Morning Report. ADS of A. J. [Pickard], also s. E. W. Woodman.

 

29. 1865, Mar. 10.U.S. Forces at Pensacola Bay. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of John F. Lacey. also s. FS.

 

30. 1865, Mar. 11.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS. Arrival at Pensacola, in ruins.

 

31. 1865, Mar. 11.C. C. Andrews to J. F. Lacey. [Tel.], copy s. W. E. Warren. Arrival at Pensacola.

 

32. 1865, Mar. 11[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Andrews' arrival at Pensacola.

 

33. 1865, Mar. 11.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Sent men to Pensacola to work on wharf.

 

34. 1865, Mar. 11.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Sends copies of G.O. No. 30 to be distributed within the rebel lines.

 

35. 1865, Mar. 11.District of West Florida. S.O. No. 58, extract 4, s. J. Wm. Haight, Jr. Men working on new Barrancas wharf to help repair one at Pensacola.

 

36. 1865, Mar. 11.[District of West Florida]. [Document?] 407. Copy. Mr. Gray to go to Pensacola.

 

37. 1865, Mar. 11.Chas. W. Drew to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

38. 1865, Mar. 11.John P. Hawkins to John F. Lacey. NS. Sends Tri-Monthly Return.

 

39. 1865, Mar. 11.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Tri-Monthly Field Return. ADS of John P. Hawkins. Enclosed in #38.

 

40. 1865, Mar. 11.13th Army Corps. Printed circular No. 1. s. F. W. Emery. Ordnance reports.

 

41. 1865, Mar. 11.U.S. Forces, Barrancas, Fla. Abstractsof reports of troops composing FS's command, s. John F. Lacey.

 

42. 1865, Mar. 11.U.S. Forces, Barrancas, Fla. Abstract of reports of FS's command.

 

43. 1865, Mar. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 33. Printed. Congressional resolutions. Thanks to Gen. Thomas, encourage enlistments and promote efficiency of military forces.

 

44. 1865, Mar. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 34. Printed. Issue of flour to hospitals.

 

45. 1865, Mar. 11.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 35. Printed. Presidential Proclamation--deserters to lose citizenship, etc.

 

46. 1865, Mar. 12.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Copy by W. F. Warren. Boat to bring cattle.

 

47. 1865, Mar. 12.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. ALS. Teams sent back to Barrancas.

 

48. 1865, Mar. 13.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by E. P. Adams 9:30 a.m. Asks about supply steamer.

 

49. 1865, Mar. 13.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by W. F. Warren 1:30 p.m. When will next boat leave for New Orleans.

 

50. 1865, Mar. 13.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by W. F. Warren 5 p.m. No steamer, short rations.

 

51. 1865, Mar. 13.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. ALS. Sends article on fortifications of Mobile.

 

52. 1865, Mar. 13.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 36. Printed. Special order re: Joint Committee to investigate Indian Affairs.

 

53. 1865, Mar. 14.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS. Mr. Gray--repair of wharf at Pensacola, railroad.

Box 4, Folder 47

Correspondence 1865, March 15-19.

 

1. 1865, Mar. 15.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 4. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. C. B. Comstock, special duty.

 

2. 1865, Mar. 15.John F. Lacey to C. C. Andrews. ALS. Asks for private of 24th Indiana Infantry to report for duty as messenger orderly. Docket: 3/16 2 ANSs of George Monroe, 3/16 ANS of W. T. Spicely re: Pvt. Fielding A. Hyatt.

 

3. 1865, Mar. 15.L. E. Norris to John F. Lacey. ANS. Withdraws request for detail of nurses.

 

4. 1865, Mar. 15.13th Army Corps. G.F.O. No. 1. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Engineer and assistant to march at head of most advanced detachment, keep journal of march.

 

5. 1865, Mar. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 37. Printed. Price of ration for POWs.

 

6. 1865, Mar. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 38. Printed. Modification of passport order.

 

7. 1865, Mar. 15.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 39. Printed. Order concerning embalmers.

 

8. 1865, Mar. 16.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by W. F. Warren. 10:55 a.m. Requests expert in track laying.

 

9. 1865, Mar. 16.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 5. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Osterhaus, Chief of Staff to Canby.

 

10. 1865, Mar. 16.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.E.O. No. 6. Printed. Requests military features of country from engineers.

 

11. 1865, Mar. 16.C. T. Christensen to FS. ALS. Re: 25th, 82nd and 86th Regiments, U.S. Colored Infantry.

 

12. 1865, Mar. 16.[S.] M. Eaton to E. R. S. Canby. ALS. Estimate of Confederate troops between Blakely and Pollard.

 

13. 1865, Mar. 16.F. L. Hitchcock to John F. Lacey. NS. Sends roster [not enclosed].

 

14. 1865, Mar. 16.A. M. Jackson to C. T. Christensen. Copy s. C. T. Christensen. Situation at Pollard, Confederate knowledge of Union movements.

 

15. 1865, Mar. 16.2nd Illinois Cavalry. Morning Report. ADS of Frank Moore.

 

16. 1865, Mar. 16.Geo, Tucker to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

17. 1865, Mar. 17.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by W. F. Warren. 12 [noon?]. Tug for ammunition.

 

18. 1865, Mar. 17.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by W. F. Warren. 3 p.m. Repairs on wharf.

 

19. 1865, Mar. [17].[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by E. P. Adams. 4:20 p.m. Sends tug back for ammunition.

 

20. 1865, Mar. 17.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by E. P. Adams. 8 p.m. Asks about mail.

 

21. 1865, Mar. 17.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 7. Printed. Districts of West Florida and South Alabama, Kilby Smith to relieve Granger.

 

22. 1865, Mar. 17.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmits troop information and Special Order.

 

23. 1865, Mar. 17.District of West Florida. S.O. No. 64, extract 5, s. Asboth. Re: 82nd and 86th U.S. Colored Infantry, Cavalry Brigade and unbrigaded Regiments. Enclosed in #22.

 

24. 1865, Mar. 17.R. H. Beaudry to John F. Lacey. ANS. Requests Teverbaugh be transferred to hospital in New Orleans.

 

25. 1865, Mar. 17.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 52, extract 3. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Assistant surgeon, J. T. Brown, to report to Asboth.

 

26. 1865, Mar. 17.District of West Florida and South Alabama. S.O. No. 52, extract 4. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Assistant L. E. Norris to 1st Florida Cavalry.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 17.1st Division, U.S. Colored Infantry. S.O. No. 32, extract 2. ADS of Sam'l. B. Ferguson.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 17.1st Division U.S. Colored Infantry. (cont.) S. A. Reed to turn over surplus ordnance. Docket: 3/18 ANS of Sam'l. A. Reed, NS of Asbot

 

28. 1865, Mar. 17.J. B. McConaughy. Copy of contract with U.S. Army to act as medical officer of 48th U.S. Colored Infantry.

 

29. 1865, Mar. 17.W. S. Pollard to George Monroe. NS. Request for pass for man to be mustered out. Docket: 3/17 NS of Francis A. Sears, NS of W. T. Spicely, 3/18 NS of C. C. Andrews.

 

30. 1865, Mar. 17.13th Army Corps. S.O. No. 18, extract 4. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Discharge.

 

31. 1865, Mar. 17.13th Army Corps. S.O. No. 18. extract 5. Printed, s. F. W. Emery. Resignation and discharge.

 

32. 1865, Mar. 17.G. E. [Yarrington] to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

33. 1865, Mar. 18.[C. C] Andrews to [John F.] Lacey. Message, copy by E. P. Adams. 5:40 p.m. Platform car running.

 

34. 1865, Mar. 18.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS. Central wharf repaired, laid Railroad track.

 

35. 1865, Mar. 18.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 11, extract 10. Copy re: ordnance report regulations when active operations have begun.

 

36. 1865, Mar. 18.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Number of troops left for guard and fatigue duty at Barrancas.

 

37. 1865, Mar. 18.A. S. Badger to John F. Lacey. NS. Cover letter.

 

38. 1865, Mar. 18.1st Regiment Louisiana Cavalry. Morning Report. ADS of Frank V. Kelly, also s. A. S. Badger. Enclosed in #37.

 

39. 1865, Mar. 18.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Circular No. 11. DS of Sam'l. B. Ferguson. Order of march of ambulances and trains.

 

40. 1865, Mar. 18.E[ugene von] Kielmansegge to John F. Lacey. NS re: S.O. No. 12.

 

41. 1865, Mar. 18.E. Kielmansegge to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

42. 1865, Mar. 18.E. Kielmansegge to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

43. 1865, Mar. 18.1st Regiment Florida Cavalry. Morning Field Return. ADS of Fred Jost, also s. E. Kielmansegge. Enclosed in #42.

 

44. 1865, Mar. 18.1st Regiment Florida Cavalry. Morning Report. ADS of Fred Jost, also s. E. Kielmansegge. Enclosed in #42.

 

45. 1865, Mar. 18.E. P. Nettleton to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

46. 1865, Mar. 18.31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry. Morning Report. DS of James M. Stewart and E. P. Nettleton. Enclosed in #45.

 

47. 1865, Mar. 18.W. E. Nye to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal. Docket: 3/18 ANS of Chas W. Drew.

 

48. 1865, Mar. 18.2nd New York Veteran Cavalry. Morning Report. DS of W. D. Doty and Edward Van Voast.

 

49. 1865, Mar. 18.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Tri-Monthly Field Return. ADS of Rob't. Barber, also s. M. N. Chrysler.

 

50. 1865, Mar. 18.FS to L. Thomas. NS. Sends G.O. No. 2. Docket: 3/31 NS of E. D. Townsend.

 

51. 1865, Mar. 18.E. W. Woodman to John F. Lacey. NS. Transmittal.

 

52-53. 1865, Mar. 19.Adams Express Co. to FS. 2 receipts for gold and notes.

 

54. 1865, Mar. 19.[C. C.] Andrews to [J. F.] Lacey. Message, copy by E. P. Adams. 10:15 a.m. Re: embarking 2nd Maine.

 

55. 1865, Mar. 19.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 12, extract 4. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Make-up of Division of Colored Infantry.

 

56. 1865, Mar. 19.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 12, extract 7. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Maj. Perry to report to W. F. Smith.

 

57. 1865, Mar. 19.Edward Van Voast to John F. Lacey. NS. Corrects roster.

Box 4, Folder 48

Correspondence 1865, March 20-24.

 

1. 1865, Mar. 20.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. LS. Arrival of 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, 13th Army Corps; road conditions, etc.

 

2. 1865, Mar. 20.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of Sam'l. B. Ferguson and John P. Hawkins.

 

3. 1865, Mar. 20.E. V. Hitch to John F. Lacey. ANS. Transmittal.

 

4. 1865, Mar. 20.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Tri-Monthly Field Return. ADS of E. V. Hitch. Enclosed in #3.

 

5. 1865, Mar. 20.2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. ADS of George Monroe, also s. C. C. Andrews.

 

6. 1865, Mar. 20.A. B. Spurling to John F. Lacey. ALS. Plans for Special Cavalry expedition.

 

7. 1865, Mar. 20.U.S. Forces operating from Pensacola Bay. Tri-Monthly Field Return.

 

8. 1865, Mar. 20.U.S. Forces operating from Pensacola Bay. Tri-Monthly Morning Report. DS of John F. Lacey and FS.

 

9. 1865, Mar. 20.U.S. Forces operating from Pensacola Bay. Troop Strength. DS of John F. Lacey.

 

10. 1865, Mar. 20.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 40. Printed. Exchange POWs.

 

11. 1865, Mar. 20.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 41. Printed. 19th Army Corps discontinued.

 

12. 1865, Mar. 20.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 42. Printed. Gibbon to command 24th Army Corps.

 

13. 1865, Mar. 21.G. B. Beach to E. V. Hitch. ALS. Loss of 3 men. Docket: 3/22 NS of T. J. Lucas.

 

14. 1865, Mar. 21.1st Division, U.S. Colored Infantry. Tri-Monthly Field Return. DS of John P. Hawkins.

 

15. 1865, Mar. 21.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of T. J. Lucas and E. V. Hitch.

 

16. 1865, Mar. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 43. Printed. Organization and assignment of 1st and 2nd Battalions of Veteran Reserve Corps.

 

17. 1865, Mar. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 44. Printed. Dept. of Arkansas and Indian Territory transferred to Division of Missouri.

 

18. 1865, Mar. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 45. Printed. Acts of Congress--appropriations for support of army thru June '66, incorporation of national military asylum for totally disabled of the volunteer forces.

 

19. 1865, Mar. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 46. Printed. Release of civilians from parole.

 

20. 1865, Mar. 21.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 47. Printed. Exchanged officers and men to report at parole depots.

 

21. 1865, Mar. 22.D_____ to Gen. Asboth. Copy (official signature illegible). Report of rebels at Blakely and Federal troops at Spanish Fort.

 

22. 1865, Mar. 22.T. J. Lucas to J. F. Lacey. LS. Progress of march, road conditions and rivers.

 

23. 1865, Mar. 23.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 8, s. Alfred Fredberg. Rules for collection of supplies in the field.

 

24. 1865, Mar. 23.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 8. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Copy of #23.

 

25. 1865, Mar. 23.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 16, extract 4, s. Alfred Fredberg. Packages for commanding officers.

 

26. 1865, Mar. 23.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Acknowledgement and transmittal of information.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 6 and 7.A. B. Spurling to A. Asboth. Copy. Rebels at Canoe Station, Blakely, Greenwoods, Mobile, Milton, Fla. and Pollard. Enclosed in #26.

 

28. 1865, Mar. 23.John P. Hawkins to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Repair work on bridge.

 

29. 1865, Mar. 23.John F. Lacey to T. J. Lucas. ANS. Inquires about 3 missing men. ANS of E. V. Hitch on verso.

 

30. 1865, Mar. 23.E. H. Newton to FS. ANS. Wants axes for Hawkins' Pioneer Company.

 

31. 1865, Mar. 24.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. NS. Re: Cooper's Landing.

 

32. 1865, Mar. 24.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 9, s. Alfred Fredberg. Limits animals' grain ration.

 

33. 1865, Mar. 24.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 9. Printed. Same as #32.

 

34. 1865, Mar. 24.[Alex.] Asboth to John F. Lacey. LS. Sending rations and S.O. extracts.

 

35. 1865, Mar. 24.District of West Florida. S.O. No. 71, extract 4. To load Matamoras with provisions Enclosed in #34. Signature illegible.

 

36. 1865, Mar. 24.District of West Florida. S.O. No. 71, extract 5. Signature illegible. Sends tug Nephie after Matamoras.

 

37. 1865, Mar. 24.E. V. Hitch to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Re: Mail.

 

38. 1865, Mar. 24.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 48. Printed. Jefferson and New Albany, Indiana, annexed to Dept. of Kentucky.

Box 4, Folder 49

Correspondence 1865, March 25-31.

 

1. 1865, Mar. 25.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.C. No. 10. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Fatigue parties.

 

2. 1865, Mar. 25.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 11. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Deserters and refugees.

 

3. 1865, Mar. 25.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 11. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Same as #2.

 

3a 1865 Mar 25Same as #2 and 3 above-holograph

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

4. 1865, Mar. 25.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 12. Printed, s. Alfred Fredberg. Report casualties.

 

5. 1865, Mar. 25.M. [Sagendorph?] to J. F. Lacey. ANS. No boat, delayed by fog.

 

6. 1865, Mar. 27.John P. Hawkins to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Requests Cavalry detail for foraging.

 

7. 1865, Mar. 27.T. J. Lucas to J. F. Lacey. LS. Reports engagement of 25th at Cotton Creek, etc. and victory.

 

8. 1865, Mar. 27.A. B. Spurling to John F. Lacey. ALS. Report of special Cavalry expedition into West Florida and South Alabama. Took Andalousia, Ala. and destroyed 2 trains, etc.

 

9. 1865, Mar. 27.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 49. Printed. Command assignments--Humphreys of 2nd Army Corps, Parke of 9th Army Corps, Cox of 23rd Army Corps.

 

10. 1865, Mar. 27.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 50. Printed. Raising flag of U.S. over Ft. Sumter.

 

11. 1865, Mar. 27.War Department - A.G.O. S.O. No. 147, extract 5. Printed, s. E. D. Townsend. Webber mustered out.

 

12. 1865, Mar. 28.J. Lyman to [FS]. ALS. Bad reads, good to Blakely.

 

13. 1865, Mar. 28.Chas. S. McEntee to J. F. Lacey. ANS. Re: Capt. Atkinson.

 

14. 1865, Mar. 28.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 51. Printed. 14th and 20th Army Corps become Army of Georgia, Slocum in command.

 

15. 1865, Mar. 29.C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. NS Arrival at Perdido River.

 

16. 1865, Mar. 30.E. R. S. Canby to FS. [ALS?]. FS to move to intersection of Pensacola-Blakely road.

 

17. 1865, Mar. 30.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 52. Printed. Order re: furnishing tobacco to troops.

 

18. 1865, Mar. 31.1st Division, 13th Army Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of R. G. Curtis and James C. Veatch.

 

19. 1865, Mar. 31.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of Sam'1. B. Ferguson and John P. Hawkins.

 

20. 1865, Mar. 31.T. J. Lucas to J. F. Lacey. ANS. Re: corn.

 

21. 1865, Mar. 31.Lawrence Rhoades to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Wishes to take possession of mill at Stockton, Ala.

 

22. 1865, Mar. 31.2nd Division, 16th Army Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. True copy by J. B. Sample.

 

23. 1865, Mar. 31.2nd Division, 13th Army Corps. Tri-Monthly Report. ADS of George Monroe, s. C. C. Andrews.

 

24. 1865, Mar. 31.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Morning Report. DS of E. O. Hitch and T. J. Lucas. Notes by J. F. Lacey.

 

25. 1865, Mar. 31.Cavalry Forces in the Field, Weatherfords, Ala. [Separate Cavalry Brigade]. DS of E. O. Hitch and T. J. Lucas.

 

26. 1865, Mar. 31.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Return for March. DS of E. O. Hitch and T. J. Lucas. 3/4-19 move from Carrollton to Barrancas, 3/20 to Pensacola, 3/21 move toward Pollard, 3/25 skirmish.

 

27. 1865, Mar. 31.Separate Cavalry Brigade. Tri-Monthly Field Return. DS of T. J. Lucas.

 

28. 1865, Mar. 31.U.S. Forces operating from Pensacola Bay. Tri-Monthly Report. DS of John F. Lacey and FS.

 

29. 1865, Mar. 31.War Department - A.G.O. G.O. No. 53. Printed. Nicodemus restored to rank.

 

30. [1865, Mar.?].C. C. Andrews to John F. Lacey. ALS. Near Canoe Station, needs forage.

 

31. 1865, Mar.[C. C.] Andrews to FS. Message, copy by E. P. Adams. 12:30 p.m. Dinner invitation.

 

32a. [1865, Mar.?].John P. Hawkins to J. F. Lacey. ALS. Work on roads.

 

32b. [1865, Mar.].Sam'1. A. Reed to S. B. Ferguson. ANS. Ammunition.

 

33. [1865, Mar.?].2nd Division, 13th Army Corps and 1st Division, U. S. Colored Troops. Tri-Monthly Field Return.

Box 4, Folder 49a

Maps [1865, March].

 

1. Military Map No. 54 1/2. Printed with pencilled notations. Mobile, Pensacola and Choctawhatchee Bays.

 

2. Detail: Blakely March. Hand executed. Bon Secours Bay N. to Blakely.

 

3. March to Blakely, overlay detail. Hand executed. Spanish Fort N. to Clayborne and E. to Pollard.

 

4. Field Sketch, Pendacola to Blakely. Hand executed in pencil and ink.

 

5. Sketch or tracing. Hand executed in pencil. [Pensacola and Mobile Bays].

Box 4, Folder 50

Correspondence 1865, April 1-4.

 

1. 1865, Apr. 1.1st Division, U.S. Colored Troops. Consolidate Tri-monthly field return, s. John P. Hawkins.

 

2. 1865, Apr. 1.U. S. Forces Operating from Pensacola Bay. Consolidate Tri-Monthly Field Return, s. FS.

 

3. 1865, Apr. 2.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 13, s. Alfred Fredberg. Graiu ration for animals.

 

4. 1865, Apr. 2.Printed copy of #3, s. Alfred Fredberg.

 

5. 1865, Apr. 2.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 14, s. Alfred Fredberg. Tobacco rations.

 

6. 1865, Apr. 2.Printed copy of #5.

 

7. 1865, Apr. 2.M. D. McAlister to A. H. Burnham. ANS. Report to FS.

 

8. 1865, Apr. 2.James C. Veatch to FS. ALS. Moving command.

 

9. 1865, Apr. 3.P. Jos. Osterhaus to G. M. L. Johnson. Copy s. C. T. Christense. To move brigade to Gibley's Mills, etc.

 

10. 1865, Apr. 3.P. Jos Osterhaus to [T. J. Lucas?]. Copy, s. C. T. Christensen. Instructions for troop movement.

 

11. 1865, Apr. 3.P. Jos Osterhaus to A. J. Smith. Copy s. C. T. Christensen. Troop movements.

 

12. 1865, Apr. 3.P. Jos. Osterhaus to FS. LS. Reinforcements, Veatch and Garrard.

 

13. 1865, Apr. 3.P. Jos Osterhaus to K. Garrard. Copy s. C. T. Christensen. Instructions. Enclosed in #12.

 

14. 1865, Apr. 3.W. F. Warren to [J. F. Lacey.] [ANS]. Steamer loaded with troops.

 

15. 1865, Apr. 4.C. C. Andrews to John P. Lacey. LS. An advance.

 

16. 1865, Apr. 4.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 15, s. Alfred Fredberg. Wagons.

 

17. 1865, Apr. 4.Printed copy of #16, s. Alfred Fredberg.

 

18. 1865, Apr. 4.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 24, s. Alfred Fredberg. Details 31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry.

 

19. 1865, Apr. 4.A. H. Burnham to FS. ALS. Report of reconnoitering party.

 

20. 1865, Apr. 4.E. R. S. Canby to FS. Tel. Open fire on Spanish Fort.

 

21. 1865, Apr. 4.E. R. S. Canby to FS. Tel. Artillery.

 

22. 1865, Apr. 4.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Guard telegraph office.

 

23. 1865, Apr. 4.J. Lyman to [F. Moore]. ANS with ANS of F. [Moore]. Cavalry squadron.

 

24. 1865, Apr. 4.P. J. Osterhaus to FS. Tel. Re: reserves in case of attack.

 

25. 1865, Apr. 4.Jas. Totten to FS. Tel. Artillery horses.

Box 4, Folder 51

Correspondence 1865, April 5-9.

 

1. [1865, Apr. 5.].E. P. Adams. Signed message 6 p.m. Steamers Magnolia and Nashville.

 

2. 1865, Apr. 5.Army and Division of West Mississippi. G.F.O. No. 16, s. Alfred Fredberg. Tent allowance.

 

3. 1865, Apr. 5.Printed copy of #2.

 

4. 1865, Apr. 5.Army and Division of West Mississippi. S.F.O. No. 25, extract 2, s. Alfred Fredberg. Quarter master and Commissary supplies at Stark's Landing.

 

5. 1865, Apr. 5.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Artillery.

 

6. 1865, Apr. 5.S. M. Eaton to FS. NS. Sending estimate of enemy forces at Blakely, Spanish Fort, etc.

 

7. 1865, Apr. 5.John P. Hawkins to J. F. Lacey. ANS. Fortifications.

 

8. 1865, Apr. 5.J. C. Kinney to [J. F.] Lacey. ANS. Lookout, Steamers on river 6 p.m.

 

9. 1865, Apr. 5.Wm. A. Pile to Samuel B. Ferguson. LS. Fire along enemy works. ANS of John P. Hawkins on verso, same date.

 

10. [1865, Apr. 5?].[C. G.] Sawtelle to FS. Signal message, s. copy s. J. C. Kinney. 8:45 p.m. River transports.

 

11. 1865, Apr. 5.FS to Jas. Totten. ANS. Artillerists.

 

12. 1865, Apr. 5.Jas. Totten to FS. Tel. Rice is artillery chief.

 

13. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Arrival of 30 pounder.

 

14. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Selma pilots, communications.

 

15. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Artillery positioned.

 

16. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Route for supply trains.

 

17. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Artillery horses.

 

18. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Artillery.

 

19. 1865, Apr. 6.C. T. Christensen to FS. Tel. Loading details.

 

20. 1865, Apr. 6.W. G. Fuller to [?]. ANS. Reports despatch from Sheridan to Grant--has enemy in retreat, thinks Lee will surrender. Note 4/7--Lee's army surrendered.

 

21. 1865, Apr. 6.George H. Porter. Letter by D.B.N. to FS. A pension applic